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  • Sugarloaf Snowmaker

    Job Locations US-ME-Carrabassett Valley
    Posted Date 2 months ago(8/6/2018 9:28 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-3810
    # of Openings
    25
    Resort
    Sugarloaf
    Position Type
    Seasonal Full-Time
    Season
    Winter
    Targeted Job Start Date
    11/1/2018
    Category
    Mountain Operations
  • Overview

    Sugarloaf is hiring dedicated outdoor enthusiasts to make snow.  Snowmaking is a crucial role at Sugarloaf to launch our ski season as early as possible.  Snowmakers are hard working, physically fit, detail driven individuals that work day or night shifts to ensure the best possible conditions for skiing and snowboarding in the East.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to; operating snow making equipment on mountainous terrain in all types of weather including set up, start up, operation of and shut down of snow making equipment, checking snow gun functioning capacity and monitoring snow quality. Must be able to work flexible schedule including day and night shifts, weekends and holidays, and be able to negotiate all types of terrain while maneuvering snow making equipment. You must be willing to work outside in all weather conditions. All shifts available with an anticipated start date in early November. Qualified applicant must be at least 18 years old and able to lift, bend, kneel and carry a minimum of 40 lbs.

     

    Responsibilities

    Training begins first week in November inside classroom style, moving to outside as soon as possible

     

    Set up and monitor snow guns.

    Inspect guns, hose, hydrants and equipment to insure safe and efficient operation.

    Monitor performance as needed to insure proper air/water combination and quality snow.

    Guaranteed snowmaking position through to end of January with coordinated work in other departments, such as, lift operations, shuttle services, property support or F&B based on past work experience.

     

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