Resort jobs in Canada
Are you prepared to work, reside, and have fun for a season or longer in one of Canada’s beautiful resort towns?
Arrive in Canada with everything planned out, including a great job, a place to live, and other necessities for the ideal Working Holiday.
Work in a hotel, mountain bike park, ski resort, golf course, restaurant, or epic activity provider that is one of our partners in the Rockies, Vancouver, or Western Canada.
A job in guest services, food, and beverage, front office, back office, retail, lifts, mountain operations, ski instruction, kitchen, housekeeping, kids camps, lifeguarding, or any other amazing career, can be obtained after you get in Canada.
You will work in some incredible locations with other young people from all over Canada and the world, whether you choose to live in a well-known tourist destination like Banff, Jasper, or Vancouver, or select a more secluded jewel in or close to UNESCO world heritage sites.
The best prospects are around the beginning of the primary peak seasons, though we may place you at any time of year.
November or December to April or May is considered winter.
the months of May or June through September or October.
Our program offers pre-departure assistance with visas, flights, insurance, work placement, and housing, as well as pre-departure and arrival assistance and ongoing support for the duration of your stay in Canada.
Although you must act quickly, there is still time to apply for a working holiday visa before the forthcoming winter season. Call right now and submit an application
What is Contain?
Interrogation of the program manager
Set up interview with Canadian employer (s)
Work opportunities in Canadian resort towns
A reservation for lodging close to your place of business
Program Supervisor’s assistance with departure
Indicators of income (S.I.N. and bank account)
Advice on how to travel to the resort and where to go after the season
reduced or free lift pass (ski resorts and mountain biking parks only)
Always-On Emergency Number
throughout your stay in Canada, ongoing assistance from our local team
Plan of the Program
interview with a program manager for Internex
until a compensated position is found, interviews with potential host companies.
Placement of accommodations
To aid you in preparing for your Canadian journey, visa support is available along with assistance with flights, travel insurance, medical insurance (which is required), and visas.
a schedule for your arrival at the closest international airport and a route to take to go to your workplace so you may start working as soon as you arrive.
assistance with a bank account, a tax identification number (S.I.N. ), and crucial information regarding working, visiting, and having fun while on a working holiday in Canada.
Start working at your employment and continue for the entire season. After the season is through, you have the option of applying to work the following one or traveling with your new friends to see more of Canada.
The following countries are included in the list: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, Croatia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Chile, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea Rep, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. If your nation is not listed, click here to view our other Work programs.
Work schedules, vacation days, and travel
Seasonal employees’ hours of work are not guaranteed, but they typically work between 25 and 40 hours per week, depending on the needs of the host company. You must be available to work on evenings, weekends, and holidays because these are busy times for the tourism industry.
During your working hours, such as on your days off, some local travel may be possible. However, given your busy schedule at work, it’s unlikely you’ll have time for any lengthy vacations. We advise taking some time off either before or after your placement to explore Canada. We collaborate with a number of tour operators for budget travelers who can show you the finest of Central America, the USA, and Mexico. Before you book your flights, we’ll provide you with advice on travel choices if you’re interested in a little more travel around your placement.
Guest services and bellhops are typical resort jobs in Canada.
- Sales and Retail
- Service of Food and Drink
- Gondola and lift operations, cleaning, and housekeeping
- Operation of the pools and lifeguards
- bike trails and golf courses
- Snow Patrol’s front desk, ski instructors, and night audit
- Children’s Daycare and Camp
- Construction professionals
- or a graduate of high school
- Aged 18-35 (Working Holiday visa required) (Working Holiday visa requirement)
- at least six months of experience working for pay
- English proficiency necessary for successful communication with clients and coworkers
- Having the capacity to labor from about mid-May to mid-October during the summer season (Note: some resorts have a shorter season June – September and some hotels offer up to 1 year placements )
check for criminal history
submitted a completed online application form together with a current résumé, motivation letter, and pertinent references.
video introduction introducing you and explaining why this program is appropriate for you
Other Canadian work visas, such as those for working holidays (for more information see our visa information)