Then we are the match for you!
Duties and Responsibilities:
Program Facilitators work as a team to plan and facilitate exciting leadership, experiential and recreational-based programming for guests. Versatile by nature, each Program Facilitator serves as a frontline customer service ambassador prepared to take on a variety of tasks to ensure a positive and unforgettable experience is had by all guests; this is the Bark Lake Advantage.
Primary duties involve delivering intentional leadership, experiential and recreational-based programming to our school groups, organizations, CIC summer camp (international students) and corporate clients.
Additional duties include:
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Primary Role: Waterfront Coordinator:
The Waterfront Coordinator handles all aspects of the day to day water operations. You will oversee the training and qualifications of staff involved in lifeguarding and are responsible for ensuring appropriate supervision of swim areas and other waterfront activities. The Waterfront Coordinator will ensure all safety standards are upheld and that a positive and safe experience is had by all guests.
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Primary Role: Challenge Course Supervisor (CCS)
The CCS is a program facilitator who carries a current Challenge Course Practitioner Level 2 and is designated by the Challenge Course Manager for their evaluated skills and knowledge. A CCS is responsible for the daily operations of the climbing activities (high/low ropes course and climbing/rappel wall) along with all other climbing operations from session to session. The CCS will be directly in charge of ensuring a positive and safe climbing experience for all clients.
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Specific Job Skills:
Additional Qualifications: (Preference maybe to give to Candidate who has these additional certifications)
Daily Base pay:
Additional pay based on certifications and experience
Room and Board is provided (based on shared accommodations)
Length of Contracts:
April 30th – August 31st, 2019 (Spring – Summer Contract based – 4 months)
July 2th, 2018 – August 31st, 2018 (Summer Contract based – avg. 2 months)
Possibility for contract extension based on performance
Submit your resume, cover letter and 3 references to:
Joe Fortin – Program Manager
Bark Lake Leadership and Conference Centre
1551 Bark Lake Dr., Irondale, ON K0M 1X0
Cover letter, resumes and references should include all your relevant skills and experiences and indicate how you will add value to our program and team.
Interview process: There will be three rounds of interviews:
Applications will be reviewed by the Program Department. Only successful candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Closing: February 25th at 12:00 pm
Do YOU have what it takes to join THIS team?
Bark Lake Leadership and Conference Centre is committed to workplace diversity and provides accommodations, whenever possible, to applicants with disabilities throughout our hiring process. If you require an accommodation, please contact Bark Lake at 1-888-517-9999 or email email@example.com .
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