Boyne Resorts

Ski/Snowboard Instructor (Experienced)

Job Locations US-UT-Brighton
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(7/31/2022 10:55 PM)
Requisition ID
# of Openings
Position Type
Winter Seasonal, Full-Time & Part-Time
Mountain Sports and Adventures
Targeted Job Start Date


Brighton Resort is looking for fun, energetic, enthusiastic people who have prior resort experience teaching skiing and/or snowboarding with a focus on safety, fun, and learning. Brighton provides an environment that enables instructors to share their passion for the sports we all love. Teaching may include a variety of student ages in group, private, and multi-week lessons.


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


  • Responsible for the safety and learning of classes of 1-8 students
  • Communication with students, parents, and resort staff and guests
  • Engage in continuing education including topics such as teaching tactics, sliding skills, people skills
  • Other duties related to the daily operation of the School
  • Ability to work outdoors in the winter, mountain environment 


  • 18+ years old
  • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs unassisted
  • Experience working with students of a variety of ages, skills, and group size
  • Intermediate + skiing or snowboarding skills
  • PSIA or AASI a plus, but not required
  • A growth mindset (an openness to learning and feedback) 


  • $10.00 All Access Brighton Ski 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
  • Daily Snowsports clinics/trainings to aid in development of personal and professional skills


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