Provincial Park Trailhead Worker-Sea to Sky Corridor

  • Mt Seymour Resorts Ltd
  • Front-line
    • Full Time | 
    • Seasonal
  • 1700 Mount Seymour Road
  • 8 position available
  • Assessible Employer: Yes
  • Open to International applicants with valid Canadian Work permits: Yes
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Posted on May 18, 2023

Job Description

Would you like to work where many people just dream of visiting? You can make that possible by joining the team at Sea to Sky Parks, working in BC’s beautiful Provincial Parks you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy the best British Columbia has to offer, and call it your office!

Sea to Sky Parks is currently hiring for full time, seasonal trailhead ambassadors to join our team working at trailheads within Garibaldi Provincial Park in the Sea to Sky corridor. Positions will commence early June and run until October 2023.


Reporting to the Trailhead Supervisor, the Trailhead Ambassadors are responsible for providing information and answering questions as well as trail maintenance/cleaning at some key trailheads in the Sea to Sky corridor – Diamond Head, Rubble Creek, and Cheakamus Lake.


Seasonal employment

Hourly wage.

Uniform provided.

Staff that complete a full summer season for Sea to Sky Parks are eligible to receive a full season pass from our parent company Mt Seymour Resorts the following winter worth $800. Ski and ride all season long and take advantage of reciprocal deals with other mountain partners in BC.


Sea to Sky Parks is a subsidiary company of Mt Seymour. We are a park facility operator for the provincial parks located along the Sea to Sky Corridor and in the Fraser Valley. We are committed to providing park visitors with quality campground and day use park facilities and preserving the legacy of BC Parks.

Sea to Sky Parks is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.  utifu

Responsibilities & Qualifications


A positive and friendly attitude in all weather conditions.

Minimum N driver licence and clean abstract.

Able to follow direction and work unsupervised.

Able to work weekends and holidays.

Your own transportation to get to and from Alice Lake Provincial Park, Squamish, staging area before using work vehicle to travel to the trailhead for work.

You want to work outdoors for the summer.

You have a passion for outdoor recreation and backcountry safety/stewardship.

You have great public relations and guest service skills.

You work well in a team and independently.

You are self motivated and proactive.



Job Application Process

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