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It would be considered acceptable to come for an interview dressed in jeans with a professional top or business casual.

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Staff scheduled transportation is provided to and from our remote lodges from our Edmonton or Grande Prairie offices at no cost. Transportation to Edmonton or Grande Prairie is not provided.

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Employees are typically scheduled for a 12 hour working day on either a day or night shift. The specific start and end times will vary depending on the site.

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The rotational basis of remote camp work leads to employees being away from family for extended periods of time which can be challenging. Our remote lodges offer free Wi-Fi and / or phone access allowing staff to stay in contact with their family while in camp.

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You should expect to work a steady 12 hour shift for up to 3 weeks straight.

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In general, staff are scheduled for 12 hours of work per day.

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There is no feedback lef5 in the dark

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Uniforms are provided free of charge for kitchen and housekeeping staff. Management would be expected to dress in business casual attire. Full details of our dress code are outlined for new hires during employee orientation.

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The compensation for the Housekeeper role is typically variable based upon the contract for the lodge worked at.

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The compensation for a Baker is variable depending on lodge contract.

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