Bluewood is currently accepting applications for the 2012/2013 season. Download and complete the employment application and send to our attention. You can either mail to us, drop if off at the Information Office at the mountain or at the Dayton business office. We will contact you if a position opens and you meet the requirments.
Food Service Worker – helps to prepare and serve quality meals and assists our guests. You will be right in the middle of the action, putting your guest service skills to the test.
Lift Operator – like the outdoors and wearing a smile?…this job is for you. Lift Operators start the day shoveling new snow, setting up rope lines, and placing signs to assist our guests in loading our three lifts. At 9am the lift begins sending guests to the top of the slopes and it is your job to make sure they are wearing their lift ticket, load the lift safely, and of course give them a big ol’ smile and a “good morning!”
Rental Technician – this is often a first-time guest’s first impression of the Ski Bluewood staff.Being friendly and knowledgeable is a must. It also helps to be a bit handy with hand tools. You will find yourself waxing, adjusting equipment for our guests, as well as running a cash register. This is a very rewarding job….often being influential to a newbie falling in love with skiing or snowboarding.
Sales – all smiles and answers. These people are very knowledgeable about the facility and resort programs. They have excellent cash handling skills and know how to make the customer feel satisfied. We need ticket, lesson, retail, and group sales staff. Are you outgoing and love to lend a hand? You will find yourself helping someone put their lift ticket on correctly and then make a recommendation for their first run of the day.
Ski and Snowboard instructors – you must be an accomplished skier or snowboarder, love kids, and be able to speak in front of groups. Instructors are key personnel who keep guests coming back for more! You can imagine just how rewarding this job can be…turning people into snow lovers. These jobs are part-time and often the skiing benefits out weigh the monetary gains, but there is no better way to be a “ski bum” for the winter.