Working With Us
We are always keen to hear from people interested in working with us at Wilderness Scotland, both in our office and as guides.
Available positions are listed below while some general notes on our requirements for both office and guiding team follow.
If you are interested in an advertised position then please follow the ‘How to Apply’ section within the advertised role below. If you are applying speculatively, then please email [email protected] your CV along with a separate one page statement on how your experience can add value to Wilderness Scotland. As we receive a large quantity of CVs each year, we will only respond if your application includes this statement.
Employment opportunities are posted below as and when they arise so please click through to the relevant opportunity. We are always interested to hear from potential new guides so please do follow the steps above if you are interested in a freelance guiding career with Wilderness Scotland. In 2017, we will require an increased number of guides from northern England who are familiar with the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales sand North York Moors so if this is you then please do get in touch using the process outlined above.
Wilderness Scotland is an Accredited Training Centre for the International Sea Kayak Guide Association (ISKGA)
ISKGA is a professional and dedicated association representing the commercial sea kayak guide who guides others on the ocean.
The ISKGA Coastal and Advanced Guide are professional awards for people wanting to make a career in the industry. It is internationally recognized as the benchmark of a professional sea kayak guide, employers can employ with confidence, knowing that each individual has received thorough training and assessment, over a period of time and is current and active in ALL aspects of guiding.
Myles Farnbank & Howard Jeffs two of our Senior sea kayak guides are both ISKGA Advanced Guides & module providers for the full spectrum of ISKGA courses.
If you are interested in finding out more or to book onto our ISKGA training courses please contact Myles Farnbank.
To find out more about ISKGA please visit www.iskga.com