Operations Director Careers

Evoke Entrada announces the opening for the position of Operations Director


Katelyn BeVard, Program Director, will be accepting a cover letter and resume for this position from May 2nd – May 21st, 2019. If you have questions or would like more information please contact Katelyn at katelyn@evoketherapy.com

Evoke at Entrada is looking for an Operations Director for its wilderness therapy program located in Santa Clara, UT. Evoke provides personalized help for those struggling with mental health, addiction, common stage-of-life challenges, and family turmoil. Our approach of whole-health treatment provides participants an experience to learn, grow and evoke their own inner wisdom. Evoke operates as a close network of service-oriented individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences. We work collaboratively with each other to help youth, young adults and families reconnect to their healthier, more authentic selves. 

Job Description:

The Operations Director provides program-wide leadership and oversees all logistical operations of the program, provides direct supervision over back-up and transporters, coordinates continual trainings, enforces program policies and procedures, provides on-call field support one week per month and implements program philosophies. The Operations Director also implements and manages departmental budgets, oversees all inventories, supervises warehouse operations, oversees vehicle maintenance, and manages all communication and coordination issues associated with the logistics of the program. This position oversees all purchases and coordination of program gear and equipment and all clothing, footwear and accessories for participants. The Operations Director works with the Warehouse Manager to provide research, design, and development of new gear and sourcing with manufacturers, etc. Additionally, they provide systems of ongoing preventative maintenance for vehicles, UTVs, program gear, equipment, and general facilities.


These qualifications include Evoke expectations and local, state and federal requirements; additional requirements may apply. The Operations Director is at least 25 years of age, has a BA or BS degree or equal training and experience in a related field, and meets local and state policies regarding criminal history. He/she has a minimum of five years of outdoor program administrative experience, has a minimum of 30-semester or 45 quarter hours education in recreational therapy or related field, or two years Outdoor Youth Program field experience. He/she has knowledge and experience demonstrating competence in areas of program planning, budgeting, fiscal management, and personnel management. The Operations Director can demonstrate complete knowledge and understanding of Utah State Rules for Outdoor Youth Programs, is trained and certified annually in CPR and Standard First Aid, and has completed an initial staff training and field course.


A competitive salary and benefits package is included. In addition, the Operations Director receives a vehicle stipend, company phone, and company laptop.