Employment

We're always on the lookout for awesome people to join our team as we work to make HRCA a great organization for all our members.

Hiring Immediately for Cooking Instructor, Therapeutic Recreation Specialist and Lifeguards. Apply Today!

Key Application Information

  • Click on an opening below to learn more about a specific job and apply.
  • All jobs listed require a pre-employment drug screen and background check.
  • Any problems or have comments or questions, contact Susan Roth at [email protected].

Current Openings

Administration

Community Improvement Services Technician

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Community Improvement Services Department of HRCA has an opening for a part-time technician. Variable shifts available Monday - Friday between 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Primary responsibility will be performing inspections throughout the community and doing related follow-ups. EOE

Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age. Must be comfortable working with computers. Must be organized and possess excellent customer service skills. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. Valid driver’s license and current MVR required.

Salary: Pay starts at $20.00/hour


Administration

Senior Staff Accountant

Job Type: Full Time

Description: The Highlands Ranch Community Association has an opening for a Senior Staff Accountant. The Senior Staff Accountant is responsible for crucial accounting functions ensuring the integrity of all supporting systems, assisting with forecasting, financial statement reporting and schedule for audit support. The Senior Staff Accountant reports to the Accounting Manager. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, balance sheet and bank statement reconciliation, journal entries, AR collection and aging analysis, maintain an amortization schedule for prepaid and deferred revenues, backup for AP/AR, Fixed Asset, book reporting and credit card processing, year-end audit related paperwork, annual budget and financial statement preparation, including forecasting trends, and other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Must have knowledge of GAAP accounting principles and practices, strong organization skills, attention to detail, and good communication skills. Ability to organize and perform various accounting assignments, and to concisely express summaries and conclusions in written and oral formats. Must demonstrate team orientation and ability to establish positive working relationships with Accounting staff and both internal and external stakeholders. Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Demonstrates and holds others accountable for organizational values of communication, quality, innovation and collaboration. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. Three (3) to five (5) years’ accounting experience, including creating complex journal entries, analysis of accounting and analyzing and understanding organization-wide budgets. Auditing, reporting and non-profit experience preferred. Experience with accounting and budgeting software. Experience with NetSuite and PBCS software applications a plus. Proficient with MS Office and Window applications. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: Starting pay is $28.85 per hour


Aquatics

Swim Coach

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing high level, structured workouts to age group programs, giving stroke correction and technique training to age group swimmers 5-30 participants, ensuring a safe swimming environment for all involved in the program, providing excellent customer service and working with other coaches to maintain and improve our high quality age group programs.

Requirements: A background in competitive swimming is required with 2 years of previous age group coaching experience desired. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. EOE

Salary: Rate of pay starts at $12.55 and is dependent on qualifications and experience.


Aquatics

Swim Instructors

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Responsible for instructing participants of all ages and skill levels to improve their swimming ability and water skills in a constructive, safe and enjoyable environment. Examples of duties include organizing lesson plans, teaching in-water swimming skills, maintaining written progression reports and producing final report cards to discuss with parents of participants on a monthly basis. Previous experience working with children and a competitive swim background is helpful. EOE

Requirements: Must be a minimum of 16 years of age. Good customer service and organizational skills are required. Scheduling requirements may include working evenings and/or Saturdays. Must possess a positive attitude and be able to relate to children of all ages. Swimming a competent freestyle and backstroke for 50 yards is required. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. Employment opportunities at HRCA are not guaranteed and depend on a successful completion of a certification course.

Salary: Rate of pay starts $12.32 per hour


Aquatics

Lifeguards

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Are you a swimmer looking for flexible hours in a fun environment? We are currently accepting applications for year round employment. Immediate need for opening, morning, daytime hours. EOE

Requirements: You must be a minimum of 16 years of age. You must be able to swim 200 yards, tread water without the use of your hands for one minute and retrieve a ten pound brick from a depth of eight feet. Employment opportunities at HRCA may be available, but not guaranteed, after successful completion of a certification course. Must pass pre-employment background check and drug screen. Starting pay $12.32 up to $12.80 per hour, depending on qualifications.

