Foodies are our jam!
Do you stay on top of current food trends and new restaurant openings for fun? Do you have a passion for people and community? Does your dream job include being paid to eat out and call it “research”?
We are hiring an Operations Assistant / Culinary Guide in San Francisco. As a guide you will work between 4-16 hours a week plus 3-5 hours per week as an operations assistant. This will require a mix of remote and on the ground work. We do not have set work hours, but the position will require schedule flexibility and quick response times.
As a culinary guide you will host our culinary experiences by rolling up your sleeves and delving into hospitality while nerding out with guests about incredible food and drink. As a culinary host, people are drawn to your outgoing and positive attitude. You’re usually the one to host cocktail parties, walking around offering water and making sure guests have had enough to eat. You have an eye for detail and reading people - are they having a great time? Do they have a napkin? What can you do to make their experience awesome?
Not only do you drool over avocado toast, but you are organized and detail oriented. For reminders you trust your handy and helpful friend Slackbot, you nerd out when new features are released in Asana, and you love checking off tasks from your to do list. Asking questions and collecting resources is innate to you since you know it will get you closer to a solution. Flexibility, reacting quickly, and thinking on your feet is a skill you feel you can show off to others. You are a problem solver and love puzzles so building a project timeline and hitting deadlines is satisfying to you.
This is a fast paced, start-up environment that is growing quickly. Thinking on your feet and creatively, while problem solving with a growth mentality is crucial. We are a fast growing business, so there is growth potential for the right candidate.
About Avital Tours:
Avital Tours is a fun, quirky, woman-owned business started in San Francisco in 2011. Our core values are to Create Community, Breathe Curiosity, Communicate Compassion, Embrace Quirky, Seize Ownership, and Build Awesome Experiences. Our Mission is to deepen human connections through storytelling and food.
We build awesome culinary-focused experiences in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City, and are growing to include more cities in coming years. Our core experience is what we call a "progressive meal" - our quirky culinary guides take guests on a journey through a neighborhood, exploring its people and flavors through 4 different restaurants, with a seated prix fixe course at each. Our guests include corporate team building groups as well as private parties, locals, and culinary travelers.
To find out more information: https://avitaltours.com/san-francisco
Foodies are our jam!
What if we told you we’d love to reward/pay you for your passion for food?
Avital Tours is looking for food lovers to become part of our incredible team of culinary guides – quirky individuals who love talking about food almost as much as they enjoy eating it, and who are great at storytelling!
With us you’d be the host of one of the best culinary experiences in San Francisco. Yes, you’d guide our guests through a flavorful journey made of scrumptious dishes and delightful stories! Imagine hosting your ideal dinner party or cocktail party. (You must love meeting new people, sharing stories, hosting experiences, taking charge, and eating out & calling it “research!)
Intrigued? Wondering if you fit our bill? Let’s see:
To give you a better idea of who we are, here are our core values:
This is a part time, flexible employee position perfect for someone with other work/pursuits. Set your availability and work when you want!
Pay is hourly (4 hours/ tour shift) plus guest tips, for a total of $25-40 per hour. You should be comfortable with mobile technology and ideally have a smartphone. You should also be able to stand for long periods of time and walk distances and hills easily. Our ideal teammate is able to work independently and solve problems on their own as well as having a positive, team attitude. Consistent timeliness and the ability to manage a flexible schedule are key
And those foodie habits of yours? We’ll reward them! Each month you’ll earn dining points. Yes! Want to explore new restaurants? We’ll treat you!
We also love discovering new food venues as a team, so get ready for scrumptious team-building outings!
Our culinary experiences take place 7 days a week, with start times between 11am and 6pm.
Please click here to apply: https://goo.gl/forms/9JYSCbqYCR21qgO82
Position: Volunteer and Visitor Services Coordinator
Supervisor: Operations Director
Employment Status: Full time, hourly, Non-Exempt
Regular Work Schedule: Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00AM – 5:30PM
Essential Duties:The Volunteer and Visitor Services Coordinator shares responsibility for front desk operations and manages the Volunteer and special events program. This Operations team member reports to the Operations Director and provides administrative support to the all the Art Center’s departments through the coordination of the Volunteer Program and the support of the Richmond Art Center’s front desk and special event operations. This position is responsible for implementing volunteer, visitor services, and special events procedures, as well as supervision of volunteers and community service workers.
