|We are committed to providing first class
service in all our resorts. To achieve this, our staff members need to
make a similar commitment to excellence. Previous experience in the guest
service industry is a plus. However, a willingness to work hard, a sincere
enjoyment in working with people, and the ability to take pride in a job
well done can make up for limited work experience.
Resort work is often demanding and very challenging. hours can be long and hard. Sometimes, schedules or job assignments must shift to accommodate last minute needs. We need people who learn quickly and who perform responsibly. And, if you are dependable, sensible, respectful, respectable, and flexible, we want to talk with you!
If you are a student looking for a great place to spend the summer, this may be it, but only if you remain aware that you are not on vacation, you are here to work. Supervision and discipline are as much a part of being here as are freedom and privileges.
You must be 16 years of age or older upon the day you report to work. Staff members who live in dorms should be a minimum of 18 years of age.
Because we have a commitment to maintaining a drug free workplace, employment with the Company is conditional upon your agreement to submit to random and/or reasonable cause drug and alcohol testing.
You must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the US. most staff members meet this requirement with a combination of original Social Security card, copy of their birth certificate, driver's license or state ID card, and/or passport.
Foreign students must apply through a student exchange program, and must have a valid J-1 visa, Form IAP-66, and a Social Security card before arrival.
We cannot process you for employment without the required