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Thank you for your interest in Second Nature. Second Nature is a licensed treatment program which uses the wilderness setting as a clinically-focused intervention to teach students accountability, communication skills and healthy emotional and behavioral habits. Second Nature base is located in Duchesne, Utah in the Uinta basin. During the summer months we operate in the Uintas mountain range and in the winter the high desert just north of Nine Mile Canyon on Bureau of Land Management property. Duchesne is a two hour drive from Salt Lake City, Utah.
For more information, please contact our Recruiter, Noah Zind
email@example.com or Field Directors firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Please include cover letter, resume and certifications with completed application. Further instructions provided in application.
The Field Instructor position is ideal for individuals who wish to have a positive impact on youth, while working in a beautiful outdoor setting. Second Nature is known for its outstanding Field Instructors and high Field Instructor to student ratios. Field Instructors receive comprehensive wilderness and therapeutic skills training during a 7-day Orientation trip along with continuous, consistent training throughout their employment at Second Nature.
Applicants come to Second Nature with a variety of backgrounds and experience. An open mind and willingness to learn are essential. Minimum requirements: Applicants are required to be a minimum of 21 years of age, have a current physical and current CPR (American Red Cross) and Standard First Aid certification. Second Nature will also process a State and Federal criminal background check (BCI) of all potential employees.
After reviewing your completed application materials, Second Nature may wish to conduct a phone interview with you. After the interview, you may be invited to participate in a 7-day Orientation trip. The Orientation trip is viewed as the second part of the interview process. It is also a time for the prospective employee to "interview" the program. Participation in the Orientation trip does not guarantee a position; however, we only select participants who meet all initial requirements, with the high hopes that they will be hired. New employees are offered positions on the last day of Orientation.
To learn more about the Field Instructor position, please review our FAQ.