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Boulders is committed to hiring staff members who will represent the business in a safe, complete and professional manner. Our staff is a diverse group of climbers, yogis, and personal trainers, each with a speciality that helps Boulders become the fantastic climbing facility that it is. Get to know our staff! Look at their profiles below to see how excited climbing makes us...

Staff Profiles

Katie Schultz - General Manager

Q#1: How long have you been climbing?
Started climbing a lot in 2007 but top roped a bit before that.
Q#2: What do you do here at the gym?
Lots of stuff!
Q#3: What makes boulders a great gym?
The people--staff and members!
Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
Devil's Lake and the South!
Q#5: Climbing goals?
Get outside as many days as possible.

Greta Petersen - Assistant Manager

Q#1: How long have you been climbing?
Off and on for almost ten years! But I had a 5 1/2 year break in there to have two kiddos.
Q#2: What do you do here at the gym?
Front desk manager extraordinaire.
Q#3: What makes boulders a great gym?
The community, the people, the great routesetting, the clay holds. Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
I'm admittedly a gym rat, but Hueco Tanks!
Q#5: Climbing goals?
Improve my footwork. . . .

Jill Griffis - Desk Staff

Q#1: How long have you been climbing?
2.5 years
Q#2: What do you do here at the gym?
Desk, groups, team building, climbing, paint
Q#3: What makes boulders a great gym?
The community aspect of the gym is nice.
Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
Red River Gorge, Kentucky
Q#5: Climbing goals?
Get outside more to have mucho fun climbing.

Jeremy Hemberger - IT/Training Manager

Q#1: How long have you been climbing?
About 7 years, but I have been seriously training for the past 3.
Q#2: What do you do here at the gym?
I am the computer nerd, and facilitate training our new staff members.
Q#3: What makes boulders a great gym?
Boulders has a great community. Everyone knows everyone. It has that, "Cheers" type atmosphere.
Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
Devil's Lake, Governor Dodge. Really excited to get down south bouldering!
Q#5: Climbing goals?
I pursue bouldering almost exclusively. I am really hoping to push my limits and keep progressing.

John Dobbe - Head Routesetter

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Gabe Heredia - Head Routesetter

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Kevin Baker - Desk Staff

Q#1: How long have you been climbing?
Climbing since I was about 14/15
Q#2: What do you do here at the gym?
PW, Desk Staff, Groups, use to clean
Q#3: What makes boulders a great gym?
The people of course. community
Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
Sorry to say I dont really climb out doors. But if I could go somewhere and climb it would be Patagonia, BC
Q#5: Climbing goals?
Get my endurence back up so I'm able to climb longer. Also to get out and climb at the lake

Adam Olson - Desk Staff

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Arren Alexander - Desk Staff

Q#1: How long have you been climbing?
I have been climbing for 9 years off and on.
Q#2: What do you do here at the gym?
Work behind the desk, gym maintenance, portable walls and summer instruction.
Q#3: What makes boulders a great gym?
A lot of the climbers at Boulders are very friendly. The routes and problems are set well and have a unique, fun style.
Q#4: Favorite outdoor climbing area?
Devil's Lake and Governor Dodge. They are nice and close, so it is easier to go out for a day trip.
Q#5: Climbing goals?
To do some crazy, intense bouldering. And to get better than Kelsen, clearly.

Phil Gonsiska - Desk Staff

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Mike Draper - Desk Staff

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Kaitlin Sherman - Desk Staff

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Tori Vancil - Desk Staff

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Elliot Kasprzak - Desk Staff

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Employment

Interested in working at Boulders? We are always accepting resumes of interested candidates. We're not always hiring, but we usually do have a need for experienced individuals to fill in teaching classes, working the desk, doing personal training, coaching, doing portable wall events, and much more! Please send your resume/cover letter to manager@bouldersgym.com. If we have specific job openings, they will be listed below!