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  Admin Assistant - Snow Sports

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Alpine or Snowboard Instructor

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Barista

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Bartender

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Cashier F&B

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Childcare Provider

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Front Desk Clerk

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Front Line Attendant

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Graveyard Front Desk

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Guest Services Staff

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Hot Tub Utility Staff

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Housekeeping Supply Runner

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Housekeeping Team Lead

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Lift Attendant

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Parking Host

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Recreation & Events Staff

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Rental Utility Technician

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Retail Sales Clerk

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Snow Removal Team

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Snow Reporter

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Snowsports Valet (PT-nights, weekends, & holidays only)

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Terrain Park Crew

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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.





  Winter 2016-2017 Former 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, of a “natural” color, and away from the face:

  • Fad hairstyles, including but not limited to dreadlocks and mohawks, are prohibited.
  • Men’s hair is to be no longer than collar length or pulled back in a ponytail.
  • 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 neat, clean and established prior to the operating season. All beards and mustaches must be trimmed to one inch maximum length.

  • An employee who has not established a mustache or beard prior to the operating season is 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 to the jaw line.
  • Neckline of beards must be above the Adam’s Apple
  • A clean cheek line must be maintained

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.

Piercings, rings, necklaces and bracelets are to be conservative in size and style and are permitted so long as they do not interfere with the safety of the employee.

  • No more than three piercings per ear.
  • Ear plugs are allowed up to ¼ inch, but the holes must be covered with non-offensive earrings. Plugs are not allowed on any other part of the face.
  • Facial piercings are generally not permitted; although women may have a single nose piercing with a ballpoint pen sized stud earing.

The exception to the above appearance standards is for “back of house” positions. 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 are responsible for maintaining your uniform during your period of employment. Employees are required to provide their own pants and wear clothing that is clean and well kept. Other articles of clothing must be 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, if issued are to be worn while on shift.
  • If a vest is issued, sleeves underneath must be the issued uniform shirt or, solid black or white.
  • Sweatshirt 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. Cargo shorts are allowed.
  • Pants or jeans are to be black, khaki or traditional blue in color and must be of a conservative style (ex. no cargo, holes, low riders, baggy, etc.)
  • Pants or jeans are to be solid in color; not faded, worn, acid washed or have large embellishments.
  • Solid, black, knee length or longer athletic tights are permitted for women.

Footwear: For safety reasons, appropriate footwear for the job(s) being performed is required. In no circumstances are flip-flops allowed while on duty or in uniform. Closed-toe are required for all positions.

Hats: If hats are issued per department uniform standards, they are to be WMR logo 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.

Office positions are required to wear no less than business casual attire. At a minimum, business casual attire is defined as:

  • Slacks or skirts. Jeans in black, khaki or traditional blue color in good condition are allowed when meetings with non-company personnel are not scheduled or anticipated.
  • Collared shirts are required for men and must be worn tucked in unless the bottom of the shirt is straight and designed to be worn out.
  • Tank tops are allowed for women, but must professional in style.
  • No tee shirts are allowed.

NOTE: Company issued uniforms are not to be worn when off duty.







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