BUNAC – WORK CANADA PROGRAMME

By natives_cs, 22 Jul '15 at 12:04

With work, travel and volunteering opportunities around the world, travelling with BUNAC will be one of the most fun, challenging and rewarding experiences you'll ever have! Established in 1962, BUNAC is now the UK's leading work abroad and volunteer organisation, offering great value travel programmes you can trust.
 
From the ski slopes of Whistler to the vast lakes of Ontario, you could spend up to a season working in Canada with assistance pre-arranging a job from BUNAC. Take advantage of a group flight with other BUNACers working in Canada, this is a great opportunity to meet people before you depart and takes the worry out of flying alone. The long flight is broken up with an amazing 3 day stop-over in Iceland, with plenty of photo opportunities.



GOT AN IEC VISA FOR 2015?
Congrats on gaining a 2015 visa! BUNAC's very popular Work Canada programme gives you the opportunity to have an unforgettable experience, by helping you with a guaranteed job.
Interviews for winter jobs 2015 on our Ultimate Package are happening in July and August. Sign up to the programme and secure your interview spot.

WANT TO HEAD TO CANADA IN 2015/16? 
With visas for British passport holders limited to 5,000, places on the programme fill up fast. One of the most common reasons for rejection is an incomplete or incorrect application. With 25 years experience, we can help you get your Canadian work permit application right first time. You need to be a British Citizen aged between 18-30 to be eligible for this programme.

Whether you have been lucky enough to gain a visa to work in Canada this year, or excited to be part of the programme next year, then here are just some of the guaranteed jobs you could be yours:

Ski Concierge ($12.32 per hour + tips)
  • Start Date: November 2015
  • Transporting and organising guests ski equipment on the mountain to ensure they have a great time.
  • This is a physically demanding role, so it is important to be in good physical health.

  • Spa Front Desk ($14.26 per hour + tips)
  • Start Date: 1November 2015
  • Hours of work: 32-40 hours per week
  • Checking guests in and out of the spa, and handling guest’s problems and complaints and managing bookings.

  • Base Lodge Services Attendants, Ontario ($11.08 per hour)
  • Start Date: November 2015
  • Hours of work: 32-40 hours per week
  • Working on one of Ontario’s finest resorts, duties include ensuring that food is prepared quickly and precisely and to fill requirements made by guests.



  • The perks of working in Ontario and/or Whistler include:
  • Subsidised onsite accommodation
  • Discounted/Free Ski Pass
  • Employee Meals
  • Social events and party nights for international staff
  • Free ski rental Mon-Thu
  • Interviews in London offices
  • ^ Opportunity to qualify as a Level 1 Ski or Snowboard instructor for free

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