It's people who design and build organisations like our own. We seek emerging and professional leaders to join our team.
Our industry attracts some of the most talented and well rounded individuals because of the connection that we have with our work.
We recruit leaders and staff at all levels who are passionate about giving young people the necessary tools to be able to imagine their world without boundaries, so that they can live a life of unlimited possibility.
With this in mind, we are looking for people who share our vision, understand our purpose, build our culture and are driven to make a difference in the lives of others, every day. We employ remarkable people who have experience in group leading and group facilitation, and develop those who have less experience through our ongoing training programs. We recognise that people are the lifeblood of our organisation, with this in mind, OutBeyond is offering emerging professionals an opportunity of a lifetime to travel to some of Australia and New Zealand’s most incredible outdoor locations to lead and guide student groups through planned and outcomes-based programs.
If you're ready to take on your next adventure and group lead with OutBeyond, then we would love to hear from you. We value outdoor leaders and guides who are passionate about the outdoors and educational travel, who through their work with OutBeyond, give young people the necessary tools to be able to imagine a world without limitations, so that they can live a life with unlimited possibility.
We depend on your soft skills more than your technical skills, the stuff that sets you apart from others. If you meet the minimum requirements as listed on the first page, then please apply online
The companies aim is to attract and employ staff of outstanding quality and potential, who will contribute to our international reputation and brand.
Our recruitment and selection principles are designed to:
We acknowledge that the selection process is two way. Deciding on a new role, a new organisation or a new career brings many challenges. With this in mind, we offer open communication to you during this process to make your decision as informatively appropriate as possible.
To apply please read the relevant job/position description then complete the job application form by clicking the apply button
Trainee/Volunteering or Work Placement opportunties are available
Trainee’s are assistant leaders that support and help the group leaders in the field during programs and is an option to those new to the industry or those still studying in a related course. Trainees who carry the technical qualifications and competencies required to become a group leader at OutBeyond, can progress to a paid position after completing a certain amount of field days. Some trainees advance through to a group leader level within 20 program days, some progress even faster in less than 7 program days. We are committed to helping to develop trainees into group leader positions at OutBeyond. Trainee assistant leader roles are unpaid, however all food, transport and accommodation as well as reasonable related expenses are covered by OutBeyond. Please complete an online application as listed above but please ensure that you select ‘trainee’ on your application.
We are looking for Program Coordinators that possess the qualities and characteristics that will help educate young people in outdoor and travel based environments. This position requires passion, enthusiasm, energy and a dedication to working with young people and the environment. The Program Coordinator is essentially responsible for managing the day to day operations of our programs by providing total support to the student groups in the field. This role is suited to teachers, camp leaders, outdoor educators, and tour guides who have some management and logistics experience. The position requires applicants to have an enthusiastic attitude, be energetic, and demonstrate significant amounts of charisma and passion when it comes to working with young people. The position requires some flexibility with working hours and experience in education and working with children. You will be responsible for managing the expectations of the student groups, their respective accompanying teachers, and most importantly the program facilitators so that they can carry out their job. You will need to assist with creating program itineraries including the program curriculum, have an in depth understanding of our program locations and ensure the outstanding delivery of customer experience and management of field staff.
We are looking for Program Facilitators that possess the qualities and characteristics that will help educate young people in outdoor and travel based environments. This position requires passion, enthusiasm, energy and a dedication to working with young people and the environment. The position requires flexibility with working hours, patience and some experience in management, physical/outdoor education, tourism, education, and/or adventure activities in the outdoors. You will be responsible for leading and managing a group of students and their accompanying teachers nationally and internationally. You will need to understand the program itinerary including the program content, geographics and delivery methods in order to show expertise in your leadership delivery.