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Help / Handlers Wanted

Updated: 20 October 2014

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Sven Haltmann Phone: 907-355-7088
Arctic Winter Adventures E-mail:  
Fairbanks, Alaska, USA

Arctic Winter Adventures is hiring guides/handlers
for the upcoming sled dog/snow machining season in Fairbanks and Bettles, Alaska. 

 Join our young and hard working team and be part of a fast pace sled dog touring operation.

If you don't mind hard work, cold climate and are energetic, driven and self motivated then this is your place!

Salary depending on experience and good potential for tips especially at our Bettles operation.
Come and join our young group of guides/handlers and dogs and enjoy a winter like never before!

Fun guaranteed!!!

A few months of experience with sled dogs and arctic climate required.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


John Houghton Phone: 518-524-4257
Thunder Mt. Dog Sled Tours E-mail: hooter216@verizon.net
Vermontville, New York, USA

Handler Wanted in New York

Looking for hard working individual with superb people and dog skills
 to assist with a dog sledding business in Lake Placid, NY for the 2014-2015 winter season.

Contact for more information!
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Ted & Clare Kirby

Phone: 907-699-5556

Kirbydog Kennel

E-mail: ta.kirby@hotmail.com

Two Rivers, Alaska, USA

Website: Kirbydog Kennel on Facebook

 


Kirbydog Kennel is looking for new talent!

We are a kennel of 50+ purebred Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes
seeking a handler for the 2014-2015 race season.

We are in the heart of "Mushing Country."

This is an entry level position with advancement and racing opportunities available.

Contact us for a season of adventures and a lifetime of memories.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Jeff Larsen Phone: 866-968-3647
Muktuk Adventures Website: www.muktuk.com/
Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

Looking for a Japanese speaking Guide to work with helping leading dogsled trips in the Yukon.

Must be fluent in Japanese and English.

Must be hard working, team player and able to work long days in cold weather.
Room and board provided.

No experience required. Will train.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Bruce Magnusson Phone: 989-370-0446
Magnusson Racing E-mail:  
Cheboygan, Michigan, USA

Magnusson Racing has a seasonal and year round handler position available in Michigan.

Great opportunity for someone or couple that want to live the mushing lifestyle.

Private quarters, racing opportunities, competitive pay.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Mahoosuc Guide Service Phone: 207.824.2073
Newry, Maine, USA E-mail:  
 

Winter Dogsledding Guide Apprenticeship (mid-September thru mid-April)

We run primarily overnight trips (1-7 days) with our 42 dog kennel of Yukon huskies which we breed for freighting qualities.
Excellent opportunity for the right person(s) to learn how to travel by, train, and care for a dog team on extended winter trips.
See www.mahoosuc.com for more info about us.

Job Description:

  • Help with all aspects of operating a small but very busy winter guiding service
  • Daily dog care, feeding and maintenance chores
  • Assist with training of dog teams
  • Assist with guiding on trips
  • Equipment repair, cleaning and maintenance
  • Trail clearing work
  • Setting up and maintaining 4-5 traditional winter camps (canvas wall tents, woodstoves, bough floors, etc)
  • Pack and unpack food before and after trips
  • Meal prep and cleaning of lodge and farmhouse B & B
  • One day off per week

Qualifications:

  • Must be honest, responsible and dependable
  • Winter camping experience helpful
  • Have a strong work ethic
  • Some experience trip leading helpful

Benefits:

  • Room and partial board
  • Small weekly stipend
  • Educational opportunities-Wilderness First Aid & CPR, winter guide training

Serious inquires only.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Linda Newman Phone: 218-370-0283
Points Unknown E-mail: 
Hovland, Minnesota, USA Website: www.points-unknown.com/
 

Sled Dog Handler Position

Points Unknown, a small, educational Sled Dog Adventure and Touring kennel is looking for a qualified, mature and responsible dog handler.

The applicant must have a love and respect for dogs, a desire for adventure and a thirst for knowledge.
A dog training background in obedience and/or animal behavior will be helpful.
We’re offering room and board and all of the sled dog cuddles and slobber you can handle.

At times, you’ll work longer and harder than you likely ever have before. You’ll get tired and fatigued, sore, sometimes wet, and really dirty. At times, there will be plenty of time to relax and just soak up the beauty of the woods while hanging out with the dogs in their play groups or to head out to explore the area. You’ll likely learn more about yourself and canine working companions than you ever thought imaginable and you’ll have the time of your life. There is potential to guide tours in the winter for a little extra pocket money.

We live entirely off grid, using solar energy, in the remote wilderness of Minnesota’s Arrowhead Region but have all of the modern conveniences like indoor plumbing and wifi. We’ve been called one of the cushiest handler jobs around!

Long term preferred, however we will consider shorter term for the right person. Hours are flexible in the off season, so a paying job in town is always possible. During the winter, it will be more difficult to have an off-site job. We have excellent internet service for telecommuting and decent boosted cell phone coverage.
Must have a Canadian cell phone plan.

Available immediately.

Please send inquiries and resumes to    or call at 218.370.0283.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Dean Osmar Phone: 907-398-5670
Cook Inlet Kennel E-mail:  
Clam Gulch, Alaska, USA

Wanted:  Handler for the 2014-2015 mushing season.

Late October through March.

Train and race great sled dogs on the beautiful winter trails of the Caribou hills on the Kenai Peninsula,
 and in other parts of Alaska.

Train with former Iditarod Champion Dean Osmar.
© Sled Dog Central 2014


Ryan & Erin Redington Phone: 907-209-6065
Alaska Excursions E-mail: jobs@alaskaexcursions.com  
Skagway, Alaska, USA Website: www.alaskaexcursions.com/

Experienced Mushers with or w/o dogs & Handlers needed for Summer Season
in Skagway, Alaska and in Juneau, Alaska

Must be physically fit, hard-working, and good with dogs and people.
Must also have a professional appearance, good social skills, and good presentation skills.

Mushers: $13-15/hr. depending on experience
Musher & Handlers: tips & $2/hr. Bonus
Handlers: $12.00/hr.

May 1st to End-of September.
Additional compensation for mushers with dogs.
Now hiring for 2014.

Job Descriptions and Downloadable Application
at https://www.alaskaexcursions.com/company/employment
© Sled Dog Central 2014


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