Parks Canada revealed in the past few hours that it is hiring for summer positions across Canada and they can earn up to $30 an hour.
Parks Canada, which manages national parks, marine conservation areas and historic sites across the country, is looking for temporary workers for its summer operations in 2023.
Salaries vary depending on your educational background and the position you choose, according to the ad.
For high school students, pay starts at $16 per hour, while for college students, it starts at $20 per hour and can go up to $30 per hour for temporary workers.
These are the available vacancies:
- Camp or Gate Attendant.
- Heritage Presenter.
- Trail Crew Members.
- Resource Conservation Technician.
- Administrative Assistant.
- Media and Internet Content Officer.
Q’Pasa has been able to establish that, in order to apply, you only need to state something about yourself, including language skills and educational background.
The good thing about this call is that you can apply for up to 10 jobs in which you would be willing to work.
Parks Canada hires over 3,000 students and temporary staff each year.
These team members work in a variety of jobs.
Additionally, our special locations are supported by many white-collar workers located within our historic sites.
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“Join an organization that recognizes the importance of work-life balance and work in some of the most prestigious locations,” the ad states.
Parks Canada says, that with them you can explore some of the most beautiful natural settings in Canada and “make memories that will last a lifetime.”
Lastly, he explains that they are committed to providing an inclusive work environment without barriers.
“If you need an accommodation to complete the application, please contact email@example.com. All information received regarding accommodation will be kept confidential.”
other temporary jobs
Working in child care is one of the most popular outlets. Especially for student girls who want to generate income sporadically.
And it is that you get to know more closely the daily customs, the culture and, above all, the language.
As there is no official schedule governing this field, you should know that the days are usually between 25 and 30 hours per week, with 1 day off per week.
With little to no previous experience, you’ll have a greater advantage in securing one of the highest in-demand temporary jobs in Canada.
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Don’t forget that you have many cities in Canada to choose from to study and find a job.
The main tasks of a barista include preparing food and drinks, advising customers on the products offered by the establishment, and maintaining orders and the company’s image.
It is perfect for students whose profession is the hospitality and gastronomy industry.
In this case, your role will be to welcome diners, seat them correctly, present them with menus, and ensure that customers at your table are well attended and comfortable with the evening.
Being another customer service job, your English level should also be sufficient to communicate with them.
Although it is one of the most common jobs and with the highest output for foreign students, the pay is not one of the highest.
However, this is offset by tips left by customers, which correspond to 15% to 20% of the bill in Canada.
It is distributed among workers, but it is the waiters who take the lion’s share.
The job of the housekeeper is to keep the hotel rooms in optimal condition.
To do this, so-called housekeepers must change sheets, towels, and make beds, in addition to cleaning the rest of the room.
One advantage in this position is that you do not need a high level of English, as your contact with the public is indirect.
With a little effort, you can work your way up to becoming a floor supervisor, even if you plan to be alone for a while.
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