Summer Jobs

Canada Summer Jobs

To be eligible for the Canada Summer Jobs program:

  • be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment (you do NOT need to be a student)
  • be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment**; and,
  • have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations

These positions are with the Bridge River Valley Community Association and are subject to funding at this time.

Tourism Recovery Assistant
This student will aid in tourism recovery and will be responsible for the weekly delivery of visitors’ surveys, as well as distribution of tourist information such as maps, bylaw information, directions and general information about accommodations and the area. The student will aid in the design and delivery of community surveys to be used as an important tool in gauging community values and attitudes to visitors and tourism in the Bridge River Valley. Good communication skills will ensure clear messaging of COVID-19 health and safety regulations as the student provides support for recovery and the careful return to special events and celebrations in a rural community, including summer arts and cultural camps for children and families. Other responsibilities include maintaining records of survey counts, ensuring the tourism facilities are clean and safe, and assisting as needed with tourism related activities.
15 weeks, 30 hours per week, wage $15/hr and up dependent on experience.
Heritage Assistant
The student in this position will provide excellent customer service to local and visiting populations. Distribute tourist information such as maps, bylaw information, directions and general information about accommodations and the area. The student will help with heritage and geological interpretation, conduct energy and gold placer mine tours, and engage visitors with gold panning activities. The student will be required to research and interpret information about local heritage sites such as the Gold Bridge Cemetery, Haylmore Heritage Site, Bralorne Church, and the Bralorne Pioneer Museum to create a tour-like session of the historical and heritage attractions available to the public. Provide support to special events and virtual celebrations in a rural community, including Summerfest, Gold Bridge Days, and Canada Day. Other responsibilities include maintaining records of all activities on the site, ensuring the
facility is clean and safe, selling ice cream and other seasonal goodies, as well as liaising and working with local artisans on-site.
15 weeks, 30 hours per week, wage $15/hr and up dependent on experience.

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