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    Hiring for spring / summer 2009!

    Lead cross-country adventure camping tours for small international groups of travelers. Travel along pre-planned scenic routes throughout North America, stopping at various points of interest along the way. Duties include:

    • Meet and greet group, facilitate introductions, let them know what to expect,
    answer any questions and prepare them to begin their trek the next morning.
    • Facilitate daily camp set-up and break-down.
    • Load and unload camping gear and luggage from roofrack.
    • Drive 15-passenger maxi-van between destinations.
    • Work with local vendors to arrange activities such as biking, horseback riding, river rafting, etc.
    • Organize food shopping, cooking and cleaning duties.
    • Responsible for ensuring the clients have safe, fun, exciting tours conducted in a manner
    consistent with the varying dynamics and personalities of each group.
    • Maintain daily documentation of expenses, mileage, receipts, etc.
    • Be knowledgeable about the history and geography of the places visited during the tours and
    be able to share this information with your group.


    Successful SUNTREK trek leaders are active outgoing people who love working with multi-cultural groups of people and have a sense of fun and adventure. You must be able to be on the road for up to four months and lead a series of consecutive treks. Group travel can be exciting and rewarding; however it requires patience, flexibility, and strong leadership skills. You must have a good driving record, be over 21 years old, and be available to work at least from April through October.
    Qualified applicants are asked to join one of our training camps. SUNTREK operates professional training camps. Our first training camp start mid-April. Further training camps are operated every 3 weeks through July. You will get hands on training in all aspects of trek leading and practice all the daily tasks and activities a trek leader performs. This includes set up and breakdown of camp, the delegation of cooking and cleaning tasks, loading and unloading the roof rack, arranging daily itineraries and activities, leading a group of travelers, and handling the various problems that can arise during a trek. You will learn how to fix a camp stove, set up a tent, and receive instruction on the safe operation of the van and much more. During your training you will be staying at campgrounds, living the life of a trek leader. SUNTREK provides your training and accommodations. Trainees who pass the training and the final exam become certified SUNTREK trek leaders.

    Requirements for consideration

    • a work permit is required
    • Interest in meeting and working with a diverse group of travelers.
    • Be available to work at least from April to mid October.
    • Be able to travel for extended periods up to 4 months.
    • Possess good organization and leadership skills.
    • Pass pre employment physical examination and drug test.

    Applicants can respond my e-mail simon@djoserusa.com,
 
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