Jackson Hole Mountain Guides Hiring an Operations Manager

ABOUT JHMG
Established in 1968, JHMG is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected guide services. JHMG’s mission is to provide our guests with an authentic, challenging and rewarding outdoor experience. Our philosophy is simple: enrich people’s lives by providing exceptional service and unforgettable experiences. Based in Jackson, WY, JHMG operates in five states – Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Idaho –under numerous federal and state contracts and permits, including those administered by Grand Teton National Park; Bridger-Teton, Custer, and Shoshone National Forests; Red Rock Canyon National Recreation Area; Moab and Monticello BLM; City of Rocks National Preserve; and Eldorado Canyon State Park. JHMG’s activities include summer and winter mountaineering, rock climbing classes and guided climbs, skiing, ice climbing, canyoneering and avalanche classes.

POSITION
The Operations Manager will report to and work collaboratively with the General Manager in leading the continuing professionalism and growth of Jackson Hole Mountain Guides to deliver on its long-term vision. Specifically, he/she will ensure that JHMG’s fiscal, operations, marketing, human resource, technology, and programmatic systems are effectively implemented across all segments of the company.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Reporting to the General Manager, the Operations Manager is responsible for the operational excellence and financial success of the company. The Operations Manager will be a relentless advocate for the vision, mission and fiscal performance of Jackson Hole Mountain Guides.

DETAILS
Inquiries must be made in writing and sent to rob@jhmg.com and dan@jhmg.com. Serious inquiries only. Please include cover letter and resume. For more information on this position, please download the PDF by clicking here. Position not yet filled.

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