Lodge Manager and Assistant Lodge Manager


Boutique Waterfront, Sport-fishing Lodge

Gulf Islands in British Columbia


Full-time, year round positions!



Dietzel International is currently seeking a


for a private, Waterfront Sport-fishing Lodge

Gulf Islands in British Columbia.


Our client is a well-known Fortune 500 Company.

The objective of the lodge is to provide a quality sport fishing experience for the company executives and their guests.

Other available activities include bocce ball, golf (two short holes), nature walks and area wildlife viewing.

The Fishing Lodge operates from approximately mid-May through September.

A normal season may include from 20 to 35 individual two-night trips. A trip typically includes two company hosts and six of their invited guests for a total of eight people.

These are full-time, year round positions and the focus of the remaining part of the year is on managing & maintenance of the facilities.



Lodge budget preparation and accountability.   Purchase of materials, equipment, parts and services for all aspects of lodge. Maintenance of all lodge mechanical systems. Arrange and supervise fishing guides. Operation of small boats. Interface with guests to ensure their needs are met and trip expectations are filled. Supervision of lodge staff.




All aspects of small boat operations.   Handy-man skilled in the operation and maintenance of mechanical systems (generators, pumps, kitchen appliances, small boats, piping, lodge electrical, water systems, heating systems).   Budget management experience.   Outgoing, personable, people-oriented.   Possesses the willingness and ability to accept resident position in remote, isolated location.


Lodge Assistant Manager

The Lodge Manager position is partnered with the Lodge Assistant Manager. As a team, all aspects of the operations must be covered.

The Lodge Assistant Manager / Chef is responsible to oversee lodge “house” or internal operations,

The position is a full time, year round position. The Lodge Assistant Manager / Chef reports to the Lodge Manager.


The Lodge Chef’s responsibility is to deliver Lodge dining services with quality expectations for service. Dining service includes breakfast, lunch and dinner service for guests and staff, and can range from very formal dinner settings to casual lunches, for typically a total of eight people.

If required, there is potential to hire a chef during the summer season to assist in the meal preparations.

As a team, all aspects of the operations must be covered. Living arrangements are provided.





Must be able to submit verification of right to work in Canada upon hire. Powerboat squadron qualification and certification required. General Handyman skills required. Prior lodge or inn management/operation desired.



Excellent salary, & benefits

Onsite accommodation is provided

Excellent Working Atmosphere, very positive professional environment. Picturesque setting.

Employment is full time, year round. Excellent working conditions. Accommodation provided.

Interested candidates please forward complete CV in confidence

Confidentiality assured!