Salary: Starting pay $12.32 up to $12.80 per hour, depending on qualifications.

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Aquatics

Summer Swim Team Head Coach

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Responsibilities include managing all aspects of a summer swim team. These duties include, but are not limited to, supervising practices and swim meets, prepare meet entries, all communication with swimmers, parents and staff, while ensuring a safe swimming environment for all involved in the program. Be the information source for swimmers, parents and staff throughout the season. Responsible for the scheduling and supervision of the Swim Team Coaches to maintain and improve our high quality summer swim team program. Establish a balance between the competitive and recreational aspects for all participants in the Summer Swim Team Program.

Requirements: Must be a minimum age of 21 years of age. A background in competitive swimming is required with 2 years of previous age group coaching experience desired. Must be able to time manage and work independently. Must be able to work extensively between late May-late July with some hours possible between late March to May. Must have ability to attend weekday daytime and evening practices as well as Saturday home and away meets. Should have experience developing weekly/daily workouts, monitoring swimmers progression and comfortable in all forms of professional communication when interacting with swimmers, parents and staff. Should have solid background in all aspects of running swim meets. Coaching certification with USA Swimming or ASCA helpful but not required. Must be familiar with Meet Manager and TeamUnify software systems. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. EOE

Salary: Starting rate of pay is $16.25


Arts and Education

Summer Camp Leader

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The HRCA Art and Education Department has openings for part-time seasonal Summer Camp Leaders. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, leading groups of school age children in various recreational and educational activities, supervising groups and facilitating their daily schedules, monitoring children in the pool and on excursions, interacting with children, parents and staff in a professional manner and ensuring Human Services Rules and Regulations are being followed. EOE

Requirements: Must be able to supply proof of education and experience at the time of interview and those requirements are: • Must be 18 years of age • Must be able to supply proof of one of the following scenarios (including official transcripts and letters from previous employers stating hours worked): 1. 2 years of college training and 3 months (480 hours) of verifiable experience working with 4 or more school age children. 2. Must have 6 months full time (960 hours) verifiable experience working with 4 or more school age children. Must possess strong customer service and interpersonal skills with the ability to work well with children. Ability to lift items 10 to 25 lbs. Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Rate of pay starts at $12.32-$13/hr. Ability to attend staff trainings from May 24-28. Program runs from June 1-August 6, 2021.

Salary: Rate of pay starts at $12.32 - $13.00

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Arts and Education

Cooking Instructor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The HRCA Youth Department has an opening for a part-time cooking instructor. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating and facilitating personalized cooking programs, working one on one with students to prepare and assist students in developing not only a familiarity but comfort and proficiency in the subject. EOE

Requirements: Must have an interest in culinary arts and two to three years working with children. Different culinary art experiences will be considered. Hours vary. Must have the ability to work in the late afternoons and evenings during the school year and days during the summer. Must possess strong customer service and interpersonal skills. Ability to lift items 10 to 25 lbs. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: Rate of pay ranges from $15.59- $17.71/hr


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Wrangler

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area strives to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. Wranglers are responsible for the daily care of the trail horses, guiding guests on trail rides through the beautiful Backcountry, and the overall safety of our guests. This position averages 10-39 hours per week. Typical shifts include horse care and mucking, tacking, and guiding guest or camp groups on the trail. Typical work days are weekday evenings, weekends, and holidays. This position starts mid-May and goes through early September (there is some flexibility to start this position early and/or end early). HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: • Candidates must be 16 years of age or older • Applicants must have experience in riding and horse care • Must be proficient at saddling, feeding, watering, and grooming horses, as well as have the ability to do ground maintenance • Experience working with kids is a plus • Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large • Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds • Ability to work in a busy environment with many distractions • Current First Aid and CPR certifications required, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment No housing is available Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Salary: $12.32/hour plus tips All applications require a resume and cover letter. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

