Vail Resorts to host job fair on Tuesday
VAIL — Vail Resorts will host a job fair in Eagle County at the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort in the Grand Ballroom on Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m. to hire for winter positions at Vail Mountain, Beaver Creek Resort, retail and hospitality locations in Eagle County.
The resorts are in search of service-oriented, professional employees to fill a variety of full-time, part-time and holiday seasonal positions. Those interested in winter employment are invited to apply to work in departments, including lift operations, mountain dining, ticket sales and scanning, Vail and Beaver Creek Ski & Snowboard Schools, Adventure Ridge and activities, retail operations and hospitality. Resort department managers will be on site to provide candidates with information about all of the available positions. Candidates are encouraged to come ready to interview for a position, as attendees may receive contingent offers on the spot.
“As the largest employers in the valley, we are proud to once again offer not just full-time job opportunities for the community but also seasonal and part-time positions as well,” said Matt Jones, director of human resources for Vail Mountain.
Benefits of Working for Vail Resorts
Vail Resorts has recently moved to increase its minimum wage to $10 per hour across all resorts. Benefits of working at Vail or Beaver Creek can include a season pass valid at multiple Vail Resorts mountains, discounted dependent passes, discounts on food, beverage and retail items at the resort, complimentary and/or discounted lift tickets for friends and family, full benefits for full-time employees and more.
Free parking for the job fair is available in the Lionshead parking structure. For more information call the human resources department at Vail at 970-754-3062 or Beaver Creek at 970-754-5270.
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