Boyne Resorts


Job Locations US-WA-Snoqualmie Pass
Posted Date 4 months ago(4/4/2022 10:18 AM)
Requisition ID
# of Openings
Summit at Snoqualmie
Position Type
Full-Time Year-Round
Mountain Operations
Targeted Job Start Date





Are you an electrician who loves the outdoors?  While working as an electrician at our four base areas, you will gain experience in ski resort specific electrical and maintenance.


Come work and play at Seattle’s home mountain, The Summit at Snoqualmie.  Located an hour from Seattle, at the junction where the Pacific Crest Trail crosses Interstate 90.  With summer activities ramping up (Scenic Lift Rides with Mountain Biking opening late summer 2022 and possibly disc golf) there is lots to do all year long.



As Electrician at the Summit you will repair and maintain electicial needs throughout the reosrt: building, shops, ski lifts and more.  You will troubleshoot, problem solve and make repairs.  You are comfortable working on your own and within a team setting. You take pride in taking initiative to get any and all jobs completed accurately and proficiently and timely.  This is a full-time, year round role.


Job duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Primarily responsible for maintenance, upkeep and repairs of The Summit’s properties
  • Track preventative maintenance programs by the keeping of detailed and accurate maintenance records (both hard copy and on computer), reviewing same, and physical inspections
  • Troubleshooting, problem solving, preventative maintenance, and repairs of electrical for property and equipment


What you will bring:

  • High school degree, diploma or a GED equivalent
  • Minimum 1 to 2 years of experience, and/or equivalent combination of training and experience; tech school certification desireable
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Possession of appropriate tools.
  • Good attitude and a get it done philosophy


Join our team and enjoy The Summit Experience year round! 



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