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Powder Mountain Employment

Work hard. Ski harder.

Working at Powder Mountain isn't just a job, this is an opportunity to get paid while enjoying the best snow on earth.

Powder Mountain, the Utah ski resort with the most skiable terrain in the U.S., has a variety of full and part-time positions available. With a family-like atmosphere, Powder Mountain also has enough mountain to satisfy any level of skier or snowboarder. Where else can you create fresh tracks everyday and get paid for it??

***NOW HIRING***

 

Janitoral 

Powder Mountain is now hiring a cleaning crew. This will be a swing shift position working from the hours of 3pm until 10pm. Candidates should have a good reliable AWD or 4WD vehicle, be able to lift 50 lbs. or more and have a general understanding of cleaning equipment and cleaning products.  Candidates should posses a background in janitorial service or other related field. Candidate should be able to withstand and work in extreme winter conditions.  Powder Mountain offers competitive wages as well as ski/ride privileges.  Please scroll down to complete the application and submit through email to jobs@powdermountain.com.   

 

Food and Beverage

Individuals in this department are required to have an outstanding customer service attitude at all times. F & B employees must be self motivated to stay on task and improve their area. Must provide accurate money transactions using a POS terminal, and enjoy working in a fast paced kitchen environment. F & B employees must be service orientated and willing to achieve total customer satisfaction. We will be the second best thing on the mountain (fresh powder is 1st).  Excellent communication skills, knowledge of a variety of food preparation, and a positive attitude are required. Food handler’s card is required. Some positions require 21yrs+, and T.I.P.S...  All F & B positions are indoors (excluding special events). 


Lift Operations

This is an outdoor position; individuals must be at least 18 years old to work in this area. Lift Operators are friendly, outgoing, dependable and responsible. They interact with our guests throughout the day and help set the tone for the overall mountain.   Lift Operators are required to maintain and upkeep all loading and unloading zones, maintain accurate daily records, loading and unloading of guests and provide safe, controlled, and efficient operating controls over the lift at all times.

Snow Sports School

Many skiers/snowboarders need or want instruction, from beginners to advance. The snow sports school not only provides excellent instruction but they our responsible for making a guest feel comfortable and confident in their skiing and riding ability. Ski School is responsible for skiing and snowboarding lessons and various related programs. 

 

Ski Patrol

Join the team of professionals cruising, providing information, assistance and care to our guests. Some advanced planning and training is required for this position. Applicant must be a competent skier (preferred) or rider and provide proof of First Aid credential equivalent of, Outdoor Emergency Care (preferred), UT Paramedic, and UT Emergency Medical Technician. Depending on circumstances, such as, previous patrolling experience and/or recent experience providing emergency care, some other credentials may be accepted. First Aid rendered by patrollers with certification other than OEC can only provide care up to the OEC level. 

Daily duties include, but are limited to; observe, indentify, mark and/or eliminate hazards to ensure guest/employee safety; safe transport of un-loaded/loaded toboggan to/from different locations on the mountain in various snow conditions; safely evacuate self/guests and employees from a disabled aerial lift in a timely manner. Perform snow control operations as needed (specific training required) 

 

Mountain Adventure Center

The Mountain Adventure Center is the place to go when you are seeking thrills. The Mountain Adventure Center is the home of Mountain Hosts, Mountain Adventure Pros (MAPs) and Snowcat/Expedition Guides. Our Mountain Hosts are volunteer employees who perform complimentary in-bounds tours, help answer general guest service questions and lend a helping hand wherever they are needed. MAPs conduct paid in-bound powder tours and assist in Powder Expeditions, DMI Tours, and Ski & Skin tours. They are also another great resource from which guests can gather endless information about the mountain.  The Expedition Guides are here to provide safety and service to our guests on all side- and back-country adventures: Snowcat Powder Expedition, DMI, and Ski & Skin Tours. Expedition Guides are experienced Patrollers and Snow Safety professionals. If adventure is calling, these are the guys and gals you are looking for.

 

Grooming

These are the guys who make the corduroy flow down the mountain.  Individuals must have a current drivers license with own transportation to and from work. Main duties of this job include but are not limited to, operating snowcat grooming equipment to prepare the runs for the nest day’s skiing at Powder Mountain. Basic knowledge of heavy equipment operation is a plus. Individual must be able to abide by company standards and policies at all times. This position is a graveyard position.


