Boyne Resorts

New Hire SnowSports Snowboard Instructor

Job Locations US-WA-Snoqualmie Pass
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/10/2022 2:02 PM)
Requisition ID
2022-13907
# of Openings
150
Resort
Summit at Snoqualmie
Position Type
Winter Seasonal, Full-Time & Part-Time
Season
Winter
Category
Mountain Sports and Adventures
Targeted Job Start Date
12/3/2022

Overview

 

Bring your passion for snowboarding!

 

As our SnowSports Snowboard Instructor, you will help our guests safely learn to ski/snowboard so that they can have a memorable day in the mountains with the goal of creating lifelong skiers and snowboarders.

 

Come work and play at Seattle’s home mountain, The Summit at Snoqualmie.  Located an hour West of Seattle via Interstate 90 at Snoqualmie PassThe Summit includes four unique mountain areas, a snow tubing park, Nordic center, and 10+ food and beverage establishments. Perks also, include free season pass and resort and industry discounts.

Responsibilities

Job duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Clearly and accurately instruct assigned lesson levels to students in alignment with PSIA teaching standard
  • Have excellent guest service skills and be willing to work with guests of all ages from 3 years old to adult.
  • Attend all training sessions as assigned.
  • Assist with non-teaching guest service functions including but not limited to snow removal, snow fencing and on hill animation, boot fitting, running the magic carpet, etc.
  • Can assist in all base area and mountain activities which may include snow removal, trash removal and any other duties as assigned by manager.

Qualifications

What we are looking for: 

  • Able to work holidays and weekends per seasonal demands and business needs.
  • Flexible with work days and hours.
  • Sixteen (16) years or older at the time of hire.
  • PSIA - AASI Certification, a plus.
  • Be able to pass pre-employment background screening.

 

 

Join our team and enjoy The Summit Experience! 

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