Job Postings for the 2018-19 Winter Season

PART TIME LEAD GUIDE

Daily supervision of 4 person guiding team including:

Lead one snowcat of 12 guests and up to 3 staff while coordinating with 2nd snowcat and guiding team.

Supervise mountain operation on days when Operations Manager is not in the field:

-Run morning and afternoon guide meetings
-Ensure safety of all staff and guests
-Participate in after ski guest interactions and socializing
-Assist as required with lodge duties
-Participate in guest arrivals and departures

The successful candidate will possess:

-CSGA III, ACMG ski guide or international equivalent certification.
-Recognized 80 hour first aid certificate or equivalent
-Proven decision making skills
-Strong communication skills
-Excellent team building skills
-Experience in the Canadian Heli/snowcat skiing industry.

Remuneration will be $350.00 to $400.00 per day based on experience, plus gratuities.

Please submit your application and CV to:

Kevin Marr

Lead Guide, Operations Manager

Selkirk Snowcat Skiing
#105 Meadow Creek Road, Box 10
Meadow Creek, BC
V0G 1N0
kevin@selkirksnowcatskiing.com


Gostlin Keefer Lake Lodge

Looking for level 2 and level 3 CSGA guides for both part time and full time work this winter.

Level 2 guides pay will be between $250-350/day depending on previous experience.

Level 3 guides pay will be between $350-400/day, depending on previous experience.

Gostlin Keefer lake lodge is an easy 2 hour drive from the Kelowna airport, and you can drive to the lodge with any car with good winter tires.

There are private staff rooms available for all staff, and meals are included with your day rate.

Your day rate does not include your share of the generous gratuities our guests leave for us.
We operate 2 cats, and are fully booked for this winter.

Season will begin with training week in mid Dec, and we will finish our season end of March.

We are going into our 3rd year of operation and are looking for guides that want to be part of our team for the long term.

Please send your resume to:
jeff@keeferlakelodge.com

 

Position:             Backcountry Guide (Lead and Assistant)

Place of work:    Hakuba, Nagano, Japan

Hours of work:   Refer to Individual Employment Agreement

Reports to:         Chief Guide and/or Backcountry Guides Manager

Position Overview:  Backcountry tour guides will lead and assist with tours in the Hakuba & Nagano areas and work within the backcountry tour operations.  Our guides are responsible for the safety, wellbeing and enjoyment of guests out on backcountry & off-piste tours.  Guides should have extensive backcountry ski/board touring experience, route finding skills, thorough weather analysis skills, snowpack data and snow stability evaluation skills, strong leadership and communication skills and winter rescue training. Guides will also assist with setting up rental equipment and be competent in teaching avalanche rescue skills to guests. Guides will also drive company van’s to and from tour locations.

Winter Backcountry Ski/Snowboard Guides positions prerequisites are:

  • Level 1 Operations Canadian Avalanche Association or International Avalanche Safety Course equivalents
  • Valid Wilderness First-Aid and CPR Certification (minimum 80hr course)
  • Extensive backcountry ski/board touring experience, route finding skills, thorough weather analysis, snowpack data and snow stability evaluation skills, strong leadership and communication skills and winter rescue training
  • Advanced backcountry skiing and or snowboarding skills and good fitness – Ski Guide Certification and/or previous season’s experience guiding is an asset
  • CSGA 1 / 2 / 3

Contact: Evergreen Backcountry Guides

Email: j.robb@evergreen-outdoors.com
Website: www.evergreen-backcountry.com/

 

James Robb

Backcountry Guides Director/ Guide

Evergreen Backcountry Guides

Phone: 0261-72-5150
Fax: 0261-72-8056
Email: j.robb@evergreen-outdoors.com
Web: www.evergreen-hakuba.com


Position:             Backcountry Guide (Lead and Assistant)

Place of work:    Hakuba, Nagano, Japan

Hours of work:   Refer to Individual Employment Agreement

Reports to:         Chief Guide and/or Backcountry Guides Manager

Position Overview:  Backcountry tour guides will lead and assist with tours in the Hakuba & Nagano areas and work within the backcountry tour operations.  Our guides are responsible for the safety, wellbeing and enjoyment of guests out on backcountry & off-piste tours.  Guides should have extensive backcountry ski/board touring experience, route finding skills, thorough weather analysis skills, snowpack data and snow stability evaluation skills, strong leadership and communication skills and winter rescue training. Guides will also assist with setting up rental equipment and be competent in teaching avalanche rescue skills to guests. Guides will also drive company van’s to and from tour locations.

