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Would you like to work in the beautiful surroundings of  snowy Lapland?

We have different positions for winter season varying from Safari Guides to Elves and Activity Instructors to Clothing team members.  Working days are variable and you never know what is going to happen next!

safari guide - multitalent in the Northern nature

As a Safari Guide you will introduce Lappish nature to international guests and guide different activities. Among many things you can for example guide a snowshoe safari on top of a fell, take customers to visit a reindeer farm or lead a snowmobile safari to a snowy forest to see Aurora Borealis. Your tools in different safaris can be snowmobiles, ice-fishing gear or fatbikes and of course your awesome personality! The working days consist of various tasks such as preparation and operating safaris as well as maintenance work.


Huskies – on the snowy trails with the speedy co-workers

As a Husky guide you introduce Arctic nature to our international guests and guide them with dog sleds to the snowy tracks into the forest. After the safari it is time to tell about the farm life and rhythm at the kennel. Besides guiding the day consists of building up the sled teams, taking care of dogs health and nutrition and making sure both the dogs and guests are safe. There are also many different kind of maintenance tasks to be done at the farm and in the autumn the main job is training dogs ready for the season, no matter if it rains or snows already ;).

Elf -the goofy magical creature of north and helper of Father Christmas

As an elf you are a guide, an entertainer, a magical creature as well as a representative of Lapland Safaris. Elves tell the customers all the important information to make their holiday an non-forgettable experience. Elves tell stories and know secrets about Father Christmas. They are everywhere: at the tobogganing hill, at reindeer farm and at Santa's cabin. They play snowball fight and make tricks. Elves make sure guests know where they're going, what they are supposed to do there and keep to the timetable. Elves guide their groups by bus to and from the airport, to activity venues and to safaris. Elves tell the customers all the important information to make their holiday an non-forgettable experience. Elf's work is very independent.

Elves HETTA daycharter Lapland Safaris by Jarno Artika

activity instructor -inspiring specialist with the snow activities

A working day of the activity instructor consists of various tasks involving outdoor activities in the beautiful Lappish nature, including the preparation of the activities and venues and different kind of maintenance work. As an activity instructor you will be working with both domestic and international tourist groups. Your job is to be activity leader for children and grown-ups. You will be introducing different kind of winter activities such as skiing, tobogganing, riding a husky sleigh, snowmobiling etc. to our customers. Also helping our customers with the safari gear may be part of your job.


Clothing team worker -pedant customer servant in clothing

Clothing team members are there to serve customers when it's time to hand out clothes. They estimate which overall size each customer needs, they give gloves, hats, scarves, balaclavas, helmets and the right shoe size. They tell to the customers what to wear and why. They need to have knowledge about the clothing and the materials and to be able to advise the customer on layered clothing and how to stay warm. They can also tell if the customer's own clothes are suitable for the arctic weather conditions. Clothing team also takes care of tidiness of the clothing venue.


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Lapland Staff Oy | Yrjö Kokon tie 4 | FI-99300 MUONIO | Tel: +358 400 164 730 | info (@)

Lapland Staff Oy
Yrjö Kokon tie 4, FI-99300 MUONIO
Tel: +358 400 164 730
info (@)

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