Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area Employment Opportunities

 

Resumes now being accepted , send to  jobs@skihiddenvalley.ca

Do not forget to let us know which department you would like to apply for and we will forward your email to the appropriate Supervisor

 

We are looking for fun, hard-working individuals who are ready to join our team! 

 

There are both indoor and outdoor positions available. We are hiring for all departments including: 

the Rental Shop, Customer Service/Ticket Desk, Food and Beverage (busser, kitchen staff, cashiers), 

Snow School, Parking Attendants and Outdoor Operations. 

 

If you have any questions call 705-789-1773 or email jobs@skihiddenvalley.ca

 

Job Descriptions

 

Snowmaker

Reporting to the Outside Operations manager, the Snowmaker is a seasonal position from mid-November to mid- January. The position is paid on an hourly basis and evening night shifts can be expected. This is an outside position that requires working in cooler temperatures and long hours. The Snowmaker works with Outside Operations Staff, including Groomers and Lift Maintenance Supervisor. Setting up snowmaking equipment, monitoring of snow production and water & air pressures are frequent requirements of this position. 

The major job responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Make snow in predetermined locations
  • Safe operation of snowmobiles, machines and snowmaking equipment
  • Shut down and drainage of guns, hoses and main lines
  • Use proper transportation routes
  • Compressor startup and shut down
  • Repair of snowmaking equipment

 

 

Ski Lift Operator

Reporting to the Outside Operations Manager and/or Lift Maintenance Supervisor the Lift Operator Position is a full time and part-time seasonal position working on days, nights, holidays and weekends in the Ski Season. The position is paid on an hourly basis.

The major job responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Load members and guests onto the lift in a safe, friendly and efficient manner
  • Ensure safety is respected by all guests when loading and riding lifts
  • Maintain cleanliness and organization of work area
  • Maintain an orderly and fair flow through our line system
  • Check lift tickets and passes
  • Be friendly, courteous, and informative to all guests

 

 

Cafeteria Cashier

Reporting to the Food and Beverage Manager, the Cashier is hired as an hourly full or part-time seasonal position that starts on or about December 15 and finishes on or about April 1. This position requires working on weekends, holidays and nights.

The main job responsibilities on which your performance will be evaluated include but are not limited to:

  • Operate the Point of Sale Machine and cash out F&B sales.
  • Make accurate cash transactions.
  • Keep an adequate float on hand.
  • Stock and maintain condiment station, beverage station, confections and pop coolers
  • Keep the front end of the cafeteria clean
  • Set up Member’s coffee
  • Maintain a safe and clean workplace.
  • Always come to work in a punctual manner, uniform in place with a high standard of personal hygiene.
  • Always be friendly with guests and staff members.

 

 

Bus Person

Reporting to the Food and Beverage Manager and the Cashier the Bus Person is a seasonal position that starts on or about December 15 and finishes on or about April 1. This position requires working on weekends, holidays and nights. Clearing tables and keeping the chalet clean are a couple requirements of this position.

The main job responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Display the ability to take direction and complete tasks as assigned which includes cleaning tables, picking garbage off the floor, straightening chairs, emptying garbage cans, cleaning trays and cleaning washrooms.
  • Maintain a safe and clean workplace.
  • Always come to work in a punctual manner, uniform in place with a high standard of personal hygiene.
  • Always be friendly with guests and staff members.

 

 

Second Cook

Reporting to the Food and Beverage Manager and the First Cook, the Second Cook is hired as a seasonal position that starts on or about December 15 and finishes on or about April 1. This position requires working on weekends, holidays and nights.

The main job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Prepare and cook food as directed and in the appropriate proportions
  • Fulfil food orders in a quick and efficient method
  • Maintain a safe and clean workplace.
  • Always come to work in a punctual manner, uniform in place with a high standard of personal hygiene.
  • Always be friendly with guests and staff members.
  • Display knowledge about food products.

The Second Cook must have a minimum 1-year experience in a commercial Food and Beverage operation to include but not limited to safe food handling, sanitation and safety, safe knife handling, WHMIS and HACCP. The Second Cook must be a good team player willing to go about their daily work in an efficient and friendly manner.

 

 

Ski and Board Rental Technician

Reporting to the Rental and Repair Manager and supervisors, the Ski and Board Rental Technician is hired as a seasonal position.  The position is paid on an hourly basis and a regular holiday and weekend work schedule can be expected.  A Ski and Board Rental Technician must present a friendly and personable appearance while at work and must have basic knowledge of products and services at HVHSA.

