Boyne Resorts

Sugarloaf Snowmaking Controller

Job Locations US-ME-Carrabassett Valley
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/12/2021 2:50 PM)
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# of Openings
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Seasonal Full-Time
Mountain Operations
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Sugarloaf is looking for a few computer savvy and mechanically inclined individuals to join our Snowmaking Team as Controllers. Snowmaking Controllers monitor and control pumps and compressors in the system from the control room as needed and as requested by the snowmaking teams on the hill. Candidates need to be good communicators that enjoy working independently within a team environment to share pertinent information with the snowmaking team. Computer skills are required to run the program for water pumps, compressors, maintenance logs, and to make decisions for the snowmaking operation. A Controller must able to maximize efficiency; run necessary components according to temperature, monitor water and air flows; and must be able to turn compressors and pumps on and off accordingly. This role requires availability for overnight shifts and is eligible for seasonal resort benefits as well as an end-of-season bonus.


  • Monitor computer and control pumps/compressors.
  • Maintain equipment logs.
  • Perform light maintenance on equipment.
  • Communicate needed actions and changes with on-hill snowmaking team. 


Good communication skills are a must.

Must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or equivalent. 

Must be available for nights and weekends.



Sugarloaf Team Member Benefits include:

  • Free lift pass for skiing and/or riding (at Sugarloaf and Sunday River)
  • Discounts at resort F&B and retail locations
  • Discounted ski/snowboard lessons and rentals
  • Access to Nordic trails and discounted equipment rentals at our Outdoor Center location
  • Discounted passes at other Boyne and partner resorts
  • Eligibility for end of season service and loyalty bonus
  • Team Members may also be eligible to earn up to 40 hours of paid time off


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