Guide Staff

 

 
Beyond Malibu sea kayaking and mountain guide staff positions are a two year commitment to the front lines of our ministry. Guides are the primary facilitator of the spiritual content of each week. Guides work in partnership with group leaders to develop and implement spiritual experience of the trip. They are trained in both ministry and technical skills in order to provide a safe adventurous week-long wilderness experience designed specifically to meet the wants and needs of each group. Because of the responsibilities of this position, we are looking for people 21 years or older who are emotionally mature, have well developed leadership skills, and at least two years of ministry experience. No mountaineering or sea kayaking experience is required but being comfortable in the wilderness setting is a plus. We provide all of the technical training you will need. Being rooted strongly in Christ is definitely a requirement. The work is hard but the joys of serving others, building relationships, and seeing God move are well worth the sweat.

 

 
 

 

Position Description
Mountain Guide

Live and work at our base camp in the Princess Louisa inlet, leading 3-5 trips each summer over two summers. Weeks in base camp will be spent working with a guide partner to plan intentional weeks designed to facilitate encounters with Christ in the wilderness.  This includes dedicated time for Bible study and space to tailor the content for the needs of each group.  Full participation in the base camp community at large is expected, including working and developing relationships with base camp staff, guide staff, and leadership.  Expect to serve while helping with whatever is needed, both at Base Camp and on the mountain. You are expected to attend four training weekends from March through May in the Pacific Northwest and attend a subsidized advanced wilderness first aid course the first part of June your first year. 

Sea Kayaking Guide

Live and work at Malibu Landing in Egmont, BC, leading trips each summer over two summers. Weeks in Egmont will be spent working with a guide partner to plan intentional weeks designed to facilitate encounters with Christ in the wilderness, including dedicated time for Bible study and space to tailor the content for the needs of each group. Additionally, sea kayak guides have the privilege of greeting every trip coming into and out of the inlet, facilitating their transition into the wilderness. You are expected to attend four training weekends from March through May in the Pacific Northwest and attend a subsidized advanced wilderness first aid course the first part of June your first year.

 


 

Click the link below to start your application today. 

Guide Intern Job Description.​ Email us for an Application.

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Beyond Malibu
PO Box 15662
Seattle, WA, 98115-0662
USA

CALL US: (206) 525-0791
FAX: (206) 525-1207

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