Summary / Objective
If you’re a good communicator, organized, and love helping others, this position may be for you.
This junior role is responsible for helping guests and prospective guests with many aspects of their trip selection, planning and preparation, as well as publishing key information for guests, and managing guest information for trip crews. In this role, you’ll be the voice of Maple Leaf Adventures, and everyone’s first contact with us.
We seek a person who is thoughtful and mature, who likes to go above and beyond in helping people, and who is proud to be part of a team that offers guest service at a very high level. The right candidate also has a love of nature, culture and travel, with a commitment to incorporating sustainability into their daily life, and enjoys the dynamic environment of an entrepreneurial company.
Attitude and aptitude are important, so if you don't have quite what we've listed below, but you think you've got the experience that gives you equivalent qualification, let us hear from you and about how you'll knock it out of the park! This is a junior role.
Education and Experience
Work Schedule and Location
This is a full-time position, primarily in the Maple Leaf Adventures office. Following the successful probationary period, the days will be Tuesday through Saturday. There are requirements, when appropriate, for the occasional evening and weekend work as beneficial to your job responsibilities (such as the occasional special guest event).
About Maple Leaf Adventures
Maple Leaf Adventures is a small, privately owned company that has deliberately chosen to have a quadruple bottom line: where environmental, social and financial values are joined by the fun factor as critical metrics of our company’s success. We are inspired by exploration, creating great experiences, and the rich British Columbia and Alaska coast.
Our multi-day expedition cruises in remote BC and Alaska are internationally rated as some of the top adventure travel experiences in the world. This comes from a spectacular environment, a natural love of hosting guests, a disciplined approach to operations, respect for people of all kinds along the coast, and the vision to create something world-class. A small business requires people to “wear several hats” and do work on different professional levels.
At Maple Leaf, you will be a key part of a small, dynamic team that is dedicated to these principles. You’ll be proud to work hard, with lots of attention to detail, and participate in the rewards of growing, world-class adventure travel company on our spectacular coast.
Industry competitive pay, full benefits plan, supplier pro-deals, performance-based bonus.
How to Apply
Send a resume with cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org . Posting closes at 4 pm Jan 21, but we'll conduct interviews on a rolling basis, so if you're ready to apply, don't wait for the deadline, get in touch now.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Jan 7 2019 ID: 50138