Guest Services

The mission of this department is to exceed customer expectations by presenting the resort in its best light possible. This includes but is not limited to providing information, guiding customers safely on the mountain, preparing lodges, parking lots, and shoveling snow when needed. Mountain Hosts provide information on the weather, snow conditions and avalanche conditions. Mountain Hosts also provide complimentary tours of the groomed areas of the resort and ski/ride with the customer throughout the day. Within this department also resides the Mountain Adventure Pros. These individuals provide full or half day tours of the entire resort for a fee. They must be capable of skiing/riding the entire resort including the areas not accessed from chair lifts. A number of Mountain Adventure Pros have outdoor emergency care and avalanche training. Individuals with this training may guide the Powder Cat Safaris in the Powder Mountain backcountry. All individuals in this department are required to be outgoing, friendly and willing to help in any situation. Mountain Hosts and Adventure Pros are often responsible for making a guest’s visit a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 


Ticket Sales

This department is usually the first department customers come in contact with. Individuals must be friendly, courteous and be able to deal with a possible difficult customer. Individual will be assisting customers with their ticket purchases, handle money transactions and answer any questions concerning Powder Mountain. As the first employee contacted, ticket staff often set the first and lasting impression with our guests.


Sports Shop (Ski Shop)

Skills and physical requirements for Sport Shop employees include, but are not limited to: Communicate clearly and pleasantly with our guests.  Efficient and accurate cash register skills. Retail sales.  Repeatedly lift rental equipment. (up to 20 lbs.)  Accurately set rental ski bindings using charts and numerical settings.  Shovel Snow.

 

Ticket Checkers

This is an outdoor position. Ticket checkers will be responsible for checking for valid passes as well as revoked, stolen, improper and falsified passes. Individuals will be courteous to all guests while fulfilling their job duties. They will handle themselves in a professional manner and will direct guest’s to security for improper passes. Individual will also be required to help lift operators with various snow and garbage removal and other tasks.


Mountain Adventure Pro's

Powder Mountain offers a variety of programs, ski/snowboard lessons through the Snowsports School Individuals must be friendly, courteous, and have a patient positive attitude. The Pro's are required to have certification or other ski related credentials and/ or attend our apprentice clinics. 

This department also does the Mountain adventure Tours. The Pro provides full or half day tours of the entire resort for a fee. They must be capable of skiing/riding the entire resort including the areas not accessed from chair lifts and have some outdoor emergency training. All individuals in this department are required to be outgoing, friendly and willing to help in any situation. Our Mountain Pro's are often responsible for making a guest's visit a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


Mountain Hosts

The mission of this department is to exceed customer expectations by presenting the resort in its best light possible. This includes but is not limited to providing information, guiding customers safely on the mountain, preparing lodges, parking lots, and shoveling snow when needed. Mtn Hosts also provide information on the weather, snow conditions and avalanche conditions. Mtn Hosts also provide complimentary tours of the groomed areas of the resort and ski/ride with the customer throughout the day. 


Transportation

Interested in driving shuttles at Pow Mow?  Always looking for friendly drivers to shuttle our guests up and down the road, out of Powder Country and around the resort.  Our shuttle drivers are the best when it comes to helping our guests and employees reach our beautiful resort safely. Individuals must have a current CDL, proper driving skills in snowy conditions are a must and most of all our drivers must be courteous, friendly and professional.


Night Operations

Nothing is better than skiing/riding under a full moon. Something magical occurs at night here at Powder Mountain. Our night operations crews are strong, dependable and determined to help our guests enjoy their time night skiing/boarding no matter what the weather. Individuals are required to be friendly, courteous, and outgoing. Night operations include employees from all departments such as, lift operations, food & beverage, Terrain Park, groomers, ticket sales, and others.

Terrain Park Attendant

Powder Mountain is known as a fun mountain and our two terrain parks epitomize this approach. When it comes to rails, tabletops, flat boxes and lumberjack features, our terrain parks have it all. Job responsibilities include building and maintaining terrain park facilities at Sundown and Hidden Lake areas. Applicant must be able to snowboard or ski at an advanced level, shovel heavy loads, and arrive on time every day scheduled. Shift options are 8:30 am to 3:30 pm and 3:00 pm to 9 pm daily. Minimum of 3 shifts per week required. Must be at least 16 years old to apply. You will shovel tons of snow and have tons of fun working here. 



Each department director/supervisor can give you more detail about their specific area. All departments are required to maintain a professional, courteous and safe environment for our guests. This includes but is not limited to picking up trash, shoveling snow, or helping fellow employees in other departments. Most of our employees are required to work outdoors, however some departments are primarily indoors.

Employee Application (102.5 KB)

Attach the completed application to an email and send to: jobs@powdermountain.com