Senior dark SKY project guide japanese speaking kai?rahi matua dark SKY project ng?i tahu to...
Lake Tekapo, CanterburyPermanentM? t?tou, ?, m? k? uri ? muri ake nei - for us and our children after us. Kia ora, would you like to work for Ng?i Tahu Tourism, one of the largest tourism operators in Aotearoa? Are you passionate about astronomy - and more importantly, a great storyteller? Do you enjoy creating 'out of this world' experiences for others? Ng?i Tahu Tourism hosts more than one million manuhiri (visitors) a year across our thirteen iconic businesses, with a fourteenth, the All Blacks Experience, due to open in 2020. We're on the hunt for a Senior Dark Sky Project Guide (Japanese Speaking) who is a stargazer at heart and wants to share their passion for the southern night sky with our manuhiri (visitors). We have just opened our new world-class Astronomy Centre on Takap? lakefront, bringing to life the science of stars and T?tai arorangi (M?ori astronomy) through a new immersive and engaging international experience. This experience is a world-first and already attracting interest from significant domestic and international partners. The new centre also features lakefront dining which promises to be a key highlight to domestic and international visitors to the region. We take great pride in welcoming manuhiri to our wide range of experiences across Aotearoa. Manaakitanga (hospitality) is one of the core values that drives the way we do business. As hosts, we care for our customers and our team as our own wh?nau. We offer not only a unique experience for visitors, but an awesome and fun place to work. We currently have one permanent position available, based in Takap?
Our Ideal Applicant Will:
have previous experience and enjoy public speaking be fluent in both english and japanese have excellent astronomy knowledge and previous experience as a tour guide be passionate about providing exceptional customer experiences enjoy breathing life into our experiences through clever storytelling be able to multi task at times, and stay cool under pressure be available to work shifts on weekdays, weekends and public holidays anything could happen in a day - and we need someone who isn't afraid of a long and varied to-do list! if "kia ora and welcome to earth & sky" rolls off your tongue, get in touch! looking to find out a little bit more about us? check us out here:
our purpose is to make the connection - with our customers, through our people, to our place and to ng?i tahu. cool things we offer competitive pay excellent training work uniforms company discounts an awesome place to work! keen? haere mai, apply now! (job code 30200). if you have any questions please contact kris wilson on 03 974 0368. dark sky project is a fun, unique and safe place to work and we'd like to keep it that way. before starting with us, you'll go through a range of checks, including drug and alcohol testing. health and safety is super important and this is part of how we keep you, our team and our customers safe applications close 1 august 2019. please also note successful candidates must:
be legally entitled to work in new zealand pass a range of health and safety requirements (including drug and alcohol testing) prior to starting with us job details reference # 30200 posted on 19 jul 2019 closes on 01 aug 2019 23:
55 location(s) lake tekapo expertise astronomy guide work arrangement permanent