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Elements provides a supportive and nurturing work environment with the opportunity to develop and grow your confidence and skill set. We value our employees and provide the training and resources they need to succeed in their present (and future) careers. Our workplace culture values assertive communication and giving (and receiving) feedback. This is a workplace rich with learning and you will grow both professionally as well as personally.

Our goal is to be the best employer you ever work for.

Field Mentor

We are looking for outdoorsy people that love working with youth and enjoy spending most of your time outdoors! You will thrive in this position if you have a strong desire to learn and grow and become part of the team to make a positive impact with the youth/young adults in our program.


  • Adventure activities
  • Climbing
  • Rappelling
  • Fly fishing
  • Stand-up paddle
  • Low ropes initiatives
  • Mountain biking
  • Great team culture
  • Great Work/Life balance with around 150 days on a year


  • Competitive wage ranging from $36,400 to $49,920 a year annually
  • Up to $1,100 in other bonuses the first year of employment
  • 16 days of Paid Time Off each year
  • Training Stipend of $500 on first check
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance after one month of employment


  • Ability to lift and carry 55+ lbs
  • Ability to walk up to 2-5 miles a day
  • Ability to drive to Huntington, UT in all types of weather
  • At least 20 years old or older
  • High School Diploma/GED Required
  • Pass Utah and FBI background checks
  • Pass pre-employment physical and drug screening
  • First Aid/CPR and/or WFR Training – Paid by Elements

For any questions or concerns about the Field Mentor position, please do not hesitate to reach out! You can reach Lisa our Recruitment Manager via text at 385.789.7377 or email at [email protected]

Adventure Programming Hybrid Instructor Position

Elements’ incorporates Adventure Programming to complement our strong therapeutic foundation. We believe AP provides a unique experience for students during their wilderness experience. The challenge of activities including rock climbing, rappelling, canyoneering, fly fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and low ropes courses can provide a host of powerful teaching opportunities. Some groups have experienced mountain biking, rafting and cross-country skiing. Positive outcomes include increases in self-confidence, self-efficacy, problem solving skills, effective communication, self-awareness, trust, and developing healthy coping strategies.

We are not currently hiring for Adventure Programming Instructors, however we would like to speak with you if this sounds like a job for you! This is a full-time HYBRID position, which means the instructor will alternate between a Field Mentor shift and an AP Instructor shift. Click here for a full job description.

Primary Therapist Position

We are always open to hear from those eager to become a wilderness therapist. We are not currently hiring; however, we like to continue the conversation with those interested. Please send your resume to Tara Stireman at [email protected].

Transport and Support Staff

If you are interested in joining the team here at Elements but are looking for something that isn’t in the Field. We would be happy to speak with you regarding support staff and transport positions. We are always looking to add amazing people to our team! For additional information, please reach out to Lisa via text at 385.789.7377 or via email at [email protected].

Human Resources Team

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