Salary: $12.32/per hour, plus tips

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Backcountry Wilderness Area

Equine Leader

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area strives to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. This position is responsible for planning, teaching, and coordinating both private and group horseback riding lessons, as well as facilitating basic horsemanship classes, pony programs, and more. This position is responsible for assisting with summer camps, horse care (including feeding, mucking, and watering), coordinating lesson times with other instructors, and communicating with clients. The Equine Leader is responsible for overseeing horse programs in the absence of the Equine Supervisor and the Camp Director. This is a summer, seasonal position and typical days for this position are: Sunday – Thursday, or Tuesday – Saturday, with varying start/stop times. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: • Candidates must be 21 years of age or older. • At least three years horse care and riding experience is required. • Previous experience teaching horseback riding lessons is required. • Must have an interest in, respect for, and ability to work with children. • Ability to adapt lesson plans and instructions to meet a wide variety of learners. • Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large. • Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds. • Current First Aid and CPR certifications, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment. No housing is available. Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Salary: $14.80—$16.00/hour depending on qualifications and experience All applications require a resume and cover letter. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

Salary: $14.80—$16.00/hour depending on qualifications and experience


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Before and After Camp Counselor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area’s mission is to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. Camp Backcountry accomplishes this through teaching scientific inquiry in a collaborative and fun outdoor setting. Located at 5,920 feet in the heart of the Front Range, our 8,200-acre campus—featuring an outdoor amphitheater, outdoor “classrooms,” a free play area with natural playscapes, archery range, horse corrals, and barnyard critters—serves as the ultimate learning environment. Camp Backcountry offers programs that provide a balance of hands-on science, field-based exploration, team building, and adventure. In order to accommodate parent’s work schedules, we offer early drop-off and late pick-up options for camp. Before and After Care allows campers time to eat their breakfast, build forts, tend to our chickens and other barnyard critters, play games, do simple arts and crafts projects, and wind down from the day. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and teaching age appropriate activities and games at our Base Camp. Before and After Camp Counselors are responsible for supervising up to 30 children each day and actively interacting with and engaging campers. Counselors are the primary caregivers for campers and are also responsible for guiding children in their personal growth. Counselors are responsible for checking campers in and out for the day, maintaining high standards of health and safety, set up and clean-up of all before and after camp activities, and following all camp policies. This position averages 10-25 hours per week. Before Care programming begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 9 a.m. and After Care programming begins at 4 p.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Before and After Care counselors may be scheduled for before care, after care, or a split shift doing both. Please indicate your preference in your cover letter. This position starts May 24th and ends in early August when schools start. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: • Candidates must be 18 years of age or older • Must have an interest in, respect for, and ability to work with children • Have a passion for nature and outdoor recreation • Ability to adapt lesson plans and instructions to meet a wide variety of learners • Ability to supervise and be responsible for the health and safety of up to 30 children each day • Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large • Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds • Ability to work in a busy environment with many distractions • Previous childcare experience preferred. Candidates with prior childcare experience will be asked to provide verification of up to 1,040 hours of previous experience working with school-age children in a formal capacity • Current First Aid and CPR certifications required, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment • Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Applicants 21 years of age or older may be required to drive the 15 passenger camp vans. • Must attend the mandatory staff training May 24 through May 27, 2020 Staff cannot take more than five days of time off during Camp. Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Salary: $12.32-$13.10/hour depending on qualifications and experience All applications require a resume and cover letter. The first review of applications will begin in January of 2021, however applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.  

