An hour north of Salt Lake City, Powder Mountain is a year-round destination for an ongoing program of events and activities – a home to the emergent culture of creativity and collaboration exemplified by the Summit community. Summit Powder Mountain is the largest ski-able resort in North America and is preserving its magical skiing experience for generations to come and to save it from over development. We are not just another job, we are a community.
This is the Ski Patrol general application. Hired applicants will be assigned to the proper job classification during the on-boarding process based on qualifications. Applicants must have proper credentials but do not need experience as a Patroller.
Position: Ski Patroller
Position Type: Seasonal-Full-Time(Preferred)/Part-Time & Volunteer available
Job Performance Expectations:
- Commitment to assigned work schedule
- Good personal hygiene
- Positive, outgoing attitude
- Good interpersonal skills
- Able to work as a team member
- Able to interact with guests and staff
- Ability to quickly become familiar and oriented to facilities and terrain
- Basic knowledge of Avalanche terrain and hazard awareness
- Basic knowledge of mountain travel and rescue awareness
- Basic conception of how to Identify, correct, mitigate and/or mark hazards
- Willingness to progress one’s skill set and attend continuing education
- Proficiency in, and proof of current, valid medical credential of; National Ski Patrol Outdoor Emergency Care, Utah or National EMT-B or above; or other recognized credential and related experience may be accepted by Powder Mountain
- Professional level CPR/AED certification
- Follow instructions of lead, manager or supervisor
- Above average skiing or snowboarding skills in various snow and weather conditions
- Provide care and treatment of injured guests/staff
- Document care/treatment rendered, incident investigation evidence and observations
- Maintain signage, hazard markings, rope and/or bamboo lines
- Maintain the proper height of lift tower, light pole and sign post, padding
- Snow removal with a shovel
- Assist other departments when required
Uniform Requirement: Patrol Coat (Provided), Black or Dark Gray Pants/Bibs (Not Provided)
- Aid Belt or Pack (Not Provided)
- Shovel (Provided to mitigation team workers)
- Beacon (Provided to mitigation team workers)
- Probe (Provided to mitigation team workers)
- Ski or Snowboard at an advanced level
- Walk on even/uneven/slippery terrain
- Climb/descend stairs
- Ski, stand and/or sit for long periods of time
- Hike with skis and pack
- Bend, stoop, reach, push, pull, lift, and carry objects that may be heavy (50+lbs)
- Manual dexterity to operate gear, a computer, and other common patrol equipment on a constant basis
Based primarily outside and is exposed to extreme temperatures, sun and wind exposure, inclement weather (rain, snow, ice) and high altitudes (9,000 ft+).
Powder Mountain Team Member Perks:
- Season Ski Pass
- Dependent Passes (for eligible employment status and eligible dependents)
- Patrol Gear Allowance
- UTA Ski Bus Pass
- Ski Season Buddy Vouchers
- Winter Season Mountain Discounts (food, retail, etc.)
- Expert Discounts
For more information visit:https://www.powdermountain.com/ski-patrol-information
The Assistant Ski Patrol Director assists the Ski Patrol Director who oversees the ski/bike patrollers, who provide emergency services to skiing and riding guests including medical care, search and rescue, lift evacuation, and identification and marking of hazardous ski and mountain bike trail conditions.
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Compensation and Benefits: Proposed hiring rate of $62,000-72,000/year, depending on experience.
Benefits: This position is Full-Time / Year-Round and includes an outstanding benefit package. This position is eligible to enroll in company medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, HSA, life/disability options; season pass for employees/dependents and privileges at several other resorts. Several discount programs (i.e., food & beverage, retail/rental, tickets, etc.) also available.
The Ski Patrol Director oversees all aspects of the Eldora Professional and Volunteer Ski Patrol and Mountain Safety departments. This includes overall department performance, staffing, training, budgeting, scheduling, employee safety, culture, interdepartmental relations, and guest service. This position manages and assigns all Ski Patrol operations to ensure Eldora is maintained in a safe, well organized, efficient, and enjoyable environment. The Ski Patrol Director is responsible for executing safety initiatives, overseeing medical aid, leading all aspects of snow safety and avalanche mitigation work, rope rescue, lift evacuation, avalanche rescue, and incident investigation. The Ski Patrol Director reports to the Director of Mountain Operations and works within the Mountain Operations team to execute daily operations, common goals, planning, and future initiatives.
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Mount Peter is located in Warwick, just one hour from New York City (the George Washington Bridge) in the Hudson Valley, of Orange County, New York.
Mount Peter’s Ski Patrol is a member organization of The National Ski Patrol. The department is comprised of volunteers and paid patrollers who provide emergency first aid and medical services as well as using their ski and snowboard skills to provide on-hill rescue and treatment. Duties include proving medical treatment and transportation off of the mountain, set up and breakdown of trails, working with mountain operations daily on trail openings, closing, conditions, hill markings, etc., as well as provide guest education on skier safety. Job requirements: OEC certification, or EMT technician, strong skiing or snowboarding skills for on hill patrollers.
If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safety Services Manager/Pro–Patroller
Loup Loup Ski Education Foundation is a non–profit 501(c)(3) organization operating the Loup Loup Ski Bowl in Okanogan County, Washington. LLSEF seeks add a Safety Services Manager to its staff, beginning June, 2022. Patrollers are responsible for providing safety and emergency services to LLSEF guests. Duties include: morning trail checks, patrolling assigned areas, mountain maintenance, attending to injured staff and guests, providing first aid, performing search and rescue, and closing the mountain at the end of the day. Patrollers are given the privilege and great responsibility of managing the mountain safety and ensuring compliance with Mountain Safety and Conduct rules.
This position is full-time and year round.
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Join the Ski Cooper team as Assistant Patrol Director! Cooper is a fiercely independent Colorado ski area whose mission is to deliver joy and smiles to our guests through unparalleled alpine experiences at family-friendly prices. Cooper is on an exciting growth trajectory with expansion on the horizon. Now is the time to get onboard!
Job Title: Ski Patrol Assistant Director
Location: Leadville, CO
Base Pay: $22.00 – $27.50 / Hour DOE
Employee Type: Winter Seasonal – FT
Required Degree: High school
Manage Others: Yes
The Assistant Ski Patrol Director assists the Patrol Director with the daily operations and management of Ski Patrol and the EMS operations at Ski Cooper. The Assistant Director acts for the Director in their absence and provides safety, first aid, and rescue services for the patrons of Ski Cooper.
Duties and responsibilities
- Assists the Ski Patrol Director in the management of the daily operations of the Ski Patrol department
- Responsible for follow through on any aspect of patrol documentation to include training, reports, and or investigations
- Provides safety, first aid, and rescue services for the patrons/employees of Cooper and maintain confidentiality regarding the operations of Cooper Hill Ski Area Inc. and all patient care
- Operates snowmobiles
- Participates in Risk Management procedures, including incident investigation and assistance with developing and improving documentation
- Attends and participates in annual training refresher courses required to maintain OEC, CPR, toboggan handling, and lift evacuation certifications
- Plans and implements daily avalanche routes, and explosives application including leading, directing, and supporting other patrollers in correct and successful mitigation techniques
- Trains and teaches less experienced staff all aspects of patrol duties and processes
- Coordinates and collaborates with other Mountain Operations and ski area departments and staff to contribute to the success of both Patrol and company goals
- Any other tasks assigned
- High School Diploma or GED required
- Must be 21+ with current and valid Colorado Driver’s License
- Positive, professional attitude
- Ability to work solo or as part of a team, including team leadership
- Proficiency with computer software used by the patrol to include 1 Risk, Excel, Word, Outlook, UKG, and One Note
- Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in Ski Area Risk Management practices and general ski area operations
- Proficient skiing ability, i.e. PSIA Level 8 Advanced Skier, comfortable on all terrain and in all conditions
- NSP Outdoor Emergency Care Technician and/or NREMT Basic Emergency Care Technician certification
- Provider Level CPR/AED (AHA preferred) certification
- Have one or more of the following certifications: Instructor for NSP Outdoor Emergency Care or Outdoor Emergency Transportation or Provider Level CPR/AED Instructor
- Level 1 AAIRE certification preferred
The Assistant Patrol Director position is based primarily outside and is exposed to temperature extremes (above 85 degrees and below 20 degrees), sun and wind exposure, inclement weather (rain, snow, ice) and high altitudes (10,500+ feet).
Must be able to walk on even/uneven/slippery terrain, climb/descend even/uneven/slippery terrain, climb/descend stairs, stand and/or sit for long periods of time, bend, stoop, reach, push, pull, lift objects that may be heavy, and ski at an advanced level.
Ski Patrol staff – professional and volunteer
Gunstock Mountain Resort in Gilford, NH is looking for a Certified Medical Professional to join our Safety Services team. This position works closely with the Safety Services Manager to actively promote public and employee safety, incident prevention, risk management, and deliver exceptional service for winter and summer guests. Supervise and coordinate all aspects of daily operations for First Aid Stations to ensure the delivery of quality, empathetic, and professional care for injured/ill guests and employees. This position reports directly to the Safety Services Manager/Ski Patrol Director.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Effectively assist with all aspects of the Safety Services operation and First Aid Stations including pre-season setup and inspections (daily, monthly, & annual), daily opening and closing procedures, equipment inventory and maintenance, staffing, administrative duties; maintain accurate records of all inspection logs, Ride File Jackets, department operating manuals and training manuals, dispatch logs, and incident documentation.
- Attend to patient evaluation and triage and provide appropriate first aid for injured guests and employees; provide transportation off the mountain and arrange for local EMS/Ambulance as needed; complete incident documentation within required timelines and in compliance with state/federal regulations and patient privacy laws.
- Work with Department Manager and Training Coordinator to deliver pre-hire and in-service training and education for Patrollers with a focus on basic patrolling and rescue skills, ski and toboggan training, medical evaluation and treatment, and risk management protocol such as identifying and marking hazards, fencing, rope lines, and on mountain signage.
- Maintain a strong working knowledge of the Gunstock Emergency Response Plan, with emphasis on Lift Evacuation and Zipline Rescue plans; assist with the coordination and execution of all emergency responses for summer and winter operations, including large-scale public events.
- Responsible for adhering to skier safety programs, as well as skier safety education and enforcement of the Responsibility Code, Park Smart, and the Area’s Reckless Skier Policy in accordance with NH RSA 225; assist with the development and promotion of mountain wide safety programs for members of the public, school outreach programs, and race teams.
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE:
- High school diploma or general equivalency, plus 1-2 years outdoor recreation experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.; must be 18 years of age or older
- National Registry EMT Basic License and CPR-BLS for the Healthcare Provider Certification required; NSP Outdoor Emergency Care Certification preferred; Qualified Climber Certification must be obtained within first 90 days
- Intermediate to advanced skiing/snowboarding skills required with ability to safety transport guests via toboggan on all terrain in all weather conditions
- Frequently required to move about the mountain and base area in emergency response situations; required to move equipment, tools, and materials weighing up to 25 lbs. regularly, up to 50 lbs. frequently, and up to 75 lbs. occasionally; constantly required to visually inspect, detect, and assess work areas, attractions, ski trails, lift lines, adventure courses, tools, equipment, and vehicles
This is a prime-time year-round opportunity with many benefits including: Medical and Dental coverage, company paid Short-Term Disability & Life Insurance, Retirement Plans, Paid Time Off from date of hire plus 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Meal Periods, Complimentary Shift Beverages, 40% off all resort F&B venues, 25% off retail purchases at Gunstock Ski & Sport; Complimentary Season Passes for you & your family, plus Complimentary Day Passes for friends.
Located in the heart of the Winnipesaukee Lakes Region, Gunstock is among the longest continuously operating ski areas in NH and remains committed to our mission of delivering memorable outdoor adventures for guests of all ages and abilities. Built by the Works Progress Administration in 1937, Gunstock is owned and operated by Belknap County. In recent years, the resort has transformed into a four-season recreation area, featuring award-winning camping, adventure park attractions and major events.
APPLY ONLINE AT GUNSTOCK.COM/EMPLOYMENT