Summit Camps
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Head Housekeeper? in Mayo, YT
on 1 March 2021
Lots of promises
if you do get a pay check it won't be right and make sure to have your contract and a record of your hours handy or you with be bent over.Learned a lot and am grateful for the experience however that was clearly a one way street. sink or swim environment. was able to approach management with issues however usually met with "i hear you but so what" attitude.... mid level managers had a high turn over rate due to lack of support and mentorship which lead to immediate resentment from staff. was encouraged to put up with verbal abuse from team members because head office refused to hire the appropriate staff or let go of the abusive staff. extremely challenging emotionally and physically but a great learning experience if you can compartmentalize and suck it up for awhile.
Chef in British Columbia & Yukon
on 25 March 2021
Family feel with awesome opportunities.
I have travelled all over Western Canada with Summit. The camps are always located is beautiful locations. Working in camp can be tough with covid, but I think Summit really tries to support everyone. A fun experience and you meet great people.If you love remote places to explore Summit is the company to join. Firecamps are the best.
Camp Attendant in Yukon, YT
on 5 January 2021
Management is disorganized, uncaring, unprofessional and incompetent. Huge staff turnover. Sudden changes to schedule and work location.
They'll tell you a schedule then they will change it several times, probably to a different location than where you were first told. You're trapped at a sober camp for weeks at a time 24/7. Huge staff turnover because of low pay and stress due to constant incompetent management. They have a poor reputation amongst industry professionals. Management don't communicate to the employees or amongst themselves,Most of my coworkers arent happy and it leads to a bad work culture. Daily jokes about incompetent management which is full of nepotism. Constantly understaffed. All your food is highly processed although the cooks do the best they can with the food that is available.
Kitchen Helper/Server in Quesnel, BC
on 24 August 2020
Enjoyed working there
I helped serve dinner met alot of people province wide including firefighters from Mexico and over all was a good experience . management was easy going and helped tackle issues if they occured.helped place food orders and kept track of numbers of workers in the camp coming and going security was helpful as well.
Housekeeping/General Helper / Victoria Gold, Summit Mayo, Yukon in Mayo, YT
on 16 March 2020
Got to work in fast-pace, Stressful.
I learned how to become a housekeeper, how to keep everything well organized. A day at work every day was kind of stressful, but I've got everything done on time. The hardest part of the job was carrying heavy boxes, without no cart to push it on.

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