Because people are our most important asset, National Ability Center promotes an environment that facilitates individual and team development while providing opportunities to challenge and advance the goals of our staff while also furthering the collective organization goals.
Our staff is well-educated, with years of experience, professional training and certifications. Instructors with disabilities serve in many aspects of the programs and act as role models for our participants. In addition, our professional staff is augmented with interns from university therapeutic recreation and special education programs as well as adult and Peer Partners who attend experiential training clinics about proper use and maintenance of adaptive equipment and topics relating to individuals with disabilities.
We are continuously looking for knowledgeable individuals who not only possess wide-ranging expertise, but who also share our mission, vision and core values. Our staff is vibrant, genuine and versatile and is what makes the National Ability Center a great place to work. We invite you to learn more about our adaptive recreation jobs, the Natioanal Ability Center workplace and our team.
To apply for positions, please submit application, cover letter and resume to the below email or fax. Please make sure to include the position you are applying to in the subject line.
Current Employment Opportunities:
Universal Program Staff, Part-Time
Equipment and Rental Coordinator
Equestrian Program Equine Schooler
Equestrian Program Equine Schooling Coordinator
Capital Campaign Manager
Challenge Course Coordinator
Equestrian Program Ranch Staff
Equestrian Program Lead Instructor
No Barriers Summit:
Visit our partner, No Barriers, for more information on paid positions supporting the No Barriers Summit, July 9–12, 2015 hosted by the National Ability Center.
As an equal opportunity employer, National Ability Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, and or any other basis protected by law or company policy.