We wake every day to greet glaciers, mountain peaks and turquoise lakes. At Pursuit, we live the dream. We’re united by an intrinsic love of exploring that can’t be confined by physical borders. Together, Pursuit team members and guests create inspiring memories they’ll share with their friends and families for years to come. It’s all about sharing our amazing destinations. We have gathered a collection of adventure travel experiences, each of them thoughtfully united by their power to inspire and invigorate. As a brand, Pursuit weaves elements of wonder and amazement across our range of awe-inspiring experiences.
- Our Vision is to be the world’s leading provider of experiential adventure travel.
- Our Mission is to connect guests and staff to iconic places through unforgettable, inspiring experiences.
- You will be the face of the Glacier Skywalk experience
- Providing guests with in depth interpretive material, you will be enhancing our guests experience and guiding them throughout the attraction
- Learn and interpret everything from local wildlife, fauna, geology and every glacier
- Delivering exceptional interpretive information to guests from around the world
- Rotating through various interpretive stations and ensuring the safety of guests and staff
- Performing 10 – 15 minute presentations to large groups
- Being proactive with maintenance issues and safety concerns
- Supporting Guest Service Agents with managing tour groups, tour departures and arrivals, loading and unloading coaches
- Reporting safety issues to the Glacier Skywalk Manager and Supervisor in a timely manner
- Maintaining cleanliness of the attraction on a daily basis
The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Organization and time management skills are a must, but a passion for making a difference for each guest is the most important aspect of this position!
- Energetic individuals with a passion for the mountains and everything about them!
- Must get excited at the idea of living and working in a remote (yet very social) environment
- Able to work both independently and in our team based environment
- A fantastic sense of humor as well as a friendly, mature, energetic personality
- Charismatic and comfortable with speaking to large groups
- Previous interpretive guiding experience an asset
- Able to stand and work outside in varying mountain weather conditions (snow, rain, wind, hail)
- Commitment to becoming an interpretive expert and ambassador through the completion of a week-long interpretive training program (provided upon starting employment)
- Guest service-oriented mindset and a passion for delivering memorable experiences
- Class 5 driver’s license (with clean abstract) an asset but not required
- Ability to think on the fly and outside the box to solve problems with a positive attitude
- Must meet Pursuit grooming and appearance standards
- To honour our commitment to be “Always Honest” all employees must consent to a criminal record check
- Standard First-Aid or higher an asset
Thank you for your interest in working with us, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
- Contract dates;
- April 3rd to October 21st, 2019
- May 1st to October 21st, 2019
- June 1st to September 4th, 2019
- Typically 5 days on/2 days off
- 6 days on/1 day off during peak periods
- Days off may change with each schedule and depend on business level
- Long weekends may incur schedule changes
- Expect 35 – 44 hours per week depending on business levels
- Polo shirts, North Face Pants and indoor jacket will be issued on arrival
- Outdoor uniform is provided when working outdoors