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*** Winter '14/'15 jobs will be posted in August. ***
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  Human Resources Representative (Year Round)
Appearance Standards
The impression that we make on our guests is very important. Remember, you may be the first contact that a guest has with our Resort, therefore, we want to make sure that it is a good and lasting impression. We require that all employees maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance and conduct themselves in a reasonable and considerate manner at all times while on duty and when in uniform off duty. Therefore, employees who groom themselves or who dress (including jewelry, perfumes/scents, etc.) in a manner that might reasonably be considered by your supervisor, guests or other members of the public to be extreme, offensive, revealing, distracting, unsafe or is otherwise inappropriate is prohibited. Specific departments may reserve the right to maintain a stricter appearance standard.

Hair is to be clean, neatly groomed, and of a "natural" color:
  • Fad hairstyles including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
  • Men's hair is to be tapered at or above the mid-ear and collar length of a conventional shirt collar and above the eyebrows.
  • Long hair for women may need to be restrained depending on the employee's job to comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Beards and mustaches are to be established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to a half inch maximum length.
  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season will be required to be clean shaven daily throughout the season.
  • Sideburns are to be straight and no longer than the bottom of the ear.
  • Goatees are allowed
  • "Soul Patches" are allowed
  • Mustaches may extend 1/2 inch below the corner of the lips.
  • Tattoos are to be discreet and non-offensive.
  • Exposed tattooed areas of more than two square inches in total are to be covered by proper work attire.
  • Piercing is allowed through the ears only.
  • No more than three per ear.
  • Plugs are allowed up to 1/4 inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Earlobe stretching is prohibited.
  • Conservative earrings (no larger than a dime), rings, necklaces and bracelets are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.
  • The exception to the above appearance standards is for "back of house" positions. In these positions longer hair is allowed on men as long as it is restrained. Tattoos larger than two square inches may be left uncovered in these positions. Back of house positions for which these exemptions will be permitted include:
  • Nighttime slope groomers and janitors
  • Trail crew/sawyer
  • Kitchen staff


Uniform Standards
Many departments require employees to wear uniforms while on the job. If applicable, uniforms (jackets, vests, shirts, hats, etc.) will be issued to you at the time of hire. You will be responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. All uniform shirts are to be collared, unless otherwise specified. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing worn properly (jackets zipped, hats on straight, etc.) Nametags will be issued at check in by Human Resources and are to be worn at all times while on duty.
  • Uniform shirts with tails are to be worn tucked in; uniform shirts with straight bottoms and with a length no longer than six inches below the navel may be worn either tucked in or out.
  • Uniform shirts are to be collared or WMR logo tee shirts (specified per department)
  • Sweatshirts hoods are not allowed underneath or over uniforms.
  • If shorts (summer only) or skirts are allowed in your department they must be no more than three inches above the knee.
  • Pants of a traditional cut (ex. no cargo, low riders, baggy, etc.), not faded or worn. Unless specified by department, pants are to be black or khaki in color.


Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job or jobs being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Sandals are permitted for office-type positions; otherwise, closed-toe shoes are required.

Hats: If hats are worn, they are to be WMR logo, uniform issue and worn in a normal manner (straight). If a uniform hat is part of your uniform, one hat will be issued at the start of a season. If your hat is misplaced, you will be required to purchase another hat, which will be available through Snowghost Outfitters.


  Lift Maintenance Mechanic III
Appearance Standards
The impression that we make on our guests is very important. Remember, you may be the first contact that a guest has with our Resort, therefore, we want to make sure that it is a good and lasting impression. We require that all employees maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance and conduct themselves in a reasonable and considerate manner at all times while on duty and when in uniform off duty. Therefore, employees who groom themselves or who dress (including jewelry, perfumes/scents, etc.) in a manner that might reasonably be considered by your supervisor, guests or other members of the public to be extreme, offensive, revealing, distracting, unsafe or is otherwise inappropriate is prohibited. Specific departments may reserve the right to maintain a stricter appearance standard.