Salary: $12.32-13.10/hour depending on qualifications


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Preschool Program Instructor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area strives to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. Located at 5,920 feet in the heart of the Front Range, our 8,200-acre campus—featuring an outdoor amphitheater, outdoor “classrooms,” a free play area with natural playscapes, archery range, horse corrals, and barnyard critters—serves as the ultimate learning environment. All of our preschool age programs allow children to connect with their senses, each other, and nature within a safe, exploratory space. Eco Explorers—our predominant preschool program—is an active, fun-filled outdoor discovery class for preschoolers. Each four-week session is themed and will include nature play, storytime, hands-on science lessons, short exploratory hikes, nature-based arts and crafts, and a meet-and-greet with live animals. The Preschool Program Instructor is responsible for planning, teaching, implementing, and overseeing the Eco Explorers preschool program throughout the summer, with possible options to continue working with the BWA in the fall and spring. Preschool Program Instructors are responsible for supervising up to 12 children and actively interacting with and engaging children at all times. The Preschool Program Instructor is responsible for checking children in and out for the day, maintaining high standards of health and safety, and set up and clean up of all activities. This position averages 6-12 hours per week. Preschool Programs run from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m each Wednesday and Thursday June 9th-July 29th. This position will also have opportunities to work other programs with the BWA. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: Candidates must be 18 years of age or older. Must have an interest in, respect for, and ability to work with young children. Previous experience working with preschool aged children is strongly preferred. Have a passion for nature and the outdoors. Ability to plan, coordinate, and teach age appropriate lessons, activities, arts and crafts, and games related to each session’s theme. Ability to adapt lesson plans and instructions to meet a wide variety of learners. Knowledge of wildlife and basic ecological principles is preferred Ability to supervise and be responsible for the health and safety of up to 12 children each day. Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large. Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds. Current First Aid and CPR certifications required, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Must attend the mandatory staff training May 18 through May 22, 2020. Must pass pre-employment background check and drug screen. EOE

Salary: $12.69 -$16.00/hour depending on qualifications


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Horse Camp Counselor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area’s mission is to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. Camp Backcountry accomplishes this through teaching scientific inquiry in a collaborative and fun outdoor setting. Located at 5,920 feet in the heart of the Front Range, our 8,200-acre campus—featuring an outdoor amphitheater, outdoor “classrooms,” a free play area with natural playscapes, archery range, horse corrals, and barnyard critters—serves as the ultimate learning environment. Camp Backcountry offers programs that provide a balance of hands-on science, field-based exploration, team building, and adventure. All Horse Camp sessions are based on a theme including, but not limited to, trail riding, obstacle riding, horse health, and barnyard animals. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and teaching age appropriate lessons, activities, and games related to the weekly theme. Horse Camp counselors are responsible for supervising up to 12 children each day and actively interacting with and engaging campers during all Camp Backcountry programs. Counselors are the primary caregivers for campers and are also responsible for guiding children in their personal growth. Counselors are responsible for checking campers in and out for the day, maintaining high standards of health and safety, set up and clean-up of all camp activities, and following all camp policies and procedures. Horse Camp counselors are also responsible for assisting with the basic care of and safety for all of our horses. This position averages approximately 40 hours per week. Camp programming begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. A typical work day is from 8:50 a.m. to 4:10 p.m., however Horse Camp staff may be scheduled anytime between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. This position starts May 24th and ends in early August when schools start. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: • Candidates must be 18 years of age or older • Must have an interest in, respect for, and ability to work with children • Ability to plan, coordinate, and teach age appropriate lessons, activities, and games related to each weekly theme • Must have ability and knowledge of duties pertaining to the care of horses including, but not limited to, feeding, watering, and basic injury care • Experience with Western and English riding is strongly preferred • Must have basic knowledge of—or willingness to learn—topics including, but not limited to, horse breeds and anatomy, horse health, care of other domestic animals, predator prey relationships, and animal adaptations • Ability to adapt lesson plans and instructions to meet a wide variety of learners • Ability to supervise and be responsible for the health and safety of up to 12 children each day • Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large • Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds • Ability to work in a busy environment with many distractions • Previous childcare experience preferred. Candidates with prior childcare experience will be asked to provide verification of up to 10,40 hours of previous experience working with school-age children in a formal capacity • Current First Aid and CPR certifications required, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment • Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Applicants 21 years of age or older will be required to drive the 15 passenger camp vans. • Must attend the mandatory staff training May 24 through May 27, 2021 Staff cannot take more than five days off during camp. Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Salary: $12.32—$13.50/hour depending on qualifications and experience All applications require a resume and cover letter. The first review of applications will begin in January of 2021, however applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Salary: $12.32-13.50/hour depending on qualifications


