Climbers on the wall on Yosemite Trip in 2017

Paradox Sports

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Jobs 2020-01-31T16:49:53+00:00

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Thanks for your interest in working with Paradox Sports! If there are no current job openings, you are still invited to submit a letter of interest and resume to info@paradoxsports.org at any time.

On-the-Job Training Opportunities

Part-Time Adaptive Climbing Coordinator – Seattle, WA

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November 5, 2019
In partnership with Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA) and Seattle Vertical World, Paradox Sports will provide 300 hours of on-the-job (OTJ) training for Veterans with disabilities. This OTJ program provides an opportunity to develop skills to help launch a career in the adaptive sports and/or climbing industry, or create a pathway to volunteerism in support other Veterans with disabilities. Trainees will assist in developing and delivering adaptive climbing opportunities. Per DSUSA funding requirements, this position must be filled by a Veteran who has a permanent physical disability and is in good standing.

Part-Time Adaptive Climbing Coordinator – Oklahoma City

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January 8, 2020
In partnership with Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA) and Threshold Climbing Gym, Paradox Sports will provide 300 hours of on-the-job (OTJ) training for Veterans with disabilities. This OTJ program provides an opportunity to develop skills to help launch a career in the adaptive sports and/or climbing industry, or create a pathway to volunteerism in support other Veterans with disabilities. Trainees will assist in developing and delivering adaptive climbing opportunities. Per DSUSA funding requirements, this position must be filled by a Veteran who has a permanent physical disability and is in good standing.

Part-Time Adaptive Climbing Coordinator – San Diego, CA

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January 8, 2020
In partnership with Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA) and Mesa Rim Climbing Centers, Paradox Sports will provide 300 hours of on-the-job (OTJ) training for Veterans with disabilities. This OTJ program provides an opportunity to develop skills to help launch a career in the adaptive sports and/or climbing industry, or create a pathway to volunteerism in support other Veterans with disabilities. Trainees will assist in developing and delivering adaptive climbing opportunities. Per DSUSA funding requirements, this position must be filled by a Veteran who has a permanent physical disability and is in good standing.
There are no other job opportunities at this time.