Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Canoecopia 2021
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Northern Tier High Adventure BSA Do you have a love for youth character development? Are you someone who is committed to providing exceptional and consistent quality in everything you do? This seasonal Health Officer position starts at $1300.00/month and we provide all staff with food and housing. Minimum training requirements- Wilderness First Responder or above, Northern Tier will cover course fees if needed. The experience, however, is priceless! If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, apply today!
As a Summer Health Officer, you will be managing Northern Tier’s first aid office, responding to medical situations both in person and via radio, as well as coordinating staff on-call schedules. You work directly with the staff to ensure that all of our scouts have the safest experience possible. You’ll have the opportunity to gain valuable experience coordinating emergency response and logistics as well as honing your first aid skills in a challenging and exciting setting.
21 or older.
Wilderness First Responder or above training, Northern Tier will pay course fees if needed once hired.
Available for the summer from mid May - August
Clear communication and organization skills
Accuracy and thoroughness in work.
Summer Wilderness Canoe Guide
Northern Tier High Adventure BSA Northern Minnesota, USA Northern Tier is looking for Summer trip leaders for Boy Scout Canoe Treks in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Northern Minnesota, USA. This seasonal position is available Mid-May to Late August. We provide food, housing, training, and a monthly salary starting at $1150/month. This is a great entry-level position for people who enjoy working with youth and are looking for a career in outdoor education
Seasonal Food Service Staff
Northern Tier High Adventure BSA Do you have a love for youth character development and a passion for cooking? Are you someone who is committed to providing exceptional and consistent quality in everything you do? Would you like to make this a summer to remember? This seasonal food service position starts at $1300.00/month and we provide all staff with food and housing. The experience, however, is priceless! If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, apply today!
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SUMMER FOOD SERVICE STAFF MEMBER As a Summer Food Service Staff member, you are a key to the success of Northern Tier. You work in a professional kitchen setting preparing nutritious and delicious food for thousands of campers throughout the summer. Your days are filled with valuable experiences and great community. All while building a foundation for a rewarding career. This is one summer that you will never forget and a job that can only be described as rewarding!
NIU Outdoor Adventures Graduate Assistant
Northern Illinois University Outdoor Adventures This full-time (20-hour) graduate assistant will report to the assistant director for Outdoor Adventures. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting in the administration and management of the Outdoor Adventure program (Adventure Center rentals, and Outdoor Adventure trips, and teambuilding programs) including staff training, program development, risk management, supervision, assessment and marketing.
Frost River RETAIL COORDINATOR– FT REGULAR Reports to: Retail Manager Classification: Non-Exempt (Hourly) The Retail Coordinator works directly with the Retail and Operations Manager to assist in scheduling, training, sales and some routine buying. This position is regularly required to open/close the store. Two Saturdays per month as well as some evenings and holidays are required.
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: - Coordinates retail scheduling, training, and sales - Becomes knowledgeable about all products to ensure excellent sales and customer service - Assists in merchandising when needed - Coordinates the buying of re-ordered stock - Coordinates Frost River E-Commerce - Provides sales analytics when needed - Work in a fast-paced retail and manufacturing environment - Improve your processes and yourself each day - Other duties as assigned
Salary: - Commensurate with experience Experience/Education - Business related degree preferred -Experience in E-Commerce preferred - Previous retail, sales and customer service experience required -Computer experience and analytic proficiency required Work authorization: United States (Required) Pay Frequency: Biweekly Work Remotely: -No Frost River is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Whitewater Raft & Zipline Tour Guide, Whitewater Kayak Instructor and support staff
Zoar Outdoor Adventure Resort Zoar Outdoor is currently hiring for all positions- whitewater raft and canopy tour guides, whitewater kayak instructors, bus drivers, base and support staff- part-time and full-time seasonal opportunities. Join our training program and spend the summer splashing through rapids or zipping through trees. Applicants should be great with people, have a positive attitude, and be willing to learn. We value a diverse staff, offer competitive pay, flexible scheduling, complimentary use of activities and opportunities for you to learn and enjoy the outdoor activities we love. Application deadlines vary.
S WI Apiary Inspector LTE
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is recruiting a seasonal apiary inspector - Limited Term Employee (LTE) for southern Wisconsin. The position will work an average of 40 hours / week seasonally beginning approximately June 6, 2021 and ending approximately October 31, 2021. Mileage reimbursed. This position will function under the general supervision of the Section Manager and Wisconsin State Apiarist. The principal duties are to implement the Plant Industry Bureau’s apiary program functions outlined in Wis. Stat. 94.76 and ATCP 21.13, including inspecting honey bee hives and ensuring compliance with apiary import regulations. The inspectional duties of this position involve detecting established and exotic honey bee pests and diseases of concern to the apiary industry, as well as providing outreach on pest and disease management and pollinator protection.
This position requires at least 2 years of beekeeping experience (including strong working knowledge of honey bee biology, honey bee pests and diseases and hive management); coursework OR a degree in entomology, biology, or closely related field; frequent field work and travel (including some overnights); proficiency with computers; the ability to work independently in remote areas; and excellent communication skills.
How To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume, 3 references, and letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 03/26/21.