Sea Kayak Guides & Wannabees: top notch coaching, gear and methodology are hard-wired into your job here. The environment is team, supportive, creative, compelling. A summer at Living Adventure is LIVING and ADVENTURE!
In the summer we have about 30 people on staff working across four departments: kitchen, field operations, office, guides. WE’RE STILL LOOKING FOR SEA KAYAKING GUIDES & INTERNS FOR THE 2016 SUMMER!! Our facility is located ON THE LAKE! It’s a beautiful campus with gardens, landscape art and a fantastic view out into the Apostle Islands. We launch and land many of our overnight trips from our adventure center. Give us a call to explore available openings for the summer of 2016 that may resonate with your short and long terms plans. Summer job or growing career, we can say with confidence your time at Living Adventure will be a lifetime landmark for you.
JOB DESCRIPTIONS AT A GLANCE:
Guides: positions for guides range from our intern program for those relatively new to sea kayaking to openings for experienced leaders wanting to run multi-day trips in the Apostle Islands. Our in-house training is rigorous and lead by some of the best coaches around. You’ll learn the latest sea kayaking technical skills and rescues along with leadership and group management strategies. This year our early season guide training will be THE BEST EVER as we help the American Canoe Association (ACA) roll out several new courses.
For information on the courses click HERE
For information on the coaches click HERE
Office: the ‘CPU’ hub of living adventure, people who work here are on the phone with reservations, checking in arriving and departing trip guests, running credit card machines, faxes, cash registers and computers! Helpful qualities include being a multi-tasking, friendly, quick thinking individual. Previous knowledge of the Apostle Islands area is helpful, but not a stopper.
Boat House: working in field operations includes handling a lot of kayaks for one thing! You’ll drive vans pulling trailers of kayaks, load and unload boats, schedule kayaks and equipment for the next day’s use, repair all kinds of gear, and assist the guides in prepping and returning gear from their trips. Customer interface is part of the job as you help in greeting and ‘chatting up’ the guests.
Kitchen: preparing and packing food for the day and overnight trips in our new kitchen space is a pleasure. You’ll make humus and pesto, wrap bundles of white fish almandine, chop veggies and roll up a zillion turkey pesto wraps! It’s a lively atmosphere with guides checking in and out. You’ll interface with the office staff as well as you share information on numbers and food preferences of trip guests.
For more information on the company read through the About Us section on the website. Our company mission statement is: HERE