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Art Camp Counselor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area’s mission is to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. Camp Backcountry accomplishes this through teaching scientific inquiry in a collaborative and fun outdoor setting. Located at 5,920 feet in the heart of the Front Range, our 8,200-acre campus—featuring an outdoor amphitheater, outdoor “classrooms,” a free play area with natural playscapes, archery range, horse corrals, and barnyard critters—serves as the ultimate learning environment. Camp Backcountry offers programs that provide a balance of hands-on science, field-based exploration, team building, and adventure. All Art Camp sessions are based on a theme including, but not limited to, land art, painting, clay, metal work, and use of upcycled materials. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and teaching age appropriate art projects related to the weekly theme. Art Camp Counselors are responsible for supervising up to 12 children each day and actively interacting with and engaging campers during all Camp Backcountry programs. Counselors are the primary caregivers for campers and are also responsible for guiding children in their personal growth. Counselors are responsible for checking campers in and out for the day, maintaining high standards of health and safety, set up and clean-up of all camp activities, and following all camp policies and procedures. This position averages approximately 40 hours per week for a total of 1 week of training and 3 weeks of camp. There is potential to combine this position with one of our other Camp Backcountry positions for more hours the weeks we do not have art camp. If you are interested in this, please note specifics in your cover letter. Camp programming begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. A typical work day is from 8:50 a.m. to 4:10 p.m., however Art Camp staff may be scheduled anytime between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. This position starts May 24th and ends in early August when schools start. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: • Candidates must be 18 years of age or older • Must have an interest in, respect for, and ability to work with children • Have experience with and interest in working with a variety of art mediums • Ability to plan, coordinate, and teach age appropriate lessons, activities, and games related to each weekly theme • Ability to adapt lesson plans and instructions to meet a wide variety of learners • Interest in nature and the outdoors • Ability to supervise and be responsible for the health and safety of up to 12 children each day • Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large • Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds • Ability to work in a busy environment with many distractions • Previous childcare experience preferred. Candidates with prior childcare experience will be asked to provide verification of up to 1,040 hours of previous experience working with school-age children in a formal capacity • Current First Aid and CPR certifications required, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment • Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Applicants 21 years of age or older will be required to drive the 15 passenger camp vans. • Must attend the mandatory staff training May 24 through May 27, 2021 Staff cannot take more than five days of time off during Camp. Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Salary: $12.32—$13.50/hour depending on qualifications and experience All applications require a resume and cover letter. The first review of applications will begin in January of 2021, however applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Salary: $12.32-13.50/hour depending on qualifications


