We’re always open for applications, however we’re not taking any applications for 2020.
What you can expect:
As a guide for Nordic Paddling you will be responsible for the trip you are assigned. Most of the time you will work alone or with 1-2 other guides. You will have 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 (Kokatat, NRS & Werner) and outdoor equipment (MSR, Therm-a-rest, Seal Line & more). Those who are willing to commit multiple years, will be awarded our guide training program.
We will sort out accommodation for you.
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 the trip
We expect you have:
Minimum NPF Aktivitetsleder or equivalent experience, e.g. USN’s Kayak 1 & 2.
Minimum 1 year of relevant outdoor education
Valid first aid certification
Valid driving license class B
Fluent in a Scandinavian language and English
Prior experience with guiding
It’s an advantage if you have:
Good interpersonal skills / work well with others (team-player)
Likes to teach / guide in nature
Good outdoor cooking skills
Can work under pressure
Experience from the outdoor/tourism business
Good interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
Customer focused and service minded
Always looking for improvement and high quality
How to apply:
If you would like to be part of our team, send an application and a CV as pdf-files by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org; for further information; you are welcome to contact Rasmus Damgaard Jensen at +47 940 51 542 or e-mail.
Workplace: Stavanger, Norway
Work regulation: Seasonal position.
Last application date: 15th of January