Do you love tourism and hospitality, as well as keeping people organized? Well Blachford Lake Lodge is looking for you to join our team! We are seeking a part time HR & Administrative Coordinator to work part time, based in our Yellowknife office.
- Coordination of hiring, scheduling and training of staff and volunteers
- End of contract and exit surveys
- Staff travel coordination as needed
- HR Record keeping
- Upkeep of licensing and permitting
- Organization of record keeping
- Assisting the Lodge Owner with various administrative tasks
- Sales & Marketing assistance (taking and processing bookings/payments)
- 3-5 years experience in HR & administration for a private business
- Sales experience
- Working knowledge of WSCC & NWT labour standards
- Ability to work efficiently in Microsoft Word programs
- Pervious sales experience considered an asset
- Tourism/Hospitality Certification considered an asset
- Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
About the Lodge
Welcome to Blachford Lake Lodge, your home away from home in the serene, Canadian north. Blachford Lake Lodge is located in the rugged wilderness of Northern Canada, in superb Aurora-watching country. Perched on a rock knoll overlooking Blachford Lake, it is a half-hour bush-plane from the city of Yellowknife, the capital of Canada’s Northwest Territories.
Our lodge is the only fly-in wilderness resort on Blachford Lake, which is a remote 17 kilometre (12 mile) lake. The lodge is a 25-minute bush plane flight from Yellowknife, the capital of the Northwest Territories and is located north of the East Arm of Great Slave Lake. Yellowknife is easily accessible with daily flight service from most major U.S. and Canadian cities, and same-day connections through Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta. Currently, regulations mandate you must quarantine for 14 full days in Yellowknife prior to heading out to the lodge.
Many miles from roads, or national suppliers of electricity and water, our lodge nonetheless provides many of the benefits of a luxury hotel, with the priceless addition of a pristine wilderness environment, unpolluted by artificial light or noise, the perfect setting for watching the Aurora Borealis (also known as the Northern Lights).
The lodge has been in operation since 1981, and we pride ourselves on providing our guests (local, domestic and international) with a safe, all inclusive and wilderness experience with world class hospitality.
*please note this position is based in Yellowknife*