It is our mission to provide visitors from all over the world with an authentic experience of the unique atmosphere and culture of our home in Canada’s North. As a well-established tourism company, we are diversifying our impacts and create a more resilient business. Doing this is not only fulfilling our long term mission of developing a self-sustaining Arctic Eco-Village but also investigating innovative solutions to major obstacles facing communities in the North: food and housing insecurity, decolonizing our economy, capacity development, and cultural revitalization.
Become part of the team!
Ever dream of living in the far North? We have the right job for you. Please find a list of open job positions below. Please submit your resume and cover letter through the online form at the bottom of the page. Please note that we will only process complete applications which include a cover letter and a resume.
Accommodations: Non-Inuvik residents have the opportunity to live on-site at the Okpik Arctic Village in a communal setting.
Tundra North Tours is developing the Okpik Arctic Village based out of a bush camp on the Mackenzie Delta, 16km outside of Inuvik, NWT. The Camp Manager would oversee the daily operations of developing the bush camp and manage the labor crew. Currently the focus of the work is clearing land, hauling wood and building cabins. As the camp manager you are responsible for ensuring the efficiency and safety of the work crew, facilitating the day to day operations/maintenance of the camp and keeping the facilities tidy and ready to receive clients.
Click here for detailed camp manager job description.
In the role of a guide you will be responsible for making sure the tours you have been assigned are appropriately prepped and ready to receive clients pre-arrival. During their stay you will be a main point of contact for clients and will be expected to troubleshoot any issues that arise during tours. The focus of Tundra North Tours’ is to provide culturally immersive experiences therefore a strong knowledge base of the Inuvialuit and Gwich’in culture is an asset. If you feel you are lacking in cultural knowledge but meet other qualifications please still apply as we also will be holding on the land cultural training programs
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As the office assistant you will report to the office manager and be responsible for assisting in the overall organization and administration of the business.
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The labor crew will be helping with the development of Okpik Arctic Village where the activities will range from clearing brush, debarking logs, milling lumber, building cabins, and general camp maintenance to maintain a clean and orderly facility for our visitors.
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cultural summer student:
This position is all about working with a team in a dynamic environment, trying your hand at many different roles at the Okpik Arctic Village and finding where you thrive. Gain experience in media, woodworking, guiding, fisheries, and on the land cultural programming.
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As a volunteer you stay with us at the Village, help us with our daily tasks and enjoy a unique Arctic experience for a few months.