New Remote Camp and Catering Jobs Available in Northern Alberta & BC

Overview:

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Are you an experienced Journeyman or Red Seal chef? Are you looking for a change? Do you want to work in a fast paced productive environment that rewards hard work and creativity? Then we want you!

With over 25 years of experience in the remote camp business we are a leader in remote camp catering. We understand that superior food service is essential to our success and that it starts with motivated and well trained staff. Come and join our team! Well over 50% of our applicants have been referred by existing employees who recommended Outland Camps to their friends and colleagues.

The Jobs:

Camp Manager

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Outland is looking for an experienced, customer-service oriented Camp Manager for one of their 500-1500 person camps. Candidates should be self-starters who possess effective skills in communication, time management and organization. More >

Chef

We are looking for dynamic and confident team players with a passion for food that are looking for a challenge. We offer a concept that allows you to cook from scratch while managing a kitchen and keeping food and labour budgets in line.

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The ideal candidate is a competent experienced a la carte Chef that can produce an amazing dining experience for 200-1200 people. More >

First Cook

The First Cook is responsible for the proper and timely preparation of meals including, but not limited to, food service, food safety and supervision of kitchen staff. More >

Second Cook

The Second Cook is responsible for Assisting the First Cook in the preparation of all menu items as needed in the camp. More >

Kitchen Support

The Kitchen Support staff support all aspects of the meal service and ensures the cleanliness of the common areas.  More >

Housekeeping

The Housekeeping staff ensures the cleanliness of the camp. More >

Maintenance

The Maintenance staff performs routine and preventative maintenance and repairs on camp infrastructure and equipment. More >

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