Employment Opportunities

Are you looking for temporary or part time employment in the tourism industry on one of the last greatest fly fishing rivers in BC? During the last 40+ years our vision has not changed for Damdochax River Lodge. We want to offer a rich, rewarding and memorable angling experience. Basically its simple, give people what they want – great fishing, knowledgeable guiding, and personalized service. A love of the outdoors and wilderness skills are are definitely an asset for all of our employment opportunities. All applicants must be Canadian citizens.

Seasonal Laborer – June/July/August

During our setup period in the summer we are always looking for skilled workers to help set up the camps, work on trails, perform mechanical maintenance, basic carpentry and building and all around general team camp work, including, but not limited to: whipper snipping, chainsaw work, landscaping, plumbing, electrical, splitting firewood and cleanup of building sites. First aid certification is mandatory. Bandsaw, chainsaw and tree falling/bucking experience is an asset.

Faller/Bucker – June/July

In the early season we are needing a faller/bucker on site, for one to three weeks each season, to help us cultivate danger trees, build bridges, prepare firewood for the fishing season, and help the rest of the crew to mill lumber for building projects through the summer and fall. First aid certification and insurance is mandatory, and milling experience is an asset.

Fly Fishing Guide – August/September/October

Our fishing guides are responsible for guiding and managing the safety of our Trout, Salmon and Steelhead guests angling days by taking them walking or rafting to the various sections of the river we fish, based out of one of our two camps on the Damdochax River. Rafting experience and first aid certification is mandatory. General mechanical knowledge and meal preparation is an asset, as daily camp maintenance is often shared by all.

Chef/Camp Cook/Baker – August/September/October

Contract lengths do vary each season, but as a general rule a seven to eight week contract is the norm. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: meal planning, ordering, meal preparation, serving, weekly food inventory, cleanup, general camp maintenance and supervision. First aid certification is mandatory.