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Moraine Lake Lodge & Cathedral Mountain Lodge need you this summer!

February 28, 2013 | Posted by: admin

Canadian Rockies, A.B. and B.C. – Two of the Canadian Rockies’ most unique seasonal properties, Moraine Lake Lodge in Banff National Park, Alberta, and Cathedral Mountain Lodge in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, are looking for team members for their 2013 operating season.

Both lodges offer exciting work opportunities in the most beautiful locations in the Canadian Rockies, just 15 minutes from Lake Louise. Team members enjoy unlimited hiking, camping, climbing, white water rafting, wildlife watching, and countless other outdoor adventures.

In order to provide guests with a consistent level of quality service, team members will be required to commit to working for the entire season (mid May – early October). The ideal candidates have out-going personalities, an appreciation for excellent guest service and a love for the outdoors.

“Our two lodges in the Rockies employ over 100 team members during our operating season,” said Human Resources Manager, Nicole Kopchia. “We are looking for a well-rounded team that can deliver on our vision – to create experiences that people are amazed by.”

Jobs available include retail sales associates, housekeeping attendants, front desk agents, canoe attendants, driver/maintenance workers, dishwashers, dining room hosts & servers, cooks, and café attendants. Staff housing is available on-site.

If you are interested in applying, please visit to get more information on specific positions and to fill out an application form. Interested individuals are also encouraged to visit the lodge websites: and to gather more information on the locations of the properties. The application deadline is March 30, 2013.

Cathedral Mountain Lodge and Moraine Lake Lodge are part of the Capilano Group of Companies, which is owned and operated by Nancy Stibbard, who has also developed the world renowned Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver, B.C.



Media Contact:
Stacy Chala
Communications Manager, Vancouver, BC