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Nature Camp Counselor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Backcountry Wilderness Area’s mission is to improve wildlife habitat, inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors for all. Camp Backcountry accomplishes this through teaching scientific inquiry in a collaborative and fun outdoor setting. Located at 5,920 feet in the heart of the Front Range, our 8,200-acre campus—featuring an outdoor amphitheater, outdoor “classrooms,” a free play area with natural playscapes, archery range, horse corrals, and barnyard critters—serves as the ultimate learning environment. Camp Backcountry offers programs that provide a balance of hands-on science, field-based exploration, team building, and adventure. All Nature Camp sessions are based on a theme including, but not limited to, forest ecology, high desert ecology, geology, entomology, weather and climate, and wilderness survival skills. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and teaching age appropriate lessons, activities, and games related to the weekly theme. Nature Camp Counselors are responsible for supervising up to 20 children each day and actively interacting with and engaging campers during all Camp Backcountry programs. Counselors are the primary caregivers for campers and are also responsible for guiding children in their personal growth. Counselors are responsible for checking campers in and out for the day, maintaining high standards of health and safety, set up and clean-up of all camp activities, and following all camp policies and procedures. This position averages approximately 40 hours per week. Camp programming begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. A typical work day is from 8:50 a.m. to 4:10 p.m., however Nature Camp staff may be scheduled anytime between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., with the possibility of an occasional overnight. This position starts May 24th and ends in early August when schools start. HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: • Candidates must be 18 years of age or older • Must have an interest in, respect for, and ability to work with children • Have a passion for nature and outdoor recreation • Ability to plan, coordinate, and teach age appropriate lessons, activities, and games related to each weekly theme • Ability to adapt lesson plans and instructions to meet a wide variety of learners • Knowledge of basic ecological principles and environmental issues • Ability to supervise and be responsible for the health and safety of up to 16 children each day • Strong work ethic and motivation to contribute positively to the Backcountry Wilderness Area at large • Strong communication skills with ability to effectively interact with people of all backgrounds • Ability to work in a busy environment with many distractions • Previous childcare experience preferred. Candidates with prior childcare experience will be asked to provide verification of up to 1,040 hours of previous experience working with school-age children in a formal capacity • Current First Aid and CPR certifications required, or ability to obtain before the first day of employment • Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Applicants 21 years of age or older will be required to drive the 15 passenger camp vans. • Must attend the mandatory staff training May 24 through May 27, 2021 Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Staff cannot take more than five days of time off during Camp. Salary: $12.32—$13.50/hour depending on qualifications and experience All applications require a resume and cover letter. The first review of applications will begin in January of 2021, however applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

Salary: $12.32-13.50/hour depending on qualifications


Backcountry Wilderness Area

Backcountry General Maintenance Specialist

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Highlands Ranch Community Association is looking for a Backcountry Wilderness Area Maintenance Specialist. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assist in general upkeep and maintenance of Backcountry amenities; including but not limited to: 14 miles of natural surface trails, signs, gates, archery range, parking lots, fencing, horse pastures, livestock areas, program areas, storage sheds, vehicles, tractors, ATV’s, UTV’s, equipment, tools, and more. Mowing, trimming, landscape work, vegetation management, sawing. Operate stand up mowers, handheld trimmers, hand tools, trucks, ATV’s and UTV’s. Tool and equipment maintenance. Assist with monitoring the archery range and checking for passes. Trail maintenance and rule enforcement on 14 miles of natural surface trails. Volunteer management, training, and supervision of volunteers and projects. As well as other duties and projects as assigned.

Requirements: Must have an enthusiasm and passion for the outdoors. Ability to perform maintenance tasks, willing to work with hands and perform manual labor. Skilled in operating and maintaining four-wheel drive vehicles, ATV’s, weed whips, chainsaws, table saws and other hand and power tools. Must be organized, able to multi-task and ability to send and receive emails and text messages. Ability to work and accomplish tasks independently and without supervision. Ability to read and interpret documents such as management plans, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. CPR/First Aid certified or ability to obtain. Ability to respond and perform effectively in emergency situations. Must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Must pass pre-employment background check and drug screen. EOE

Salary: Pay range is $14.80 - $17.00


Facilities

Guest Services

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Performs a variety of duties to meet the needs of members utilizing the recreational facilities. Examples of duties include monitoring and greeting members entering the facilities, equipment checkout and upkeep and supervision of the fitness area. EOE.

Requirements: This position requires a commitment of 3 shifts per week (including 1 weekend day). Immediate need for daytime, opening, morning shift hours 5:45 am - 12 noon. Minimum age requirement is 16. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: $12.32 per hour

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Fitness

Fitness Coach

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Responsible for planning and conducting a safe and effective high-intensity, circuit style, team training class for participants to include, but not limited to, cardiovascular endurance, muscle conditioning, and interval training. EOE.

