Well in Canada you'll find it pretty hard without some sort of formal qualification such as CASI/NZSIA/AASI. I'm not aure about NZSIA or AASI but I have my CASI level 1 and 2 and for your level 1 you need to be a solid rider, and you'll pretty much just get beginner lessons on the practise hills. However being able to throw down big tricks or ride really fast isnt important, you need to ride how they want you to ride, so their set stance and technique which is the tough part.
Edit: Ok just looked on that hills website and you'd need at least your CASI level 1 for them to employ you.
Last edited by Snowjoe; 09-17-2007 at 01:46 PM.