Hair is to be clean, neatly groomed, and of a "natural" color:
  • Fad hairstyles including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
  • Men's hair is to be tapered at or above the mid-ear and collar length of a conventional shirt collar and above the eyebrows.
  • Long hair for women may need to be restrained depending on the employee's job to comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Beards and mustaches are to be established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to a half inch maximum length.
  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season will be required to be clean shaven daily throughout the season.
  • Sideburns are to be straight and no longer than the bottom of the ear.
  • Goatees are allowed
  • "Soul Patches" are allowed
  • Mustaches may extend 1/2 inch below the corner of the lips.
  • Tattoos are to be discreet and non-offensive.
  • Exposed tattooed areas of more than two square inches in total are to be covered by proper work attire.
  • Piercing is allowed through the ears only.
  • No more than three per ear.
  • Plugs are allowed up to 1/4 inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Earlobe stretching is prohibited.
  • Conservative earrings (no larger than a dime), rings, necklaces and bracelets are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.
  • The exception to the above appearance standards is for "back of house" positions. In these positions longer hair is allowed on men as long as it is restrained. Tattoos larger than two square inches may be left uncovered in these positions. Back of house positions for which these exemptions will be permitted include:
  • Nighttime slope groomers and janitors
  • Trail crew/sawyer
  • Kitchen staff


Uniform Standards
Many departments require employees to wear uniforms while on the job. If applicable, uniforms (jackets, vests, shirts, hats, etc.) will be issued to you at the time of hire. You will be responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. All uniform shirts are to be collared, unless otherwise specified. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing worn properly (jackets zipped, hats on straight, etc.) Nametags will be issued at check in by Human Resources and are to be worn at all times while on duty.
  • Uniform shirts with tails are to be worn tucked in; uniform shirts with straight bottoms and with a length no longer than six inches below the navel may be worn either tucked in or out.
  • Uniform shirts are to be collared or WMR logo tee shirts (specified per department)
  • Sweatshirts hoods are not allowed underneath or over uniforms.
  • If shorts (summer only) or skirts are allowed in your department they must be no more than three inches above the knee.
  • Pants of a traditional cut (ex. no cargo, low riders, baggy, etc.), not faded or worn. Unless specified by department, pants are to be black or khaki in color.


Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job or jobs being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Sandals are permitted for office-type positions; otherwise, closed-toe shoes are required.

Hats: If hats are worn, they are to be WMR logo, uniform issue and worn in a normal manner (straight). If a uniform hat is part of your uniform, one hat will be issued at the start of a season. If your hat is misplaced, you will be required to purchase another hat, which will be available through Snowghost Outfitters.


  Payroll & Benefits Manager
Appearance Standards
The impression that we make on our guests is very important. Remember, you may be the first contact that a guest has with our Resort, therefore, we want to make sure that it is a good and lasting impression. We require that all employees maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance and conduct themselves in a reasonable and considerate manner at all times while on duty and when in uniform off duty. Therefore, employees who groom themselves or who dress (including jewelry, perfumes/scents, etc.) in a manner that might reasonably be considered by your supervisor, guests or other members of the public to be extreme, offensive, revealing, distracting, unsafe or is otherwise inappropriate is prohibited. Specific departments may reserve the right to maintain a stricter appearance standard.

Hair is to be clean, neatly groomed, and of a "natural" color:
  • Fad hairstyles including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
  • Men's hair is to be tapered at or above the mid-ear and collar length of a conventional shirt collar and above the eyebrows.
  • Long hair for women may need to be restrained depending on the employee's job to comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Beards and mustaches are to be established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to a half inch maximum length.
  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season will be required to be clean shaven daily throughout the season.
  • Sideburns are to be straight and no longer than the bottom of the ear.
  • Goatees are allowed
  • "Soul Patches" are allowed
  • Mustaches may extend 1/2 inch below the corner of the lips.
  • Tattoos are to be discreet and non-offensive.
  • Exposed tattooed areas of more than two square inches in total are to be covered by proper work attire.
  • Piercing is allowed through the ears only.
  • No more than three per ear.
  • Plugs are allowed up to 1/4 inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Earlobe stretching is prohibited.
  • Conservative earrings (no larger than a dime), rings, necklaces and bracelets are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.
  • The exception to the above appearance standards is for "back of house" positions. In these positions longer hair is allowed on men as long as it is restrained. Tattoos larger than two square inches may be left uncovered in these positions. Back of house positions for which these exemptions will be permitted include:
  • Nighttime slope groomers and janitors
  • Trail crew/sawyer
  • Kitchen staff


