There isn't much Chris Doerwald doesn't know about Niagara Falls.
He hires tour guides for “See Sight Tours.” The company offers tours on both the American and the Canadian side of Niagara Falls to about a half dozen tourists at a time. “The culture with our company is incredible. Everyone becomes friends. It doesn't feel like a job half the time,” Doerwald said.
The company is hiring six tour guides on the American side and six on the Canadian side. Doerwald said the perks of the job are universal. “You're not stuck at a desk in an office. You're outside enjoying the nice weather.”
Canadian applicants need a “G” driver's license, a clean driving record and you also have to pass the Niagara Parks test. U.S. applicants need the American equivalent.
Doerwald said they look for candidates who are fun and outgoing. And, you don't have to be a history buff to be a tour guide. While some knowledge is a plus, See Sight will teach you everything you need to know about the landmarks during training.
Canadian tour guides make minimum wage plus tips.
U.S. guides make $13 an hour plus tips.
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