I grew up skiing and being able to enjoy skiing at my age is a dream. I'm glad that Loch makes such a great ski base with all their snow guns now that our winters are warmer. John Galt
We have a great team! Honestly, read the bios to find out why Loch Lomond is proud of this group of professionals.
Ski School Director
I'm Kyla Green, I am 21 and I come from Adelaide South Australia. I came to Loch Lomond to experience a white Christmas and to earn some money for traveling around and experiencing all Canada has to offer. I am now the Snow School Director at Loch Lomond working with some amazing instructors who help others learn to ski and snowboard. I love T-Bay because it has a lot of great local people to meet who are always friendly and ready for a good chat. I enjoy skiing and attempting to snowboard and I love to talk and hang out with sociable people.
Cat is originally from Mackay, North Queensland, Australia. At the age of 23 She made the move to Thunder Bay in October of 2012 to experience a winter in the North, where she started working in office/administration but quickly added office supervisor, media, advertisement and event planning to her Job description.
Cat is currently studying media and communications through Central Queensland University and is gaining great experience working directly In this field at Loch Lomond, as well as managing the Loch office at the same time ! It's ' all in a days work' for Cat who You may often see out on the hill photographing all the action or filming our amazing skiers and snowboarders for Various event and advertising footage. She is your number 1 person for any queries or questions you may have regarding season memberships, lift tickets, events and general enquiries for the ski area.
Cat has worked for a number of international companies including Club Med Asia Pacific and working as a camp counsellor for Chippewa Ranch Camp in Wisconsin USA. She most recently completed a summer internship locally with Dougall Media in Thunder Bay, where Cat worked in the sales promotions and media fields, including radio advertisement and announcing.
Cat is also a Canadian Certified level 1 snowboard instructor and loves to get out and shred the slopes when she can!
Cat is excited to welcome you back to Loch Lomond this season and hopes to make your visit to Loch a very pleasant and memorable experience! ...Loch & Load!
Cat's Video About some of Loch's Staff
Brady is from Mackay, Queensland, Australia. He started a carpentry apprenticeship at the age of 16 through a school based program that allowed him to finish his senior years at high school as well as his first year of his apprenticeship. Once finished school he carried on in his apprenticeship and finished the final 3 years remaining to become a trade qualified carpenter at the age of 20.
From there he worked for that company for another couple of years doing his business management certification to become a project manager. After completion of this Brady ventured out and started his own carpentry contracting company. He did this for just over a year completing many different projects around Australia.
Brady then had the opportunity to join Anglo American and work as an underground coal miner. He decided to take this and put his carpentry business on hold. Brady started out as an out bye maintenance worker, then moved up to tunnelling crew and then on to the long wall where he stayed until finishing in the mines. Brady also trained and studied as a mines rescue worker gaining vast experience and knowledge in advanced life support and advanced rescue.
After leaving the mining game, Brady decided to make the move to Canada to
gain employment at a ski hill, and really just to enjoy life as much as
possible. What better way to do that than to move half way across the world
to snowboard every day.
Brady decided to take a job with Loch Lomond Ski Area and originally started
work as the hill Carpenter -fixing whatever needed doing. He then moved into
ski patrol and lift supervising. Working alongside the owner, and managers
at the ski hill; Brady worked hard and moved up to become the operations
manager. This is where he works now and Brady is enjoying work and enjoying
life here in Canada.
Apprentice Lift Mechanic and Level 1 Ski Instructor
Jasmin is an apprentice lift mechanic at Loch Lomond, works in heavy equipment repair and she is also a certified ski instructor. Jazzy is one of our Australia imports.
In 2012/2013, Ward and the team of staff, as well as many hard working volunteers, implemented many changes at Loch Lomond Ski Area including a new roof, new siding, new bathrooms, new carpets, new chairlifts, and a fresh coat of paint on almost every wall.
This coming season Loch has even more plans to implement to continually improve the ski area for customers and in this video Ward shares the plans.
"The reason I love working at Loch is because of the great atmosphere and the people". Adam
"I work in the bar at Loch. It is the best and the people are great". Bianca, Australia
Craig from Australia
Lift Operator, Snow Maker
"The best thing I like about Loch is getting to go skiing and snowboarding and 'sick powder'. It makes me go crazy"! Craig
Rental Shop Technician
Dan is from Thunder Bay, Ontario, and works in our rental shop with Rich. He likes working at Loch because of the fun atmosphere, good people, and the great skiing.
Luke is from the Gold Coast in Sunny Queensland, Australia. Luke arrived in Canada in November 2012 and has resided in Thunder Bay ever since. Luke began working at Loch as a lift attendant, tubing operator and snowmaking. Luke has migrated inside this season and has taken on the position of kitchen supervisor.
Luke enjoys martial arts, music, and long walks on the beach.
Member of the Canadian Ski Patrol
Bio coming soon.
Loch is a good place to work and there are plenty of Australians so you are always going to have a good time.
"I like working at Loch because the people are so fun". Melissa
"It is an awesome vibe here at Loch -- great people and a rockin' hill and that is why I work here". Mitchell
Snowmaker/Rental Shop Technician
Rich has been with Loch since the 1998/99 season as a Snowmaker and Rental Shop Supervisor. Being a Jack of All Trades, you may even find him on the slopes, teaching lessons.
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