We are looking for an experienced professional to join our work of developing and enhancing tourism destinations and products in Alberta. Applying developed analytical and critical thinking skills, proven business acumen and knowledge, project management experience coupled with sound research and analytical skills, the Tourism Business Development Officer is responsible for developing and coordinating delivery of business development programs within the position's assigned territory. The position works directly with private (for-profit) businesses to assist clients with developing new and enhanced tourism attractions, experiences, and services. This position's primary responsibilities include the provision of business services to tourism entrepreneurs and enterprises including business coaching, training, pathfinding, and support services.
Culture and Tourism, Montana – Are you passionate about travel in Alberta? Be part of the Team that promotes Alberta to travelers from all over the world! As the first point of contact for visitors to Alberta, you have the opportunity to engage visitors in conversations that increase their knowledge about the amazing authentic experiences in breathtaking landscapes that Alberta has to offer. We are seeking individuals that are personable, customer service oriented, resourceful, proactive and enthusiastic about promoting Alberta. Excellent interpersonal, communication, sales and promotional skills are required for success in this position. Exciting summer employment opportunities are available at the West Glacier, Montana Travel Alberta Visitor Information Centre. Increase your knowledge of the great tourism experiences and destinations that Alberta has to offer, develop skills that will benefit you for future employment, and connect with people from all over the world.
The Friends of Jasper National Park are looking for an Educational Programmer to be part of our dynamic team. The programmer will prepare and deliver engaging and interactive programs for different age groups and backgrounds that give people an opportunity to experience, learn about and connect with Jasper’s rich natural and cultural heritage.
The Friends of Jasper National Park are looking for an Administrative Assistant to be part of our dynamic team. This position will assist with all aspects relating to the day to day operations of a successful not-forprofit association including administration, marketing and fund development.
The Friends of Jasper National Park is looking for a Sales Associate to be part of our dynamic team. This position will help with our fundraising efforts throughout the summer months at our sales outlet, located in the Jasper National Park Information Centre.
Reporting to the Director of Business Development, the Business Development Coordinator is responsible for administratively supporting the Travel Trade and Media Teams. This includes coordinating client familiarization tours to Jasper, planning media itineraries and managing Tourism Jasper’s client database.
The Coordinator will play a key role in driving Tourism Jasper’s effectiveness as a team. As a relevant and practical resource for Tourism Jasper Shareholders to grow their business, a proactive and detailed oriented approach to business development is required to deliver on Tourism Jasper’s strategic objectives.
Job Duties include: prepare and serve specialty food; bill customers and accept payment; describe menu items including daily specials; advise on menu selections; take orders and relay to kitchen and bar staff; serve food and beverages; advise on wine selection; greet patrons; address customers' complaints or concerns; balance cash and record sales; clear and clean tables, trays and chairs; assist clients/guests with special needs. Must be of legal age to mix and serve alcoholic beverages.
Job Description: supervise and co-ordinate activities of staff who prepare and portion food; estimate and order ingredients and supplies; ensure food service and quality control; maintain records and prepare and submit reports; prepare food order summaries for chef; must have knowledge of the establishment’s culinary genres; supervise and check assembly of trays and delivery of food trolleys; establish work schedules; hire and train staff in job duties, sanitation and safety procedures; prepare budget and cost estimates; and address customers' complaints or concerns.
Job duties include: training staff in preparation, cooking and handling of food; supervising kitchen staff and helpers; ordering supplies and equipment; inspecting kitchens and food service areas; cleaning kitchen and work areas; preparing and cooking complete meals or individual dishes and foods; planning menus, determining size of food portions, estimating food requirements and costs, and monitoring and ordering supplies; preparing dishes for customers with food allergies or intolerances.