Boyne Resorts

  • Professional Ski Patroller (Returning Employees Only)

    Job Locations US-MT-Big Sky
    Posted Date 6 hours ago(6 hours ago)
    Requisition ID
    # of Openings
    Big Sky Resort
    Position Type
    Seasonal Full-Time
    Targeted Job Start Date
    Mountain Operations
  • Overview

    Supervisor: Bob Dixon ( and Dave Benes (
    Shifts Available: Four 10 hour shifts per week. Early mornings are required.
    Wage Information: $13.00/hr or dependent on experience


    2018-2019 Ski Season will begin on November 22rd and you must be available to start training in early November. 


    Professional Ski Patrollers are responsible for providing safety and emergency services to Big Sky Resort guests. They are the first ones on the mountain and the last ones off each day. Duties include: morning trail checks, avalanche mitigation, patrolling assigned areas, mountain maintenance, rescuing injured skiers, providing first aid, performing search and rescue, and closing the mountain at the end of the day. Patrollers are given the privilege and great responsibility of managing the mountain (including lots of skiing!) and keeping all guests and employees safe while they are on terrain.


    If you are interested in Volunteer Ski Patrol: This is a non-paid position but does include a free all access ski pass. All requirements and qualifications are the same as Professional Ski Patroller. For consideration, visit the Big Sky Volunteer Ski Patrol website: and complete an application for the 2018/2019 season when available.



    • Ability to ski/walk/sit for hours each day
    • Ability to work long hours (shifts generally run 10 hours/day, 4 days/week)
    • Ability to hike with skis and a pack
    • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs
    • Ability to carry up to 40 lbs


    **Due to the high volume of inquiries, please do not submit an application unless you have the below credentials**

    • Expert skiing and mountaineering skills
    • Medical skills: National EMT Basic, Montana EMT Registration, CPR Certification



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