Lead kayak guide on Somerset Island, Cunningham Inlet, Nunavut.
Kayak guides usually work in teams of two. You are responsible for leading, safety, client education, and providing a fun trip for people of
many backgrounds and levels of experience. Certification and training are only the beginning, we expect guides to be strong leaders,
knowledgeable in natural and cultural history, good teachers, and communicators and handy with the typical equipment used on trip. Our
operations and interpretation manuals are provided to all guides prior to beginning work.
Job Type: Full Time
Required Education, Skills or Certification
• Level 2 (ideally Level 3 for senior guides, or equivalent).
• Wilderness First Aid Certification (minimum 40-hour course)
• Natural history interpretive skills (material provided)
• Bilingual or multilingual skills an asset
• Outgoing and personable; must be able to entertain varied groups
• of individuals
• Exemplary organizational skills
• Ability to work as a member of a team, take directions, and provide direction
• experience in driving all terrain vehicles (ATV)
• Canadian Firearms Safety course
A minimum of 1 year’s guiding experience. Other qualifications and experience will be considered.
Salary: according to the experience level.
How to Apply
To APPLY: For applications to all positions please include:
- Cover Letter
- List of Certification (including expiry dates or plans for updating or acquiring certifications)
- Minimum of 2 references (please supply email addresses and phone numbers)
- Tell us why you think you would be a good fit with Weber Arctic Expedition
Apply to: [email protected]
Weber Arctic Expedition
Email: [email protected]
Since 1993, Weber Arctic has offered the experiences of a lifetime to the unspoiled Arctic. Experience northern lights, observe polar bears, caribou, muskox, world-class fishing, kayak with beluga whales, or ski the northern most heli-skiing in the world. Your adventure begins here.