Winter Backcountry Ski/Snowboard Guides positions prerequisites are:

  • Level 1 Operations Canadian Avalanche Association or International Avalanche Safety Course equivalents
  • Valid Wilderness First-Aid and CPR Certification (minimum 80hr course)
  • Extensive backcountry ski/board touring experience, route finding skills, thorough weather analysis, snowpack data and snow stability evaluation skills, strong leadership and communication skills and winter rescue training
  • Advanced backcountry skiing and or snowboarding skills and good fitness – Ski Guide Certification and/or previous season’s experience guiding is an asset
  • CSGA 1 / 2 / 3

Contact: Evergreen Backcountry Guides

Email: j.robb@evergreen-outdoors.com
Website: www.evergreen-backcountry.com/

 

James Robb

Backcountry Guides Director/ Guide

Evergreen Backcountry Guides

Phone: 0261-72-5150
Fax: 0261-72-8056
Email: j.robb@evergreen-outdoors.com
Web: www.evergreen-hakuba.com



WANTED !!!

Lead Guide, Snowcat Skiing

Duties

  • Will lead one snowcat with 12 guests and up to 3 staff, and will supervise entire operation on days when GM is not in the field
  • Conducting morning and afternoon safety meetings, and filling out and filing relevant charts and documents
  • Avalanche and hazard assessment, including direction of snow safety team and other guides
  • Route selection, including closing and opening areas for other guided groups
  • Decision-making and delegation of decisions to assistant guides
  • Training and mentoring of assistant guides and tail guides, including first aid, avalanche, and injury response training
  • Safety of all guests and employees
  • Morale of guide team and guests
  • Evaluation and submission of avalanche data and communication with other guiding operations for safety purposes.
  • Coordination with BRC HQ and/or BC Ambulance as required
  • Strong skiing or splitboarding skills, and a high level of physical fitness required
  • Second language an asset but not a requirement

Qualifications

  • CSGA 3 or 2, or ACMG Guide or IFMGA equivalent,
  • CAA level 2 or 3 or foreign equivalent,
  • 80-hour wilderness first aid or OFA3
  • Full time preferred, but part time also considered
  • Seasonal ~17 Dec to ~25 Mar

Wage
$350.00 -$400.00 per day
4% vacation pay, negotiable
Lunch provided, staff cafe/restaurant discount

Contact
Kieren Gaul
ski@bigredcatskiing.com
office:250 362 2271
mobile: 250 231 4750

Date posted: 3 July 2018

Posted until: 30 Aug 2018

*Second Post

WANTED !!!

Guide, Snowcat Skiing

Duties

  • Will lead one snowcat with 12 guests and up to 3 staff, or snow safety team
  • Participating in morning and afternoon safety meetings, and filling out and filing relevant charts and documents as directed
  • Avalanche and hazard assessment and communication of results with other groups
  • Route selection
  • Training and mentoring of tail guides including first aid, avalanche, and injury response training
  • Safety of all guests and employees
  • Communication with guests and ensuring quality customer service
  • Strong skiing or splitboarding skills, and a high level of physical fitness required
  • Second language an asset but not a requirement

Qualifications

  • CSGA 2, or ACMG Assistant Guide or foreign equivalent
  • CAA level 2 or foreign equivalent,
  • 80-hour wilderness first aid or OFA3 or equivalent
  • Full time preferred but part time also considered
  • Seasonal ~17 Dec to ~25 Mar

Wage
$250.00- $300.00 per day4% vacation pay
Lunch provided, staff cafe/restaurant discount

Contact
Kieren Gaul
ski@bigredcatskiing.com
office:250 362 2271 mobile: 250 231 4750

Date posted: 3 July 2018
Posted until: 30 Aug 2018


Heliski Guide in New Zealand

Lead Heliski Guide required for Queenstown Heliski operation

Alpine Heliski Ltd requires the services of an experienced Lead Heliski Guide for the 2018 winter season.
A great opportunity to visit Queenstown and work with a team of dedicated professional guides.

Position: Lead Heliski Guide
Term: 5-6 weeks negotiable. Late July to end of August
Experience and Qualifications: CSGA Level 3 or ACMG Level 2, minimum of 2 seasons lead heliski guide experience.
Competitive pay rates
Accommodation included.

Questions and applications email: Tim Oleary

ski@alpineheliski.com

M +64 274 39 21 93  P +64 344 12 300
Email   ski@alpineheliski.com  Web  www.alpineheliski.com
Address PO 1083, Queenstown, New Zealand

Providing unique and personalised heliski experiences


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