At G Adventures, we are passionate about engagement! It is an essential aspect of working at G Adventures, whatever the role may be. But engagement doesn’t just magically appear or happen; it is a result of our company culture, and part of that culture are the events we stage, from events such as Celebrate Winning and Connect Culture Day to Connection Camp and of course, G Stock. Being connected and engaged is what keeps us together, be it a tour guide leading trips in some of the world’s most remote areas, or a team of office staff at one of our 24 offices around the world.
The Experience and Engagement Coordinator, known internally as G Force Coordinator, is integral to making the magic happen, fostering and promoting G Adventures culture both internally and externally. This means making sure all the fun stuff happens at G Adventures for both our office staff and our tour guides (known as Chief Experience Officers or CEO) all over the world.
This role is tasked with engaging our staff and CEOs at G Adventures by coordinating local and international events, supporting with administrative tasks for global programs, creating an unforgettable experience for any guests, and onboarding our new joiners in a fashion that replicates our award-winning tours to show them all that is amazing about G Adventures. It’s a role for someone who loves people, who sees the bigger picture and knows what is takes to enagage people in a meaningful way, and who can — as an integral part of a team — foster this engagement.
Location: 19 Charlotte Street, Toronto, ON, M5V 2H5
Salary Range: 46,500-47,000
Benefits: Health & Dental
Hours Per Week: 40
We thank all interested candidates however only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
***QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MUST HOLD APPROPRIATE CITIZENSHIP OR DOCUMENTS PERMITTING THEM TO RESIDE AND WORK IN CANADA***
G Adventures is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. We consider all qualified applicants and will meet the needs of those requiring reasonable accommodations.