Ottawa Tiki Tours Is Hiring & You Can Make Up To $22 An Hour Sailing In Paradise

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Ottawa Tiki Tours Is Hiring & You Can Make Up To $22 An Hour

You could be living the dream this summer working for Ottawa Tiki Tours.

Aboard a floating tropical hut, you'll sail along the river and see some of the most iconic landmarks.

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They are currently hiring Captains and First Mates to help with their tours from mid-May until October.

There is a mix of 24+ full and part-time seasonal positions available.

First Mates will work as bartenders and make $15 an hour plus tips, while Captains will operate the ship and earn $20-22 an hour.

Ottawa Tiki Tours

Salary: $15 to $22 an hour

Company: Ottawa Tiki Tours

Who Should Apply: You should apply if you want a job where you aren't stuck indoors and love talking to people.

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