Boyne Resorts

Lift Operator

Job Locations US-UT-Brighton
Posted Date 4 months ago(8/3/2021 5:28 PM)
Requisition ID
2021-10356
# of Openings
100
Resort
Brighton
Position Type
Seasonal Full-Time or Part-Time
Season
Winter
Category
Mountain Operations
Targeted Job Start Date
11/15/2021

Overview

Do you pride yourself on your customer service skills? Are you happy to interact with a high volume of people each day while creating memorable experiences? Is your goal to work at a ski resort and take advantage of as many ride breaks as possible? You could be a great addition to our Lift Operations Crew!

 

Join us for a season of satisfaction from a rewarding job in the “greatest snow on earth” lifestyle in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains!  

Responsibilities

  • Be a friendly face and greet guests from across the globe!
  • High priority for guest safety and ability to operate, load, and unload a ski lift
  • Understand the daily operation log, lift preparation inspection, and emergency procedures
  • Snow removal and raking ramps/around lifts to provide a safe loading/unloading area
  • High attention to detail and able to interact with and direct guests
  • Work with and assist your teammates in providing an exceptional experience for our guests

Qualifications

  • 18+ years old
  • Ability to lift, push, pull up to 50 lbs unassisted
  • Passion for guest service and the hospitality industry
  • Flexible availability during the ski season (including weekends and holidays)
  • A love for spending winter days outside in varies types of weather

Perks:

  • $10.00 All Access Brighton Season Pass

  • FREE UTA ski bus access

  • Discounted Brighton lift tickets for friends and family

  • Access to discounted lift tickets at multiple ski areas

  • Employee discounts at all Brighton outlets and all Boyne Resorts

  • Discounted membership at Momentum Indoor Climbing gym

  • Access to ExpertVoice, Liberty Mountain, and Outdoor Prolink retail sites

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