Careers | Sender One Climbing | Los Angeles & Orange County, CA

Careers

We are looking for energetic, passionate people to join our team!

LAX OPEN POSITIONS

Weekend Staff

As a Weekend Events Staff member, on a typical day you will:

  • Connect to guests with a big smile and positive energy;
  • Lead groups of children through icebreaking and team building activities;
  • Guide participants through interactive climbing challenges in Sender City;
  • Manage the inherent risks involved with climbing as guests;
  • Instruct guests on the competent and acceptable use of our equipment and facilities;
  • Take guests on orientation tours and provide information on our offerings;
  • Determine the offering best suited to a guest and get them doing it;
  • Participate in a daily huddle with three to six other front line staff;
  • Inspire participants to attempt and complete new challenges they did not believe they could.

This could be a good job for you if you are someone who:

  • Has a passion for hosting events and working with children and large groups;
  • Has experience working with kids and groups (professionally a plus);
  • Provides excellent customer service;
  • Solves problems and thinks fast on your feet;
  • Likes working in a collaborative environment;
  • Develops new and creative solutions and approaches;
  • Takes initiative and thinks independently;
  • Enjoys climbing and can top rope belay.

Your time commitment to the Sender One team:

  • Work weekends (Sat-Sun);
  • Work at least 12-20 hours per week, with a minimum of two days per week or eight days per month;
  • Attend quarterly staff meetings.

Some perks of being on the Sender One team:

  • Free membership for you and one other (significant other or family member);
  • Free pair of climbing shoes annually;
  • Discounts on retail and gear;
  • Staff-only climb nights and events;
  • Opportunities for growth and learning.
Part-time Front Desk Staff

Sender One is looking for enthusiastic, hard working climbers to join our team. We are looking for Front Desk Staff who want to share their passion for climbing with our guests, making it a welcoming and helpful experience for climbers of all ages.

As a Sender One Front Desk staffer, on a typical day you may:

  • Connect to guests with a big smile and positive energy;
  • Take first time visitors on orientation tours of your Sender One facility;
  • See things from customers’ perspectives and set them up with the offering most suitable for them;
  • Mentor new climbers and staff;
  • Provide instruction, encouragement, corrections, and information to other climbers;
  • Huddle with three to six other front desk staff;
  • Inspire new people to climb;
  • Take on and finish different projects and tasks and learn from them;
  • Manage the inherent risks involved with climbing;
  • Curate experiences and challenges for children and families in Sender City;
  • Monitor and enforce proper use of Sender City elements and equipment;
  • Report any problems or incidents to the on-shift supervisor promptly;
  • Sort, clean, and organize Sender One rental equipment and spaces.

You are someone who:

  • Provides excellent customer service;
  • Solves problems and thinks fast on your feet;
  • Works well in both an individual and a collaborative environment;
  • Develops new and creative solutions;
  • Has a knack for hosting parties;
  • Thinks independently and creatively;
  • Has a passion for working with children;
  • Enjoys facilitating team building events;
  • Functions at a high level in stressful situations;
  • Takes initiative without prompting;
  • Can Lead Climb!

Your time commitment to the Sender One team:

  • Work a minimum of eighteen (18) to twenty (20) hours per week;
  • Work at least one weekend day (Sat-Sun) per week;
  • Attend quarterly staff meetings.

Some perks of being on the Sender One team:

  • Free membership for you and one other (significant other or family member);
  • Free pair of climbing shoes annually;
  • Discounts on retail and gear;
  • Staff-only climb nights and events.
Climbing Team Head Coach

Sender One is seeking a Climbing Team Head Coach to lead our youth climbers and their coaches. A Head Coach should be an experienced climber who can both inspire the youth climbers and  effectively communicate with their parents. Enthusiasm and passion are a must, as well creativity to work with needs of each of our climbers to help them discover new height and reach their full potential.

As the Head Coach of Team Sender One, your responsibilities and duties will be to:

  • Develop and refine a progressive and age-appropriate training curriculum for a competitive youth team of 20-30 athletes;
  • Lead both youth participants and coaches through weekly practices in a way that emphasizes fun, fosters a love of climbing, and supports each team member’s personal development and growth;
  • Providing exemplary customer service to both the parents and kids who participate by empathizing with their viewpoints;
  • Adapt coaching techniques and curriculum based on the needs of the individual students;
  • Offer support, guidance, positive reinforcement, and encouragement to all participants during practices and competitions;
  • Coordinate team community events such as fundraisers, parent meetings, etc.;
  • Regularly check in with the coaches and families to learn from their input and facilitate continual improvement of the team.

You are someone who:

  • Has excellent customer service and communication skills;
  • Solves problems and think fast on your feet;
  • Likes to work collaboratively;
  • Can inspire, motivate, and develop participants and your staff;
  • Has worked with kids professionally;
  • Has extensive climbing experience;
  • Loves to teach!

Your time commitment to the Sender One team:

  • Work twelve (12) to twenty (20) hours per week;
  • Work at least one weekend day (Sat-Sun) each week;
  • Travel and work at competitions in support of your team;
  • Attend weekly Youth Program meetings;
  • Attend quarterly staff meetings.

