Brown County, WI

Brown County, WI

Adventure Park Guide Supervisor LTE

Salary: $14.00 Hourly

Location : 4378 Reforestation Rd. Green Bay, WI

Job Type: Limited Term Employment

Job Number: 2024-0619

Department: Zoo

Opening Date: 06/19/2024

Closing Date: 6/24/2024 11:59 PM Central

Job Summary

Brown County is seeking an energetic individual to be a Guide Supervisor at the Adventure Park at the NEW Zoo. The guide supervisor will assist in daily operations and maintenance of the Adventure Park located at the NEW Zoo in Suamico, WI. The Adventure Park consists of an aerial challenge course, dual racing 1,000-foot zip-lines, 32-foot-high climbing wall, kid’s kourse, fat bike rental fleet, and new aerial canopy tour. The guide supervisor will be responsible for providing our guests with a recreational and educational experience from start to finish. This position is in a growing and quickly evolving adventure park industry. Job duties will include customer service, vending and ticket sales, cash handling, proper use/inspection/fitting of personal protection equipment, group program facilitation, and course inspection. Bring out your adventurous side and leave your fear of heights and public speaking at home!

  1. Primary focus is on SAFE overall Adventure Park operations, and program facilitation.
  2. Performs point of sale operations and pass sales following county cash handling policies at the Adventure Park.
  3. Supervise Adventure Park guides and concession staff.
  4. Will also assist with performing adventure course inspection and maintenance.
  5. Facilitate experiential education group programs. Candidate shall have facilitation experience or the ability/interest to learn group facilitation theory.
  6. Coordinates daily operations of fat bike rental program.

Essential Duties

  1. Ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure for visitors at all times. Safety is our #1 goal.
  2. Maintain quality working relationships with co-workers and visitors
  3. Assist with equipment and course set up and take down
  4. Assist with admissions and concessions
  5. Assist with grounds maintenance
  6. Maintain records as required by supervisor
  7. Lead bike rental program operations
  8. Assist in daily operation of the canopy tour
  9. Assist in inspections and documenting inspections of ziplines, aerial challenge course, kids kourse, climbing wall, and aerial canopy tour
  10. Create and develop programming for both the Adventure Park and aerial canopy tour

Minimum Qualifications Required

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Education, Marketing, Communications preferred
  2. Must be 18 years or older
  3. Group program planning and facilitation experience
  4. Able to complete the appropriate training and receive Level 1 Site Specific Certification sponsored by Brown County. Our park follows all ACCT training and safety policies.


  1. Work varying shifts including weekends
  2. Able to work in adverse outdoor conditions
  3. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs
  4. Able to wear a full body harness


  1. Guide Supervisor should expect to work many varied shifts as needed including nights, holidays and weekends
  2. Guide Supervisor is a very active position which requires long workdays
  3. The Adventure Park is open daily 10am – 6pm during the operating season

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  1. Energetic and exceptional attitude
  2. Comfortable operating point of sale system and cash handling
  3. Ability to be active for an entire 8+ hour shift
  4. Ability to learn and apply advanced technical skills
  5. Act professionally

Limited Term Employees are not eligible for benefits.

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