Uniform Standards
Many departments require employees to wear uniforms while on the job. If applicable, uniforms (jackets, vests, shirts, hats, etc.) will be issued to you at the time of hire. You will be responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. All uniform shirts are to be collared, unless otherwise specified. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing worn properly (jackets zipped, hats on straight, etc.) Nametags will be issued at check in by Human Resources and are to be worn at all times while on duty.
  • Uniform shirts with tails are to be worn tucked in; uniform shirts with straight bottoms and with a length no longer than six inches below the navel may be worn either tucked in or out.
  • Uniform shirts are to be collared or WMR logo tee shirts (specified per department)
  • Sweatshirts hoods are not allowed underneath or over uniforms.
  • If shorts (summer only) or skirts are allowed in your department they must be no more than three inches above the knee.
  • Pants of a traditional cut (ex. no cargo, low riders, baggy, etc.), not faded or worn. Unless specified by department, pants are to be black or khaki in color.


Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job or jobs being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Sandals are permitted for office-type positions; otherwise, closed-toe shoes are required.

Hats: If hats are worn, they are to be WMR logo, uniform issue and worn in a normal manner (straight). If a uniform hat is part of your uniform, one hat will be issued at the start of a season. If your hat is misplaced, you will be required to purchase another hat, which will be available through Snowghost Outfitters.


  Sales Manager
Appearance Standards
The impression that we make on our guests is very important. Remember, you may be the first contact that a guest has with our Resort, therefore, we want to make sure that it is a good and lasting impression. We require that all employees maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance and conduct themselves in a reasonable and considerate manner at all times while on duty and when in uniform off duty. Therefore, employees who groom themselves or who dress (including jewelry, perfumes/scents, etc.) in a manner that might reasonably be considered by your supervisor, guests or other members of the public to be extreme, offensive, revealing, distracting, unsafe or is otherwise inappropriate is prohibited. Specific departments may reserve the right to maintain a stricter appearance standard.

Hair is to be clean, neatly groomed, and of a "natural" color:
  • Fad hairstyles including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
  • Men's hair is to be tapered at or above the mid-ear and collar length of a conventional shirt collar and above the eyebrows.
  • Long hair for women may need to be restrained depending on the employee's job to comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Beards and mustaches are to be established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to a half inch maximum length.
  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season will be required to be clean shaven daily throughout the season.
  • Sideburns are to be straight and no longer than the bottom of the ear.
  • Goatees are allowed
  • "Soul Patches" are allowed
  • Mustaches may extend 1/2 inch below the corner of the lips.
  • Tattoos are to be discreet and non-offensive.
  • Exposed tattooed areas of more than two square inches in total are to be covered by proper work attire.
  • Piercing is allowed through the ears only.
  • No more than three per ear.
  • Plugs are allowed up to 1/4 inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Earlobe stretching is prohibited.
  • Conservative earrings (no larger than a dime), rings, necklaces and bracelets are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.
  • The exception to the above appearance standards is for "back of house" positions. In these positions longer hair is allowed on men as long as it is restrained. Tattoos larger than two square inches may be left uncovered in these positions. Back of house positions for which these exemptions will be permitted include:
  • Nighttime slope groomers and janitors
  • Trail crew/sawyer
  • Kitchen staff


Uniform Standards
Many departments require employees to wear uniforms while on the job. If applicable, uniforms (jackets, vests, shirts, hats, etc.) will be issued to you at the time of hire. You will be responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. All uniform shirts are to be collared, unless otherwise specified. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing worn properly (jackets zipped, hats on straight, etc.) Nametags will be issued at check in by Human Resources and are to be worn at all times while on duty.
  • Uniform shirts with tails are to be worn tucked in; uniform shirts with straight bottoms and with a length no longer than six inches below the navel may be worn either tucked in or out.
  • Uniform shirts are to be collared or WMR logo tee shirts (specified per department)
  • Sweatshirts hoods are not allowed underneath or over uniforms.
  • If shorts (summer only) or skirts are allowed in your department they must be no more than three inches above the knee.
  • Pants of a traditional cut (ex. no cargo, low riders, baggy, etc.), not faded or worn. Unless specified by department, pants are to be black or khaki in color.


Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job or jobs being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Sandals are permitted for office-type positions; otherwise, closed-toe shoes are required.

Hats: If hats are worn, they are to be WMR logo, uniform issue and worn in a normal manner (straight). If a uniform hat is part of your uniform, one hat will be issued at the start of a season. If your hat is misplaced, you will be required to purchase another hat, which will be available through Snowghost Outfitters.


Available Summer 2014 Positions
  Line Cook
Appearance Standards
The impression that we make on our guests is very important. Remember, you may be the first contact that a guest has with our Resort, therefore, we want to make sure that it is a good and lasting impression. We require that all employees maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance and conduct themselves in a reasonable and considerate manner at all times while on duty and when in uniform off duty. Therefore, employees who groom themselves or who dress (including jewelry, perfumes/scents, etc.) in a manner that might reasonably be considered by your supervisor, guests or other members of the public to be extreme, offensive, revealing, distracting, unsafe or is otherwise inappropriate is prohibited. Specific departments may reserve the right to maintain a stricter appearance standard.

Hair is to be clean, neatly groomed, and of a "natural" color:
  • Fad hairstyles including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
  • Men's hair is to be tapered at or above the mid-ear and collar length of a conventional shirt collar and above the eyebrows.
  • Long hair for women may need to be restrained depending on the employee's job to comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Beards and mustaches are to be established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to a half inch maximum length.
  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season will be required to be clean shaven daily throughout the season.
  • Sideburns are to be straight and no longer than the bottom of the ear.
  • Goatees are allowed
  • "Soul Patches" are allowed
  • Mustaches may extend 1/2 inch below the corner of the lips.
  • Tattoos are to be discreet and non-offensive.
  • Exposed tattooed areas of more than two square inches in total are to be covered by proper work attire.
  • Piercing is allowed through the ears only.
  • No more than three per ear.
  • Plugs are allowed up to 1/4 inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Earlobe stretching is prohibited.
  • Conservative earrings (no larger than a dime), rings, necklaces and bracelets are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.
  • The exception to the above appearance standards is for "back of house" positions. In these positions longer hair is allowed on men as long as it is restrained. Tattoos larger than two square inches may be left uncovered in these positions. Back of house positions for which these exemptions will be permitted include:
  • Nighttime slope groomers and janitors
  • Trail crew/sawyer
  • Kitchen staff

Uniform Standards
Many departments require employees to wear uniforms while on the job. If applicable, uniforms (jackets, vests, shirts, hats, etc.) will be issued to you at the time of hire. You will be responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. All uniform shirts are to be collared, unless otherwise specified. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing worn properly (jackets zipped, hats on straight, etc.) Nametags will be issued at check in by Human Resources and are to be worn at all times while on duty.
  • Uniform shirts with tails are to be worn tucked in; uniform shirts with straight bottoms and with a length no longer than six inches below the navel may be worn either tucked in or out.
  • Uniform shirts are to be collared or WMR logo tee shirts (specified per department)
  • Sweatshirts hoods are not allowed underneath or over uniforms.
  • If shorts (summer only) or skirts are allowed in your department they must be no more than three inches above the knee.
  • Pants of a traditional cut (ex. no cargo, low riders, baggy, etc.), not faded or worn. Unless specified by department, pants are to be black or khaki in color.
Footwear
: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job or jobs being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Sandals are permitted for office-type positions; otherwise, closed-toe shoes are required.
Hats
: If hats are worn, they are to be WMR logo, uniform issue and worn in a normal manner (straight). If a uniform hat is part of your uniform, one hat will be issued at the start of a season. If your hat is misplaced, you will be required to purchase another hat, which will be available through Snowghost Outfitters.

Equal Employment Opportunity
It is the policy of WSI to provide equal opportunity in employment and opportunities for advancement to all persons based on their experience, aptitude and abilities without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, disability, national origin, or genetic history except where allowed by law and the reasonable demand of a job require such a distinction to be made.

