|Salary Details||$3,500 - $3,800 per month|
|Deadline||Jan 01, 2024|
|Required Experience||2 - 6 years|
The Program Manager is a role model and mentor within the High Sierra community, providing daily leadership, administrative support, and management of the High Sierra basecamp and programming. Responsibilities include supervising courses and field staff, ensuring quality training, programming, and community building, and some administrative duties. The Program Manager reports to the High Sierra Program Director and works in collaboration with other High Sierra Program Admin Staff.
Compensation & Schedule
- This is an exempt, seasonal salaried position of approximately 6 months of full-time work, tentatively scheduled April 1st - Sept 30th
- Monthly salary range starting from $3,500 - $3,800, depending on experience
- Rustic housing is provided with access to communal bathrooms and kitchen. Food is also provided during the season
- OBCA offers a competitive benefits package, including comprehensive health insurance with employer contribution, PTO, long-term disability and life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, Employee Assistance Plan (EAP), and 401(k) plan after 1 year from start date
- Pro Deal, the opportunity to purchase outdoor gear at discounted rates
This position is located at our High Sierra program base in Midpines, California, in the Sierra Nevada foothills 30 miles east of Yosemite National Park. High summer temperatures can reach 80-100+ degrees Fahrenheit. The basecamp has a main building with an office, warehouse, and commercial kitchen. Other buildings throughout include administrative and field staff housing and communal areas.
To learn more and apply, visit our website.
Equity and Inclusion Statement
We believe that all people should have safe access to the outdoors and culturally relevant and responsive educational programming. OBCA is also striving to create an equitable and inclusive internal culture where all staff members feel represented and honored for their identities and lived experiences. We examine how power, bias, race and other aspects of identity impact our organization. We work to build a culture where we are always learning and improving toward a vision for equity and belonging for all staff. We are looking for team members who can actively join us in this process. We are also committed to reflecting the diverse communities with whom we work and strongly encourage people of color, LGBTQ+ identifying folks, and women to apply.
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|Category||General / Stewardship, Outdoor Recreation|