Jobs 2018-01-03T19:56:55+00:00


Adventura is a truly unique place to work.

In the Pacific northwest, Adventura is routinely identified as the highest quality adventure park and the industry leader in Corporate Team Building. As a result, we see thousands of customers every year ranging from couples, friends and families, to corporate events of all shapes and sizes. 

We ask a lot of our staff. Our staff are ambassadors of the Adventura brand and that is a big deal. Customers look to our sales representatives, course technicians and facilitators for guidance and support, ambassadorship extends well beyond the work day. Once people know where you work and what you do, they have a lot of questions. This phenomenon connects with our passion and draws people in to the experience.

We train constantly. We expect all staff to make a strong commitment to developing skills and absorbing knowledge about customer care, risk management, technical skills, and the Adventura Philosophy.

Now hiring for the 2018 Season! 

Course Technician

Primary purpose of position: Provide orientation for guests and guide them through various aerial activities while providing a safe, enjoyable, and engaging experience.

Duties and responsibilities: Must be responsible, reliable, and able to take a leadership role. Must have an outgoing personality and be able to comfortably interact with people of all ages.

Education/experience: Applicants should be at least 18 years old and have an interest and/or background in outdoor education/recreation. Applicants who have experience in kinesiology, the adventure park industry, zipline operations, or ACCT certifications I or II will be highly considered.

Special requirements: Daily responsibilities require employees to engage in strenuous activities such as hiking, climbing, and lifting, etc. Must be physically able and willing to perform all tasks and work in all weather conditions. Must be able to work at heights and successfully complete all minimum activity eligibility requirements, technician trainings, and CPR and First Aid training. Must be willing to work weekdays, weekends, and holidays.

Adventura Facilitation

Are you an EBTD facilitator?

Adventura is always on the lookout for talented facilitators. Feel free to reach out to us if you believe you’ve got the skills to facilitate at a corporate workshop level.

Casual Competency is essential for all technical staff. It means knowing every aspect of the course environment, being able to perform any task on a moments notice, and letting their personality shine. Coupled with a sincere passion for helping humans learn about themselves, casual competency is what makes our customers rave about their experience with Adventura.

The personal development of our employees is very important to us. We encourage constant dialog between our employees. We promote lifelong learning and the exchange of knowledge. We offer our employees trainings and a path towards certification, collaboration and networking opportunities, mentoring and coaching, as well as opportunities to develop capabilities through on-the-job challenges. We encourage all of our employees to improve their skills and maximize their potential.

Our aim is to maintain an outstanding working culture and environment that inspires our employees today and in the future.  We’re a family and that means we not only work together and play together, we support one another.

At Adventura, women and men are equally appreciated and encouraged to develop as humans. Our processes are gender-neutral and we actively work to enable a healthy balance of career and personal life.

Practitioner Certification

Certification is the indication that a particular individual has met a certain set of criteria at a given time. ACCT has developed certification standards in order to define certification in the challenge course industry, to the benefit of both the individual holding the certification and the employer looking to assess an applicant’s skills. Certification is the testing and skills verification piece that follows a training.

The Practitioner Certification standards were first published in an addendum to the ACCT standards in June 2007. The standards outline the requirements for Level I, Level II and Challenge Course Manager certification, with tracks of Full Certification, High Course only, Spotted Elements only, and Site/System Specific Certification. They also outline the requirements for practitioner competencies related to the operations standards in every type of certification.

Part of the requirement is a portfolio outlining all of the different kinds of experience that a practitioner has acquired over the years. ACCT has developed a sample portfolio as an excel spreadsheet, if you choose to use it. The spreadsheet has a number of pages, each relating to a different kind of experience and/or education. To download the portfolio, click here.

Certification is intended to be transferable to different courses, with the exception of the Site Specific certification. An individuals’ certificate will also outline any specialty elements on which they have been trained, such as a zip line or climbing tower. Certification does not replace good hiring practices, but complements them.

The certification itself is issued by a challenge course vendor, not ACCT. Certifications from ACCT Professional Vendor Members will indicate that they have been accredited to issue certifications or not.

Job Application

Hiring Process:

All new technical staff will be required to attend a training and certification program regardless of previous experience. Once you have submitted your resume, cover letter, and 3 references via email, we’ll contact you. If you have what we’re looking for; you’ll be invited for an interview, where you will have a chance to get to know us and we’ll have a chance to get to know you.


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