Adventure Cycling Association seeks a well-organized, energetic, detail-oriented and outgoing individual to join its Tours team which plans, sells and manages more than 100 different bicycle tours and instructional courses annually. This inside sales and customer service position is a challenging and fulfilling opportunity to work for North America's largest cycling membership non-profit organization. We seek an individual who thrives on interacting with people. The position is based in Adventure Cycling's headquarters in bike-friendly and beautiful Missoula, MT.
As a staff member in the Tours Department, the Tours Specialist shall actively participate in the daily operations of the department with other Tours Specialists, the Assistant Tours Director and the Tours Director, including but not limited to:
Preferably a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university. Preferably an experienced cyclist, ideally with personal experience in traveling by bicycle. Outdoor, recreational, or tourism industry experience a plus.
The position will be competitively compensated in the Northern Rockies region. Excellent benefits include paid time off for holidays, vacation and sick leave, an additional fully-paid one-week bike vacation, full medical and dental coverage, life insurance, and retirement plan. We have a wonderful office in downtown Missoula, with a friendly and committed staff. Adventure Cycling Association is an equal opportunity employer.
Please submit a resume and cover letter using our portal here. Application deadline: The position is open until filled. We will begin reviewing resumes and requesting interviews on September 10, 2017.
Adventure Cycling's mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. Adventure Cycling was founded in 1974 and is the largest bicycling membership organization in North America, with over 51,000 members. Our work includes producing the best bicycling routes and maps in America, publishing Adventure Cyclist (one of the top bicycling magazines anywhere), managing more than 100 bicycle tours including leadership trainings, and creating better bike travel conditions through advocacy at the federal, state and local levels. For more information, go to www.adventurecycling.org.