1. Volunteer Program:
2. Visitor Services:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES)
Bill Speidel Enterprises is currently seeking an enthusiastic, effective and assertive manager with superior leadership skills, to assume the exciting and challenging position of Tour Guide Manager.
Bill Speidel Enterprises fosters creativity, diversity and a multicultural workplace
Fat Tire Tours is looking for fun and engaging tour guides or performers to lead Segway, bike, and walking tours of the National Mall, Pennsylvania Ave, and beyond for both year-round and part time employment.
Tours happen seven days a week, morning, afternoon and evening, allowing you flexible scheduling around school obligations, internships, or other part-time work. There is no better way to get to know and experience a city than being a tour guide. Earn excellent interpersonal and public speaking experiencing while experiencing one of the most fun jobs in the world!
Tours run through Washington’s most scenic areas, offering guides a great opportunity to explore the city and meet guests from around the world while enjoying the fresh air and (mostly) sunny days. We're just beginning our 2019 tour season, our 15th in DC, and look forward to adding to our world-class team.
Have an opportunity to earn upwards of $20/hour between a competitive hourly wage and tips (yes! tour guides get tipped!).
TOUR GUIDE – FULL TIME/PART TIME
Guide Job Description
At A Day Away Kayak Tours, you can have the privilege to kayak in phenomenal areas whilegetting paid for it! As exciting as that is, our mission is more than turning a hobby into a living. We believe that connecting man with nature makes both healthier, so our patrons are our focus. As a guide, you will be tasked with enhancing the patron experience on every tour. First and foremost, our team must provide for the safety of all patrons. But more than that, the effect of friendly, informative, and engaging guides cannot be underestimated. Patrons can have a great time even if nature is not putting on “a good show” for the tour, ifthey walk away feeling like they made connections. This is the epitome of the guide’s job. Facilitating connection.
· Arrive at each tour on time, rested, and ready to work hard
· Follow instructions of the Trip Leader in execution of each trip
· Inform Trip leader of problem paddlers or dangerous situations
· Unload, clean, and prepare equipment for patrons
· Execute guide duties from a framework of teamwork
o Positive team environment ensures success of the individual, the team and the business
o Be proactive—if you see something that needs to be done: Do It. Don’t wait to be asked
o Job is not done until the vehicles are clean and all is secure and ready for the next trip
o Check and double check for equipment, trailers, and for misplaced gear
· Ensure patrons are safe on all tours
o Life Jackets on and buckled
o Stay in boats unless directed to get out
o No alcohol/drugs – patron or guide
o Stay with group
o Pay attention: looking for paddlers that are struggling
o Remain alert for potential hazards at all times on the shoreline and on the water
· Engage patrons appropriatelyto make their trip enjoyable and safe
o Talking and taking initiative in engaging them. ASK QUESTIONS about themselves…
o Help them paddle effectively and safely
o Have FUN with them
o Tow patrons should circumstance demand
o Maintain a positive, cheerful attitude
o Be willing to deliver firm instruction should a patron divert from instructions given
· Know and follow all ADA Policies
Pay: varies based on experience and credentials, but guides can expect to make an average of at least $12-$15/hr with tips. Opportunity for increase if promoted to Trip Lead or by earning external certifications.
· CPR Certification is mandatory and at your expense; it is your responsibility to locate a training facility and schedule such training. If you are able to join us for our annual Guide Training in May, you will have an opportunity to earn it with the instructor we provide(You have 60 days from the date of hire to obtain a CPR certification.)
· ADA Policies:We have 1 mandatory day of policy training for the year. During this training, we will go over all company policies & procedures for the year.
· ACA Kayaking Certification is required annually for all guides. This certification is provided by ADA to all staff at the start of the summer season (May) for FREE.
How to Apply for Position
For more information, you can call the A Day Away Office.
Resumes need to be emailed by April 31st, 2016.
Interviews will take place in April. While we sincerely appreciate all applicants, only those candidates selected will be contacted to set up an interview date & time.
Skills and Knowledge:
· Enjoys engaging visitors, answering questions, and offering travel advice.
· Has an awareness of current special events, exhibits and cultural trends.
· Demonstrates patience, tolerance, and sensitivity to guests and colleagues.
· Exceptional verbal communication, listening, and presentation skills to handle customers in a friendly and helpful manner.
· Delivering a tour narrative in an energetic, enthusiastic and professional manner.
· Presenting accurate statistics and dates through engaging stories.
