Nordic Paddling is currently hiring guides for season 2023.
Find the job descriptions below
What you can expect:
As a guide for Nordic Paddling, you will be mainly be guiding our multi-day trips, but also shorter day tours. With the right qualification, you can also teach our introduction- and foundation courses. Most of the time you will work alone or with 1-2 other guides. You will have an influence on how the trips are run, with room for personal guiding style. You will get industry competitive salary, and access to our multiple outfitter deals on kayaking gear and outdoor equipment.
We will sort out accommodation for you throughout the season.
Your tasks will be:
Pick-up/drop-off customers at Stavanger Airport (using our van)
Buying necessary food ingredients for each trip
Guiding and cooking for the customers for the duration of the trip
Clean up / repair equipment after trips
We expect you have:
Minimum NPF Aktivitetsleder or equivalent experience, e.g. IPP3 or BC3*
Minimum 1 year of relevant outdoor education
Valid first aid certification (12 hours)
Valid driving license class B
Fluent in a Scandinavian language and English
It’s an advantage if you have:
Good interpersonal skills/work well with others (team-player)
Prior experience with guiding
Likes to teach/guide in nature
Good outdoor cooking skills
Can work under pressure
Good interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
Customer-focused and service-minded
Always looking for improvement and high quality
There will be a preseason guide-training weekend in the end of April, on which you are expected to participate.
How to apply:
If you would like to be part of our team, submit you application (+ résumé & cover letter in PDF) to this form.
Any questions can be directed to Rasmus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workplace: Forsand, Norway
Work regulation: Seasonal position. May – October.
Last application date: 14th of January 2023