Summer positions now up for grabs at Parc des Chutes Coulonge
Article published on 17 February 2022
last modification on 16 February 2022
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The Parc des Chutes Coulonge looking for hire new people to fill a summer job. The Director General of the Chute, André Puch. says they have positions to fill in reception, in park maintenance as well as jobs related to ziplining.

“That’s right, our season officially quicks off in April. So, we won’t just be starting with the annual egg hunt this year. The recruitment process is now underway, so when we arrive in April, we will have the people we need,” Piché says. “All the details will soon be made available on our social media, along with the position descriptions, etc. You will then be able to send your resume or ask questions at info chutescoulonge.qc.ca. We’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.”

Those interested are asked to visit the Parc des chutes Coulonge’s Facebook page, or apply directly by sending you resume to: info chutescoulonge.qc.ca.

The full interview in French with André Piché, director general of the Parc des Chutes Coulonge, is available here.

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