Requirements: Must possess a nationally recognized current group exercise certification or personal trainer certification and current CPR/First Aid certifications. Must be able to teach early morning and/or evening classes. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: Starting pay $20.52 dependent on experience/certification


Sports

Tennis Professional

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Highlands Ranch Community Association is seeking a Tennis Professional to perform a variety of duties associated with the operation of the HRCA Tennis Program. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, implementing and teaching tennis programs including group and private lessons, leagues, clinics, camps, tournaments and socials. This position is responsible for ensuring the programs and procedures for teaching are in compliance with the recreation program guidelines. Assists in the professional development of Tennis Instructors and Aides.

Requirements: Must have working knowledge of tennis reservation systems and block time as it applies to the delivery of program services. Knowledge of tennis desk procedures, computers and customer service functions. Must possess current concussion certification. USPTA Level 1 or USPTR Professional certification is required. Bachelors’ degree in a related field from an accredited four-year college or university is preferred, or a minimum of 6 years tennis teaching experience. Must pass a background and drug screening. EOE

Salary: Starting pay is $23.45 per hour dependent upon certifications and experience


Sports

Tennis Monitor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: The Highlands Ranch Community Association is looking for a part time Tennis Monitor. The Tennis Monitor performs a variety of registration and check-in duties associated with the operation of the HRCA Tennis Pavilion and the overall tennis program. Maintains a working knowledge of all current HRCA tennis programs, including lessons, leagues, social events and tournaments. Provides customer service by responding positively to customer inquiries and assisting customers in a timely manner. Responsible for accurate day-to-day collection of money tied to point of sale activities and program registration. Provides a prompt, courteous response to all telephone inquiries. Assists the Tennis Specialist in performing clerical duties related to the provision of tennis programming and operation. EOE.

Requirements: Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, both in person and by telephone. Must be able to reason, problem solve, and effectively find solutions when problems occur. Must enjoy heavy contact with the public. Must be at least 16 years of age. Basic computer skills and phone etiquette required. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: $12.32/per hour


Sports

Youth Sports On-Site Supervisor

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Youth Sports On-Site Supervisors needed to work night and weekend hours to provide exceptional customer service in our youth sports programs. Duties include enforcing gym/league rules and working with spectators, coaches, players, officials and other staff members to ensure a safe environment for youth sports participants. This is a part time year-round position. EOE

Requirements: Minimum of 18 years of age preferred. 6 months prior work experience in sports or customer service is preferred. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: Starting is $12.73/hr


Therapeutic Recreation

Therapeutic Recreation Specialist

Job Type: Part Time

Description: Highlands Ranch Community Association is looking for an energetic and empathetic professional to work directly with participants of all ages and abilities, though predominantly children. This part time position requires knowledge of Therapeutic Recreation programs including personal instruction and group classes designed to enhance skills and well-being. Knowledge of adapted programming in the water and on land is desired. Must be people-oriented, flexible and customer service focused. Serve as a liaison between the TR Coordinator and families served through the Therapeutic Recreation program. Work flexible hours which includes some weekend and evening hours, up to 20 hours per week. Provide administrative support and direct service to clientele and properly teach weekly group / private programs. Assist the TR Coordinator with the daily operations of the Therapeutic Recreation program area for HRCA. Enforce all HRCA policies and procedures. EOE.

Requirements: Desired qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation or Recreation with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation from an accredited four-year college or University, NCTRC certification preferred. Experience with people with disabilities, teaching and/or swim and sports coaching preferred. Experience with children and working with volunteers preferred. Must possess current American Red Cross or equivalent First Aid/CPR certification or obtain in 30 days. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Salary: Rate of pay starts $14.90 per hour

To apply save the completed application then click the 'Apply Now' button to submit application, cover letter and resume. For details on the Therapeutic Recreation programs please call [email protected], CTRS, at 303-471-7043.


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Questions? Contact Susan Roth: email or call 303-471-8911.