Fall Is In The Air And Ski Resorts Smell Snow! Check Out Our Latest Ski Resort Jobs In Vermont!

Labor Day marks the start of a new hiring season in the mountains. For the next few months, ski resorts all across the US will be actively putting together their winter staff for the 09 -10 ski season. If you are looking for a seasonal job in a ski town this winter or you have been contemplating a more permanent move, now is the right time to firm up those plans.

Ski resort job listings have been steadily increasing on the web throughout the last month and now that September has arrived, fall is in the air, summer seasonal jobs are winding down and the “variable” weather is soon to kick in. Ski season is less than three months away so you’ve got the next couple of months to get organized and get settled in.

If you are planning to head to Vermont, with the spectacular New England fall foliage season about to begin, getting up there sooner than later would be a great plan. Looking for a job at one of Vermont’s top ski resorts? Sugarbush Resort, located in the Mad River Valley in Warren, Vermont is hiring for the upcoming ski season.

* Ski/Ride Instructors
We will be hiring for a variety of instructional positions for the 2009-2010 winter operating season. We are looking for enthusiastic instructors and coaches that are dedicated to bettering their own skills and instructing techniques and want to share their passion for snowsports with students. Full and part time positions are available; we also have opportunities for working short term assignments just during the holiday breaks

* Snowmaking Shift Leader
As an experienced snowmaker, shift leaders supervise a shift of 5 crewmembers in coordinating the team’s mission to deliver the highest quality and most consistent manmade snow surface of any Eastern Resort. This position of responsibility provides leadership in training, planning, and directing crew activity.

* Snowmaking Technician
Their mission is to deliver the highest quality and most consistent manmade snow surface of any Eastern Resort. This physically demanding job includes regular lifting, pulling and carrying, while working outside in sometimes extreme weather conditions. Snowmaking shifts run 12 hours with a staggered schedule of 4 days on 3 days off, then 3 days on 4 days off the following week.

* Night Auditor
Are you a responsible person who prefers to work nights- and maybe ski during the day? Sugarbush Resort is looking for a part time Night Auditor to provide night audit functions while overseeing the front desk of Clay Brook at Sugarbush.

* Clay Brook Housekeeper
In maintaining the high standards that our guests have come to expect, our housekeeping team is a critical component of Sugarbush Resort’s full-service lodging. Clay Brook, our premier luxury slope-side residency, is looking for qualified housekeepers to add to our team.

* Waitstaff/Server
Located in the Lincoln Peak Village at Sugarbush, Timbers Restaurant is looking to fill afternoon, evening, and morning shifts for qualified waitstaff that are ready to meet these standards as well as work efficiently and effectively as part of a larger service team.

* Snowmaking Shift Leader
As an experienced snowmaker, shift leaders supervise a shift of 5 crewmembers in coordinating the team?s mission to deliver the highest quality and most consistent manmade snow surface of any Eastern Resort. This position of responsibility provides leadership in training, planning, and directing crew activity.

Check out Sugarbush Resort Jobs on MountainJobs.com and stay tuned, tomorrow it’s going to be more about Sugarbush Resort and the very beautiful Mad River Valley of Vermont.

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