· Adding tasteful and appropriate personal anecdotes and enhancements to the tour narrative.
· Knows and loves everything about New Orleans.
· Has a Tour Guide Permit issued by the City of New Orleans.
· High School education or higher.
· 7 Days a week scheduling of Daytime Shifts
· Part Time & Full Time Positions
· Scheduling Mix: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour, Cemetery Walking Tour, French Quarter Walking Tour, Garden District Walking Tour.
Lake Travis Zipline Adventures is seeking FUN, ADVENTUROUS, OUTGOING and SAFETY ORIENTED... ZIPLINE TOUR GUIDES! Our Season runs March 1st - November 30th. We are currently hiring for our 2019 season. Must be physically fit, confident at speaking and entertaining the public. Training provided. Applicants required to work weekends and holidays throughout our season. Leadership qualities a must! Part time position (25-35 hrs wk), $10.80/Hr + Tips (Average $20.00+/hr with tips) must be 18 or older. You can reply to this posting with your resume. Training will begin in February 2019.
check us out on FACEBOOK -Lake Travis Zipline Adventures or ziplaketravis.com
**Currently hiring East Bay and San Francisco consultants**
Are you a 'people person'? Is great customer service your passion? Have you lived in the Bay Area for at least two years?
We are a relocation company working with local companies and their employees and are looking for a Destination Service consultant (DSC)/tour guide to join our growing team.
Our consultants work predominantly on weekends (particularly Saturdays). There are a limited number of tours available on weekdays.
As a consultant, you will be responsible for providing area and rental tours to our domestic and international clients. This involves the preparation of an itinerary and accompanying our clients to scheduled rental appointments.
To be a great fit for this position ideally you will:
Prior experience in this type of work is an advantage but not essential as we offer a mentor program for new consultants.
Please note that this role does not guarantee regular hours as tour work is usually on weekends. However during our busy summer season (April through September) tour volume is high and opportunities for multiple tours, on weekends and on weekdays, are often available.
This is a 1099 contract position.
To oversee all duties pertaining to the smooth operation of the Fairbanks tours and guest services, including guiding aurora tours and daytime tours. Help visitors to Fairbanks be prepared and feel safe. Do the same for the transient guide team. Run the "team household" and keep everything in order.
Visitor Services/Tour Guide Intern
June 15, 2020toSeptember 6, 2020
Aerial Fire Depot
Flexible start and end dates:Interns will serve as tour guides and work in the Smokejumper visitor center. Interns will assist with greeting visitors, leading tours of the Smokejumper facility, and providing miscellaneous visitor services such as answering questions and assisting with school and kids groups.Compensation amounts:
$1,100 - one time RT travel allowance
$100 - weekly living allowance
AmeriCorps eligible ($1,612 education award)
*All allowances subject to applicable federal, state, and local taxes
Training opportunities include first aid and CPR training, defensive driving, and possibly other Forest Service specific training.
Lectures and speakers through the Forest Service and the University of Montana. Missoula is also surrounded by public land which offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Main Area of Focus
Visitor Services and Site Operations
Education, Training & Skills Expected
some coursework or experience
some coursework or experience
Ecology & Restoration
some coursework or experience
some coursework or experience
some coursework or experience
Working with Children
Housing or Stipend Provided?
Housing will be in a Forest Service dormitory that includes a full kitchen facility, a recreation room with cable TV and wireless internet, a small workout facility and laundry room. Rooms are double occupancy.
About the Company:
Catalina Island Company, the resort operator on Catalina Island, is located 22 miles off the coast of southern California and offers an abundance of amenities including Descanso Beach Club and Canyon, Island Spa Catalina, Pavilion Hotel, Avalon Grille, state-of-the-art beachfront conference and meeting space Catherine’s Terrace, as well as Banning House Lodge & Villas, Harbor Reef Restaurant and Harbor Sands in Two Harbors. The Catalina Island Company boasts more than 25 activities and tours designed to introduce visitors to the island’s natural beauty and rich history including the Zip Line Eco Tour, East End Adventure, Undersea Expedition and many more.
We are committed to encouraging and developing our team in a world class environment and are continuously developing the products and services we offer to increase the standards on Catalina Island – “California’s Island Escape”.
Under supervision of the Director of Descanso Canyon Activities, in accordance with the mission and vision of the Island Company, the Zip line Guide enjoys working in a beachside woodland setting, leading and coaching guests as they explore and climb through a series of zip lines. This is an active outdoor position that ensures the safety and well-being of all guests and provides assistance and guidance where needed. In addition to ensuring guest safety, it is the duty of the Zip line Guides to ensure that each guest has an enjoyable and memorable experience.