The main job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Greet customers in a courteous and timely fashion
  • Assure that customers have appropriate ski or snowboard equipment
  • Assign proper length of ski or board and adjust bindings to fit customers rental boots
  • Complete rental forms accurately and initial in the technician spot

 

 

Customer Service Representative and Ticket Cashier

Reporting to the Customer Service Manager, the Cashier is responsible for selling tickets to the public and looking after the needs of the members of the Club.  A Cashier is also responsible for maintaining outstanding customer service as per the company standards.  A Cashier will process all sales quickly, accurately and efficiently all the while making the customer feel important.  This position is a seasonal position.  The length of employment will be on or about December 15 to on or about March 31.  The position is paid on an hourly basis and a regular weekend, holiday or night work schedule can be expected. A Cashier will have the physical ability to stand for extended periods of time, and present a neat and friendly appearance, wearing the uniform provided at all times.

The main job responsibilities on which your performance will be evaluated include but are not limited to:

  • Ensure that each customer receives outstanding service by providing a friendly environment, which includes greeting and acknowledging every customer, maintaining outstanding standards, and excellent product knowledge.
  • Sell tickets and rentals to the customers.
  • Book lessons on the Weekdays, non-holiday periods.
  • Occasionally make members’ passes or staff ID.
  • Maintain awareness of all specials, coupons and advertisements.
  • Accurately and efficiently operate a point-of-sale system which includes handling cash and balancing floats
  • Answering phones, transfer calls and know whom to phone as situations or emergencies occur.
  • Relay customer complaints or requests to management.
  • Maintain orderly appearance of register area and keep supplies stocked.

 

Snow School Employment

We are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking, and reliable ski and snowboard instructors and teaching assistants to provide our guests of all ages and abilities with fun, engaging experiences sliding on snow, and to help improve our guests’ skills so that they can have even more fun on snow. Our goal is to create skiers and snowboarders who are active for life. As a snow school professional you are able to create a fun and safe environment, have a desire to share your love of skiing and snowboarding with our guests, have outstanding customer service skills, an ongoing desire to learn and grow as a professional, and an understanding of how to ski and/or snowboard.

 

Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistants have an interest in becoming a certified Ski or Snowboard professional, and are able to work with younger students.

Teaching assistants help our certified instructors work with groups of students, providing assistance to the instructors and students as required, and learn the craft of teaching snowsports.

Training sessions to improve your riding and teaching skills are an important element of the teaching assistant program.

This position qualifies for High School volunteer hours and community service hours. 

To apply, please email mike@skihiddenvalley.ca

 

Become Certified

In order to teach, you must complete your Level 1 CSIA Ski, or Level 1 CASI Snowboard certification. These courses are for any competent skier/rider aged 15 years or older seeking to work as a ski or snowboard professional.  

 

CSIA Ski Instructor – Level One

https://www.snowpro.com/en/become-a-member

 

CASI Snowboard Instructor – Level One

https://www.casi-acms.com/index.php/en/courses/level-1-instructor

 

CSCF Ski Coach – Level One

https://www.canskicoach.org/cscf/

 

Please contact the Snow School for opportunities and employment.

snowschool@skihiddenvalley.ca

 

COACHING OPPORTUNITIES

We currently seek EL and DL trained/certified coaches to fill vacancies in our U14 and U16 competitive race program.  Coaching in the member-based program is best suited for a positive, caring individual with strong communication and planning skills and the ability to be part of a team.  Being able to react and adapt is just part of this fun and fast-paced environment.  Candidates should understand current CSCF guidelines, LTAD model and Snow Stars.

We encourage and support ongoing training including weekly sessions and ongoing professional development. 

 

Applicants must be available for training, Christmas Camp and 9-week program.  Additional opportunities may be available during the week and pre/post season. 

Coaches work closely with our Technical Director and report to the Head Coach.  

Competitive compensation program based on certification and experience.

Contact  Bruce Howell, Head Coach at 705-789-1773  x 23  or by email at  bruce@skihiddenvalley.ca

 

SKI COACH - LEVEL ONE

Level one Ski Coach 

 

Please contact the Snow School for opportunities and employment 

snowschool@skihiddenvalley.ca

 

 

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