WSI will make accommodation for employees or applicants with disabilities except when making an accommodation would result in an undue hardship. WSI will not retaliate against any employee who makes a good faith report of alleged unlawful discrimination or who assists another employee in the filing or processing of a complaint.


  Winter 2014-2015 Returning Employee Application
Appearance Standards
The impression that we make on our guests is very important. Remember, you may be the first contact that a guest has with our Resort, therefore, we want to make sure that it is a good and lasting impression. We require that all employees maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance and conduct themselves in a reasonable and considerate manner at all times while on duty and when in uniform off duty. Therefore, employees who groom themselves or who dress (including jewelry, perfumes/scents, etc.) in a manner that might reasonably be considered by your supervisor, guests or other members of the public to be extreme, offensive, revealing, distracting, unsafe or is otherwise inappropriate is prohibited. Specific departments may reserve the right to maintain a stricter appearance standard.

Hair is to be clean, neatly groomed, and of a "natural" color:
  • Fad hairstyles including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
  • Men's hair is to be tapered at or above the mid-ear and collar length of a conventional shirt collar and above the eyebrows.
  • Long hair for women may need to be restrained depending on the employee's job to comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Beards and mustaches are to be established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to a half inch maximum length.
  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season will be required to be clean shaven daily throughout the season.
  • Sideburns are to be straight and no longer than the bottom of the ear.
  • Goatees are allowed
  • "Soul Patches" are allowed
  • Mustaches may extend 1/2 inch below the corner of the lips.
  • Tattoos are to be discreet and non-offensive.
  • Exposed tattooed areas of more than two square inches in total are to be covered by proper work attire.
  • Piercing is allowed through the ears only.
  • No more than three per ear.
  • Plugs are allowed up to 1/4 inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Earlobe stretching is prohibited.
  • Conservative earrings (no larger than a dime), rings, necklaces and bracelets are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.
  • The exception to the above appearance standards is for "back of house" positions. In these positions longer hair is allowed on men as long as it is restrained. Tattoos larger than two square inches may be left uncovered in these positions. Back of house positions for which these exemptions will be permitted include:
  • Nighttime slope groomers and janitors
  • Trail crew/sawyer
  • Kitchen staff

Uniform Standards
Many departments require employees to wear uniforms while on the job. If applicable, uniforms (jackets, vests, shirts, hats, etc.) will be issued to you at the time of hire. You will be responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. All uniform shirts are to be collared, unless otherwise specified. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing worn properly (jackets zipped, hats on straight, etc.) Nametags will be issued at check in by Human Resources and are to be worn at all times while on duty.
  • Uniform shirts with tails are to be worn tucked in; uniform shirts with straight bottoms and with a length no longer than six inches below the navel may be worn either tucked in or out.
  • Uniform shirts are to be collared or WMR logo tee shirts (specified per department)
  • Sweatshirts hoods are not allowed underneath or over uniforms.
  • If shorts (summer only) or skirts are allowed in your department they must be no more than three inches above the knee.
  • Pants of a traditional cut (ex. no cargo, low riders, baggy, etc.), not faded or worn. Unless specified by department, pants are to be black or khaki in color.
Footwear
: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job or jobs being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Sandals are permitted for office-type positions; otherwise, closed-toe shoes are required.
Hats
: If hats are worn, they are to be WMR logo, uniform issue and worn in a normal manner (straight). If a uniform hat is part of your uniform, one hat will be issued at the start of a season. If your hat is misplaced, you will be required to purchase another hat, which will be available through Snowghost Outfitters.

Equal Employment Opportunity
It is the policy of WSI to provide equal opportunity in employment and opportunities for advancement to all persons based on their experience, aptitude and abilities without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, disability, national origin, or genetic history except where allowed by law and the reasonable demand of a job require such a distinction to be made.

WSI will make accommodation for employees or applicants with disabilities except when making an accommodation would result in an undue hardship. WSI will not retaliate against any employee who makes a good faith report of alleged unlawful discrimination or who assists another employee in the filing or processing of a complaint.


*Please limit your applications to 1 per season. We will apply your application to other postings as we see fit based on your qualifications. Updated daily. To apply view a job's details. Direct questions to 406-862-1938 or x1920.


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