Adventure Jobs for January 2, 2014

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  1. Active Trip Leaders, Backroads (U.S.A.)
  2. Adjunct Faculty, Expeditionary Studies, Plattsburgh State University of New York (U.S.A.)
  3. Adventure CS Specialist, Manager – Content Planning, Manager – Operations, Senior Designer – Fitness, REI (U.S.A.)
  4. Adventure Travel Consultant (U.K.)
  5. After Sales Manager, The Mountain Boot Company (U.K.)  
  6. Assistant Guide, Lead Guide, and Outfitter, Zion Adventure Company (U.S.A.)
  7. Business Development Director, Un-Cruise Adventures (U.S.A.)
  8. CNC Manager, DMM (U.K.)
  9. CNC Programmer & Setter, DMM (U.K.)
  10. Content / Article Writer, Nepal Travel mart (Nepal)
  11. Development Coordinator, Adventure Cycling Association (U.S.A.)
  12. Dive Travel Specialist (Australia)
  13. European Adventure Travel Consultant, Sherpa Expeditions (U.K.)
  14. Expedition Leader, World Challenge (U.K.)
  15. Expeditionary Assistant, Expeditionary Studies, Plattsburgh State University of New York (U.S.A.)
  16. G Adventures is  hiring for various positions across the world.
  17. International Snow Travel Specialist, Snow Scene (Australia)
  18. Manager, The Lakeland Climbing Centre (U.K.)
  19. Marketing Executive, Bangalore Mountaineering Club (India)
  20. New Zealand Lead Guides, New Zealand Co-Guides, South America Trip Leaders, and Himalayan Trip Leaders, Active Adventures (New Zealand)
  21. Paid Internship – Outdoor Adventure School, The Boundless School (Canada)
  22. Product Developer, DMM (U.K.)
  23. Program Manager – Sports, HRG Australia (Australia)
  24. Reservation & Ticketing Supervisor, Arihant Holidays (Nepal)
  25. Reservations Consultants, World Expeditions Travel Group (Australia)
  26. Sales Position – Adventure Specialist, Natural Habitat Adventures (U.S.A.)
  27. Sessional Hours Climbing Coach, Westway Sports Centre (U.K.)
  28. Tenured Associate Professor and Chair, Expeditionary Studies, Plattsburgh State University of New York (U.S.A.)
  29. Tour Leads, Adventure Cycling Association (U.S.A.)
  30. Travel Officer (Tours / Treks), Nepal Travel Mart (Nepal),

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