Overview

Job Description:

The La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians is seeking candidates for multiple Zipline Adventure Guide positions. The primary responsibilities of the position are to ensure guest safety, generate excitement, and create an unforgettable experience for each customer. Adventure Guides will report to the Zipline Operations Manager with general oversight from the Tribal Administrator and La Jolla Tribal Council.

 

Duties:

§  Execute daily opening and closing procedures of zipline course

§  Conduct complete inspections of all course components and gear

§  Ensure the highest level of customer safety is maintained at all times

§  Provide orientation to each tour group

§  Assist with zipline course maintenance efforts

§  Maintain clear communication staff and supervisor

§  Assist where needed per Manager

 

Qualifications:

§  Customer service and tourism industry experience

§  General knowledge of the Southern California region

§  First Aid knowledge and training

 

Skills:

§  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills – verbal and written

§  Ability to understand and execute detailed instructions

§  Ability to handle stressful situations calmly and effectively

§  Friendly, energetic attitude

§  Reliable and punctual

§  Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply

 

Salary:  DOE

Position:   Full Time / Part Time (including weekends and holidays)

 

Applications should be submitted at the La Jolla Tribal Hall or resumes can be emailed to chad.gutierrez@lajolla-nsn.gov.  Closing Date: May 20,2019.

 

Indian Preference Policy: In accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (25 USC 472), preference in filling this vacancy will be given to qualified Indian candidates who present proof of eligibility for Indian Preference. Verification on BIA Form 5-4432 or from Tribal ID card must be provided with the application.

 

Notice of Drug Free Workplace Requirements

The La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians is committed to maintaining a drug free working environment and to comply with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of  1998, 45CFR, part 76, subpart F. The interested candidate must be able to pass a drug-screening test and maintain a drug free and professional working environment.