California's Favorite Mountain Resort!
Mammoth is a major four-season mountain resort located in the spectacular eastern Sierra Nevada mountains, about 3 hours south of Reno, NV and some 5 hours north of Los Angeles.
Home to Olympic champions, with world-class ski terrain as well as snowboard parks, we host over a million visitors every winter, and provide California-style hospitality when we work, along with MAJOR play time when we are OFF!
We are a very diverse company and offer over fifty different unique jobs with about 2,500 of us in total during the peak Winter months. Whether you like working indoors or outdoors, directly with the guests or more behind the scenes, we have a lot of choices.
And our schedules and work environments are pretty diverse, too. About a third of us start work just before Thanksgiving, the rest come on about December 20th, and then we all make it happen until at least mid-April when things begin to slow down. Many of us stay on into the “secret season” of late April and May, some even on into the summer.
Lodging/Housekeeping, Food and Beverage, Retail, Transportation Services, Office/Administrative, Reservations, Ticket Services, Hotel Operations, Lift Operations, Rental Shop Staff, Special Events & Catering Staff, Ski Patrol, Ski & Snowboard Instructors, and Maintenance/Groundskeeping
Room and Board
We run a significant housing operation, with over 600 beds, with many options. We charge employees a nightly rate, and take that right out of paychecks. Mammoth does not have any “meal plans”, although we offer significant food discounts, and people working in Food & Beverage jobs get a free meal with every shift worked. Once you get a job with us, we work with you on the housing options, and you are able to learn much more and see rate sheets and pictures on our employment website.
We offer some of the best privileges in the industry, and our pay consistently comes in the highest of all the West Coast resorts.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Like many mountain resorts, we stand alone in a pristine, remote place. Most people get here by way of Reno, Nevada (to the north), or Los Angeles, California, to the south. There are some limited ground transportation operations that work pretty well for those coming in from those points and not driving their own vehicles. There is good information about all of this on our website. Oh, there is really good bus service all around town and to our work locations, too, and it’s FREE.
Ski, snowboard, cross-country ski, snowshoe on your time off.