Some perks of being on the Sender One team:

  • Free membership for you and one other (significant other or family member);
  • Free pair of climbing shoes annually;
  • Discounts on retail and gear;
  • Staff-only climb nights and events;
  • Opportunities for growth and learning.
Youth Programs Coach

Sender One is passionate about educating children and teenagers about climbing! We are seeking a Youth Programs Coach who can manage and connect with youth of all ages, foster enthusiasm, and guide young people to reach their full potential. A Coach should be an individual who can both inspire the youth climbers and relate easily with their parents. Enthusiasm and passion are a must, as well an infectious desire to discover new heights, and connect with the community of climbers!

As a Youth Programs Coach, on a typical day, you may:

  • Instruct and inspire groups of six to twelve kids, ages 6-17, on techniques in Sender One’s training curriculum;
  • Empathize with and provide excellent service to both parents and their children;
  • Adapt and modify coaching techniques when needed to keep your group engaged or address the needs of a particular athlete;
  • Support, guide, positively reinforce, and encourage all Youth Program participants;
  • Help to improve the Youth Program and its offerings, both recreational and competitive.

This could be a good job for you if you are someone who:

 

  • Has experience working with youth, ages 6-17, professionally, as a coach or in camps;
  • Provides excellent customer service;
  • Solves problems and thinks fast on your feet;
  • Likes working collaboratively;
  • Can inspire, motivate, and develop participants;
  • Has climbed consistently for at least the past 2 years, more experience is preferable.  Your climb both indoors and outdoors regularly and frequently.

Your time commitment to the Sender One team:

  • Work at least one weekend day (Sat-Sun) per week.
  • Work six to eight hours per week; a minimum of eight days per month.  As the number of participants in our program grows, the commitment could increase to twelve or more hours per week.
  • Attend quarterly staff meetings.

Some perks of being on the Sender One team:

  • Free membership for you and one other (significant other or family member);
  • Free pair of climbing shoes annually;
  • Discounts on retail and gear;
  • Staff-only climb nights and events;
  • Opportunities for growth and learning.
Yoga Instructor Substitute

As a Yoga Instructor, in a typical class, you’ll need to:

  • Connect to students with a big smile and positive energy;
  • Mentor new yogis and staff by understanding their viewpoints and sharing yours;
  • Provide instruction, encouragement, adjustments, and other information to students;
  • Inspire new people to discover yoga;
  • Manage the inherent risks to your students involved with practicing yoga.

You are someone who:

  • Provides excellent customer service and attentive instruction;
  • Enjoys introducing climbers to yoga and yogis to climbing;
  • Develops new and creative sequences to teach as well as adaptations for each student;
  • Thinks independently and creatively;
  • Climbs!

Your time commitment to the Sender One team:

  • Teach one(1) to three (3) classes per week
  • Create and lead optional yoga workshops (quarterly, biannually, or annually)

Some perks of being on the Sender One team:

  • Can climb free on days they work.

SNA OPEN POSITIONS

Youth Programs Coach

Sender One is passionate about educating children and teenagers about climbing! We are seeking a Youth Programs Coach who can manage and connect with youth of all ages, foster enthusiasm, and guide young people to reach their full potential. A Coach should be an individual who can both inspire the youth climbers and relate easily with their parents. Enthusiasm and passion are a must, as well an infectious desire to discover new heights, and connect with the community of climbers!

As a Youth Programs Coach, on a typical day, you may:

  • Instruct and inspire groups of six to twelve kids, ages 6-17, on techniques in Sender One’s training curriculum;
  • Empathize with and provide excellent service to both parents and their children;
  • Adapt and modify coaching techniques when needed to keep your group engaged or address the needs of a particular athlete;
  • Support, guide, positively reinforce, and encourage all Youth Program participants;
  • Help to improve the Youth Program and its offerings, both recreational and competitive.

This could be a good job for you if you are someone who:

 

  • Has experience working with youth, ages 6-17, professionally, as a coach or in camps;
  • Provides excellent customer service;
  • Solves problems and thinks fast on your feet;
  • Likes working collaboratively;
  • Can inspire, motivate, and develop participants;
  • Has climbed consistently for at least the past 2 years, more experience is preferable.  Your climb both indoors and outdoors regularly and frequently.

Your time commitment to the Sender One team:

  • Work at least one weekend day (Sat-Sun) per week.
  • Work six to eight hours per week; a minimum of eight days per month.  As the number of participants in our program grows, the commitment could increase to twelve or more hours per week.
  • Attend quarterly staff meetings.

Some perks of being on the Sender One team:

  • Free membership for you and one other (significant other or family member);
  • Free pair of climbing shoes annually;
  • Discounts on retail and gear;
  • Staff-only climb nights and events;
  • Opportunities for growth and learning.
Personal Trainer (Independent Contractor)

Sender One Santa Ana is looking for a personal trainer who is interested in renting space in our new fitness area.

If you have a current clientele and would like a nice open space or are a trainer looking to build your clientele, please contact Nicola Strother at [email protected].

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