Flagstaff, Ariz. (April 22, 2021) – Kahtoola, creator of award-winning MICROspikes®, EXOspikes™ and NANOspikes® brand traction and performance-driven gaiters, is looking to complement its marketing team by hiring a full time Marketing & Communications Associate who is inspired by outdoor adventure and motivated by supporting social and environmental responsibility.
“It’s an exciting time of growth at Kahtoola and we’re mapping aggressive plans for the years ahead to make getting outside more accessible for more people,” said Danny Giovale, founder of Kahtoola. “We’re looking forward to adding a key new member to our Kahtoola family to help accomplish our company goals, including social and environmental initiatives in 2021 and beyond.”
The new position is integral to Kahtoola’s marketing and communications team, helping with brand direction, messaging and stories for marketing collateral, social media, trade show planning and more.
Applicants should also be passionate about working for a premium outdoor brand dedicated to building and maintaining outdoor access for everyone, especially underrepresented groups, in addition to supporting the local Flagstaff, AZ community.
Kahtoola offers an equal opportunity, supportive, fun and casual work environment. Interested candidates are encouraged to view full job details on Kahtoola.com and email a resume, cover letter and answer to the question, “What does Kahtoola’s mission statement mean to you?”
Since 1999, Kahtoola has been creating reliable gear that makes the outdoors more accessible and rewarding. Kahtoola’s flexible footwear traction systems, including MICROspikes®, EXOspikes™ and NANOspikes®, are built to improve safety and performance in wintry locales around the globe. Every product from hiking crampons to running gaiters are thoughtfully designed and vigorously tested at the brand’s Flagstaff, AZ headquarters high on the Colorado Plateau. Owned and operated by founder Danny Giovale, Kahtoola proudly grants 1% of annual sales to fund projects that support indigenous cultures and improve communities, healthcare, education, resources and the environment. For more information, please visit Kahtoola.com.