Heritage Presenters deliver information, interpretive programs and events in a variety of settings that inspire and encourage visitors to enjoy and support the natural and cultural history of the national parks. Duties vary, depending on the team requirements and individual abilities. Positions available may include:
• Delivering Indigenous cultural programs (storytelling, demonstrations, music, etc.). Delivering hands-on family programs such as drumming, or tipi teachings at the campgrounds or evening campfire talks.
• Assisting at special events such as Parks Day, Aboriginal Day, and Canada Day.
• Delivering street theatre or theatre programs at Whistlers outdoor theatre. Preparing props and costumes for theatre programs.
• Roves, hikes and/or point duty at various locations sharing natural and cultural history with park visitors.
• Wildlife Guardian duties include patrolling busy areas of the park for wildlife jams and ensuring safe wildlife viewing. This includes providing visitors with safety and interpretive messages; traffic management and assisting resource conservation staff.
This is challenging, exciting and immensely rewarding work for the right person. Safety and job training is provided and you are usually not working alone. A summer season usually starts in early May and ends in early to mid- September, but opportunities for extended seasons sometimes are available.
Visit the link below for more information: