Be a part of something special ♥️
It's our 85th Anniversary!
We're the oldest continually operating ski area in MT and we're looking for enthusiastic fun employees that want to be a part of ski area history. We have many positions available that do not require the ability to ski or snowboard. We're looking for good people with great attitudes. Apply today and make our 85th year our best one yet!
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P.O. Box 92
Neihart, MT 59465
The Ticket Queen/King handles ticket sales, guest relations, information, and money handling in a fast-paced environment, including radio communication, and miscellaneous clerical duties. You may be asked to perform tasks outside of your specific job description.
Attendant must be 16 years of age. Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays – Attendant is responsible for greeting guests and for effectively structuring parking lot. Attendant is responsible at times for safely shuttling guests with Kubota and trailer. You may be asked to perform tasks outside of your specific job description.
Enthusiastic individuals, with big smiles willing to help any and all departments as needed during our busiest times. Be on-call for holiday help, event support staff and filling-in when our team is short-handed. This is an ideal position for students on college or high school break. Nothing like working at a ski area to freshen your mind for the next semester! You may be asked to perform tasks outside of your specific job description.
Clean and maintain base lodge on a nightly basis. Custodial staff must be self-motivated and capable of handling physical demands. Tasks include sweep, mop, vacuum, swamp bathrooms, stock bathroom paper goods, set tables, and chairs, dispose of garbage, and any other necessary task to make the lodge as presentable as possible.
This position is all knowing and is integral to the day to day operations to Showdown Montana. This position handles all pass sales, PE sales, and online sales. This position is the main connection between maintenance, lifts, snow school, grooming, and mountain operations. This position must learn a number of entities of operation and have the ability to discuss it with the guests, especially over the phone. End of day tasks include recapping all point of sale transactions and prepping for follow up letters. You may be asked to perform tasks outside of your specific job description.
BENEFITS for full-time workers include two lift tickets to every ski area in the state!
Please note that full-time employees will need to be available the following dates:
November 30 - Dec. 4: Lift Operator Training. December 8 & 9: Mountain Setup, Ski School Hiring Clinic, Patrol Chair Evacuation.
December 8 & 9: Customer Service Training, Safety Briefing, Employee Chair Evacuation.
December 10, 11 & 12: Opening Weekend!
December 17 - January 2: Holiday Operations (Closed Christmas Day)
January 5- April 3: Open Wed – Sun Plus: Martin Luther King Day & President’s Day.