If you are interested in a gap-year placement with us, that is a long commitment from both sides, so we both have to be sure that it will be a good fit. You will need to be someone who will be confident both in project managing activities and in tight timelines. Hopefully, you will also have some specific skills that you can contribute to the group, and you will likely become more involved in the computing and behind-the-scenes tasks than those who are here for shorter periods.
You will definitely learn more business-related skills than you might initially imagine. For instance, about lean pathways, 80:20 business practices, marketing, sales and all of the background aspects of running a business that you might be surprised to also apply to a husky farm in the Arctic. You will, of course, still spend the majority of your time - particularly the first 6+ months of your time - working with the dogs and taking part in safari products during the safari season.