Advanced knowledge of the natural history, flora and fauna of the area is very important.
Strong work ethic (hard work in possibly extreme weather, with many insects, is not for all)
Friendly – must enjoy educating travellers from across the globe.
Ability to lift/carry 75+ pounds and portage/flip boats like a master.
Outdoors card, fishing permit, pleasure craft operators card, food handler certification & wilderness first responder (or be willing to obtain)
Paddling & camping gear/clothing for 3 seasons
Must enjoy living in a rural setting
Military experience, additional languages and campfire music skills are a plus
Experience with children and/or a related school degree is a plus
Non tobacco smoker (smoke free work place and residence)
Protect AAT gear from abuse/accident
Guide day and multiday canoe/bicycle/hiking/fishing trips
Provide safe, educational and fun experiences
Set up, take down, clean, pack and maintain all equipment
Food preparation, service and cleaning
Represent Algonquin Adventure Tours in a professional manner at all times (i.e. uniform, grooming & language)
Other duties as assigned
May 12 – October 7, 2018; May 12 – September 2, 2018; August 1- 26, 2018 (school teachers only); Contract – full time.
Hourly base + generous bonuses + tips + ESA contribution (EI, vacation pay) – $15,000-$22,000/full season
Meals on trips, extensive training and the latest trade tools
Awesome free accommodations at our farm in Dwight
How to Apply
Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining why you would be an asset to this growing company. Subject line: AAT Careers 2018. firstname.lastname@example.org . Hiring is 1st come, 1st served, so please submit ASAP.
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