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Discussion: Job Posting: DontGetLost Adventure Running is hiring!

in: Orienteering; General

May 6, 2016 3:08 AM # 
DontGetLost Adventure Running Careers!

DontGetLost Adventure Running is now hiring for the position of Adventure Running Program Manager, specifically responsible for managing activities for the Adventure Running Kids™ program. Working closely with two other staff, you will take ownership of all aspects of marketing, planning, and execution of the ARK program in several locations. This work will require that you be a highly self-motivated and independent worker, active, fit, and outdoors oriented, and love working with kids of all ages. Prior experience managing similar recreation programs and prior coaching experience, particularly within navigation-based sports, is an asset.

DontGetLost Adventure Running is a Hamilton-based not-for-profit organization known in the running and navigation racing communities for our unique and innovative events and programming. We offer some of the most fun and challenging running and navigation based races along with our ground-breaking Adventure Running Kids™ weeknight programming now offered in 7 communities throughout Ontario's Golden Horseshoe region.

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May 10, 2016 10:29 AM # 
I have had a few questions from people about where this job is located. While DontGetLost Adventure Running is based out of Hamilton, ON we host events and Adventure Running Kids in several communities in southern Ontario's Golden Horsehsoe. So there can be periodic travel in all of this area. Our two other employees are based in Hamilton. A car (ARK mobile) is available for use with the job and the individual will most likely be working with ARK in our Stoney Creek and Halton region (Burlington, Oakville and Milton) locations.
May 17, 2016 1:24 AM # 
Applications accepted until May 23rd (one more week).

oh yeah ARK once had exponential growth. ;-)

but numbers have leveled off at around 1700 kids/year
for last few years.

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