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Line Cook

Santa Catalina Island Company Orange, CA +6 locations

Seasonal and Full time Cook I, Cook II, and Cook III for this island resort. Reporting to the outlet's Chef de Cuisine, duties will include but not… Santa Catalina Island Company

30+ days ago

Restaurant Supervisor - Two Harbors, Catalina Island

Santa Catalina Island Company Newport Beach, CA +4 locations

Seasonal and Fulltime Supervisors Required. We are looking for an enthusiastic supervisor to provide an excellent guest experience. The successful… Santa Catalina Island Company

30+ days ago

Sous Chef

Santa Catalina Island Company Los Angeles, CA +6 locations

• Reports to the Chef de Cuisine • Maintaining the highest of departmental standard as determined by the Chef de Cuisine • Must stay abreast… Santa Catalina Island Company

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    Definitely a memorable experience working as a Zip Line Tour Guide

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    Former Employee - Zipline Eco Tour Guide  in  Avalon, CA
    Former Employee - Zipline Eco Tour Guide in Avalon, CA

    I worked at Santa Catalina Island Company full-time for less than a year


    Get to meet people from all over the world. It is very easy to network with people who are on your Tours and make good connections with them that could lead to job or intern opportunities in the future. Depending on your tours, you can get 0 tip to over $100 of tip on just one tour. You are outdoors all day pretty much hanging out with people and making sure they are safe throughout the tour. If you are in to Fitness, its like a day long workout. You are constantly moving around, throwing and catching people.


    I personally found it to be pretty physically and mentally exhausting by the end of the summer working on the Zipline. Being out in the sun 30- 40 hours a week and having to constantly be up beat and energetic wore me down.

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