The incumbent is responsible for the safety and exceptional experience of all zip line eco tour participants.
2. Tour Duties
3. Post Tour Duties
Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to effectively respond to questions from managers, clients, customers and the general public. Ability to write clear inspection and safety reports. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
Candidates must have the physical capability to maneuver themselves as well as assist and accommodate participants of various sizes throughout the course, including rescue scenarios.
Each Zipline Guide is required to work in a fast-paced, physical, social, professional, and team-oriented work environment. Nearly all of the work is conducted outdoors in varied climates from 40-90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Alcohol & Drug Screening:
Employees may not arrive on duty under the influence of alcohol or drugs. As this position is a safety sensitive position, employees will be subject to random alcohol and drug testing if it is suspected that an employee is at work under the influence of alcohol or drugs (including misuse of prescription medications).
We offer a highly competitive salary with health, dental life, 401K Match, vacation and sick benefits for all Full Time regular positions. Both Full Time and Part Time positions receive discounts in F&B outlets in the company and discounted hotel rooms and activity tours.
Education and/or Experience:
Lion Scout (Tour Guide)
Penn State University
Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
open until filled
Penn State Behrend
Lion Scouts provide campus tours to prospective students and their families, develop and maintain a strong working knowledge of pertinent information regarding Penn State programs and the admissions process, respond to prospective students request for information competently and professionally, and participate in daily and weekend prospect and offer open houses and learn about Behrend programs. Other duties may be assigned as necessary. Lion Scouts must be current students and must maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA. Preference is given to students with a GPA of at least a 2.5 or evidence of high school academic success in freshman applicants.
CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Pennsylvania Act of 1988, Penn State publishes a combined Annual Security and Annual Fire Safety Report (ASR). The ASR includes crime statistics and institutional policies concerning campus security, such as those concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters. The ASR is available for review at https://police.psu.edu/annual-security-reports.
EEO Is The Law
Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
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Amelia Island Plantation Resort
At Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort guests can explore 3.5 miles of pristine beach and scenic marshlands whileenjoying luxurious oceanfront accommodations, world-class resort pools, championship golf, full-service spa, endless dining options and family-friendly activities.
Omni Amelia Island Plantation associates enjoy a dynamic and exciting work environment, comprehensive training and mentoring, along with the pride that comes from working for a company with a reputation for exceptional service. We embody a culture of respect, gratitude and empowerment day in and day out. If you are a friendly, motivated person, with a passion to serve others, the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort may be your perfect match.
To provide a unique experience by offering bike rentals, Island Hoppers, and Segway Tours
Seasonal positions can start as early as January.
Maintain standards of guest services and consistent positive guest experience as documented by J.D. Power and AAA Ratings
Knowledgeable about all hotel amenities
Attend and participate in weekly Amelia's Wheels' meetings and monthly Omni Service Tradition
Associate must be able to walk throughout property, have a valid drivers license, communicate verbally clear to our guests, multi task effectively
Responsible for opening and closing procedures of Amelia's Wheels
Maintain clear communication with associates and guests
Daily maintenance of all Amelia's Wheels Bicycles, Island Hoppers and Segways
Monitor cleanliness of inside and outside of Amelia's Wheels including restrooms
Promote Segway tours, Island Hopper and Bicycle rentals
Be knowledgeable of Omni's culture and the 6 pillars
Knowledgeable of other Omni outlets and company events to promote to guests
Able to ride a Segway and become a certified instructor to lead property Segway tours
Be familiar with Omni Amelia Island Plantation bike trails and tour routes
Become certificated in First Aid
Valid drivers licenses
Intermediate computer skills for POS/Rental systems
Able to lift and lift up to 75 pounds
Able to stoop, stand, push, pull and walk or stand for long periods of time
Must be able to hear, smell, have good or corrected vision, and a good sense of balance
Associate must be able to walk throughout property, have a valid drivers license, communicate verbally clear to our guests, and multi task effectively
Omni Hotels & Resorts is an equal opportunity/AA/Disability/Veteran employer. The EEO is the Law poster and its supplement are available using the following links: and the following link is the If you are interested in applying for employment with Omni Hotels & Resorts and need special assistance to apply for a posted position, please send an email to .
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