Boyne Resorts

Snowmaking | Snowmakers | Full Time Seasonal

Job Locations US-NH-Lincoln
Posted Date 4 months ago(8/16/2022 9:12 AM)
Requisition ID
# of Openings
Loon Mountain
Position Type
Winter Seasonal, Full-Time & Part-Time
Mountain Operations
Targeted Job Start Date


Create massive amounts of snow while utilizing New Hampshire’s most powerful snowmaking. Work with a team of driven individuals all focused on creating high-quality snow across three mountain peaks. As a Loon snowmaker, you will routinely work with industry-leading snowmaking equipment while maintaining waterlines, hydrants and high-pressure pumps across the resort. You must be safety conscious, love the outdoors and able to hike & work in extreme weather conditions.


Produce quality snow across all three mountain peaks

Inspect hoses, hydrants and other equipment to insure safe and efficient operation.

Adjust the water and or air flow to snow guns

Changing nozzles on snow guns when necessary to maintain efficiency

Conduct regular maintenance checks on equipment, including checking water pipes, fluid levels and volume, temperature controls, and energy consumption.

Document and report mechanical/safety issues, complete maintenance logs and checklists

Perform light maintenance or repairs on equipment

Work safely in close proximity to heavy equipment, high voltage, and high water pressures

Perform other duties as assigned while waiting for optimum snowmaking weather

Work closely with and assist other departments such as Grooming, Ski Patrol, Lift Operations

Test the quality of snow as it is made, reporting findings and conditions to the supervisor

Drive snowmobiles, trucks and ATVs as necessary


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


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