Adventurist / Data Collector / Trekker

  • Category
    Transportation - Driver
  • Job type
  • Location
    Vancouver, British Columbia

Adecco is currently hiring for a Temporary Data Collector / Adventurist in the Lower Mainland.  To qualify for this Data Collector / Adventurist role, you must be willing to travel around the lower mainland, while carrying a backpack that weights 40-45lbs (for photographing purposes). Transit tickets and mileage will be reimbursed ($0.55/km).  Our client is a large global company, that collects data for mapping purposes. If you’re an outdoors person, that loves exercising and fitness, this is the perfect opportunity for you!  The salary starts at $23.08/hour plus 4% vacation pay.


Shift:  Monday – Friday (9:00 – 5:00PM)


Why Work for Adecco?

Great pay + 4% vacation pay

Paid weekly – accurate and on time 

Medical and dental benefits once qualified   

Strong health and safety programs   

Flexible shifts 

Generous referral bonuses

Free training programs                                        


 Temporary Data Collector / Adventurist Responsibilities:


Doing reports every morning/end of day regarding the areas you are mapping      

Travelling to different locations daily while carrying the 40-45lb backpack for mapping     

Sending hard drives weekly (postage will be provided)

Complete training online via WebEx


Temporary Data Collector / Adventurist Qualifications:


If driving, must have a clean drivers abstract

Must enjoy venturing outdoors

Must be physically capable to carry 40-45lb backpack


If you are interested in this Temporary Data Collector / Adventurist job in the Lower Mainland, apply by clicking the Apply now button below.



  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_026527_12211165

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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