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Wilmot Mountain would like to announce that the 2012 annual Job Fair will be Tuesday October 9th and Wednesday October 10th from 4pm-7pm! This year we will be celebrating our 75th Anniversary. We have a lot of exciting things planned, and we hope that all of our employees and patrons are excited to celebrate this special year!
If you are interested in employment, you must attend ONE of the days. This year it will be a little different between the two days. The Job Fair on Tuesday October 9th will be for employees that have worked at Wilmot Mountain before. The Job Fair on Wednesday October 10th will be for new applicants. We understand that peoples' schedules can be hectic, so if you have worked at Wilmot Mountain before and you can not attend Tuesday's Job Fair, you must attend Wednesday's Job Fair. If you are a new applicant and you can not attend Wednesday's Job Fair, you must attend on Tuesday. All applicants, new and old, must attend one of the days!
Make sure to bring 2 Forms of Identification listed in the I-9 Form. Please click HERE for acceptable forms of identification.
Applications received during the Job Fair are first priority. Any applications received after the Job Fair will be put on an extended waiting list. It is mandatory that you attend one of these days so you can meet our staff and ask any questions you may have.
All the applications will be for Seasonal Employment, beginning when the ski/snowboard season starts, usually around middle or late November.
You can download the 2012-13 Wilmot Mountain Application ONLINE HERE!
I-9 Form Click HERE
W-4 Click HERE
Be sure to read the I-9 form and have the acceptable documents when dropping off your application.
Bartender -Serve customers in a friendly, helpful, timely manner. The Ski Area industry looks for bartenders who are very personable with excellent communication skills. A general knowledge of skiing or snowboarding is helpful but not required. Must be 18 years of age and hold a valid bartending license before starting date.
Bussing - Clears tables, restocks clean trays, napkins, & condiments. Checks restrooms for cleanliness, restocks toiletries & cleans as needed.
Cashiers -Receive and disburse money involving use of electronic cash registers and processing credit/debit cards while maintaining an outstanding level of customer service.
Food Service -Perform a variety of food preparation duties such as preparing cold/hot foods, brewing coffee, serving a variety of items including, sodas, soups, burgers in a cafeteria style environment. Other duties include stocking various items, unloading deliveries, keeping the food service area clean and presentable.
Group Sales Assistant- Assist with the welcoming, checking in, and processing of group outings.
Guest Services -Welcome guests, direct patrons to specific areas or restrooms. Assist with group orientations, escort patrons to their specific areas, and provide literature and trail maps.
Lift Operators -Lift operators are responsible for the safe and efficient operation of mountain chair lifts, and the customers that use them. They spend their days helping customers, of all skill levels, to load and unload from lifts, in all kinds of weather.
Maintenance - Perform a wide variety of electrical, plumbing, equipment and general building maintenance and repair functions related to the care and maintenance of Wilmot Mountain Facilities.
Receptionist/Office Staff -Greets visitors, handles a multi-line phone system, directs calls to correct extensions, helps customers with their needs, updates specific areas on website and phone recording, and performs general administrative duties. Must be able to multi-task, work as part of a team and maintain an outstanding level of professionalism and customer service in a fast paced work environment. Skiing/snowboarding knowledge is helpful but not required.
Rental Shop Technician - Ski, snowboard, and boot technicians. Must be friendly/customer-service oriented, and able to work in a fast-paced work environment. Background knowledge of ski/snowboard industry, all current repair shop machinery and tools, skills in mounting, testing and tuning of skis and snowboards is helpful.
Repair Shop- Knowledgeable in ski and snowboard equipment. Able to fix/repair minor to major equipment problems.
Retail Shop Sales - Maximizing sales, guest relations, money-handling responsibilities. Cashier and computer experience helpful, especially in soft goods/clothing business environment.
Ski Instructor - Teaching duties relative to certification and experience with adults and or children in both groups and private lessons, participation in training clinics, be familiar with lessons and pricing to continue to promote skill development, actively assist guests to remain in the sport. (There is a meeting on 09/29/12 at 9am in the Iron Kettle if you are interested in being a Ski Instructor)
Snowboard Instructor - Passion for snowboarding, good "people person" enjoy working with people, good communication skills, good time management skills, commitment to work at least two 7 hour shifts each week through the entire Wilmot season, at least 16 years old. (There is a meeting on 09/29/12 at 9am in the Iron Kettle if you are interested in being a Snowboard Instructor)
Snowmaking/Grooming -Tends snow making equipment of ski resort to produce manufactured snow along ski trails: Rides chair lift or drives snow-terrain vehicle along ski trails to reach snow equipment. Attaches hoses from snow equipment to nozzles of above-ground outlets for underground compressed air and water pipelines, using wrenches.
Tubing Lane Attendants- Help and teach tubing customers how to properly sit and go down the hill in the tube.