Boyne Resorts

Pro Ski Patroller

Job Locations US-MI-Harbor Springs
Posted Date 2 days ago(10/3/2022 12:15 PM)
Requisition ID
2022-13966
# of Openings
4
Resort
The Highlands at Harbor Springs
Position Type
Winter Seasonal, Full-Time & Part-Time
Season
Winter
Category
Mountain Operations
Targeted Job Start Date
11/15/2022

Overview

The Highlands Ski Patrollers are looking for new team members! As a Pro Ski Patroller, you will monitor the mountain areas for injured, reckless, and lost skiers and snowboarders, and for skiing hazards; provide first aid and other necessary assistance to skiers and snowboarders; and enforce company skiing safety regulations. This is a critical position to keep our mountain safe for everyone! We are looking for full-time and part-time ski patrollers and offer flexible scheduling that will let you take advantage of the various perks of working for an amazing resort!

 

Some perks of working for The Highlands include:

  • A free Golf Pass and Ski Pass for both you and your family
  • A free downhill mountain bike park season pass for you and your family
  • 40% off at the various Boyne Restaurants 
  • Discounts at other Boyne Resorts such as 30% Spa treatments at the Inn at Bay Harbor and Boyne Mountain
  • Free Passes to Avalanche Bay Water Park at Boyne Mountain
  • Discounts on lodging for Friends and Family
  • Team Member Child Care
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Seasonal Team Member Health Insurance
  • Team Member Housing available on a first come first serve basis*
  • Service and Loyalty Bonus Program – up to 5% of gross wages per season!

Visit our website for all of our amazing perks, view testimonials, and more! The Highlands Employment

 

Responsibilities

The following statements are intended as general illustrations of the work in this classification and are not all-inclusive of the specific position.

  • Stand by awaiting emergency calls. Assist with dispatch duties.
  • Patrol assigned mountain areas regularly to ensure that all trails are properly marked, to identify injured, lost, out-of-control/reckless skiers and snowboarders; to identify existing or potential skiing hazards, and to monitor and report on weather/skiing conditions, skiing traffic, and the like. 
  • Stop reckless skiers or snowboarders and enforce company skiing safety regulations, including taking appropriate disciplinary action. Assist with educational efforts related to safe skiing/riding.
  • Perform a variety of trail maintenance tasks, check trails for hazards, and missing signs; put up signs and mark hazards; cut brush; pack down and shovel snow; put up fences and close trails when necessary.
  • Perform trail opening and closing procedures as assigned.  
  • Search for missing persons and equipment.
  • Patrol organized racing activities and other special events.
  • Administer emergency care/first aid to injured skiers and snowboarders; assess the condition of and stabilize patient, render appropriate treatment, such as splinting, and transport to the base area in a toboggan.
  • Transport uninjured skiers or snowboarders who are having difficulty or have lost or damaged equipment to the base area by toboggan or snowmobile.
  • Answer questions, give directions, etc.

 

Qualifications

  • Must be able to ski or snowboard all terrain in all types of conditions. Medical skills and certifications such as EMT, or OEC certificate or greater. Plus CPR/AED. 
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Must provide a valid driver's license

*Single Bed, no pets. If interested, inquire during job interview

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