Employers need staff to cover their entire season, so many will hire a combination of full season staff, early season staff and late season staff. In our experience, preference is given to those who can work the entire season – but there are plenty of short season opportunities out there as well.
There are loads of factors to consider when you’re contemplating taking the leap of working, traveling, and living somewhere new. We’ve put together a short and helpful guide on some of the basics. So put your mind at ease and get excited for the adventure that awaits you!
Returning service personnel may find that a seasonal Job In A Great Place might be just the ticket to explore a new part of the country, or to put a newly acquired job skill to work. With employee housing and meal plans on-site with many of the employers on CoolWorks, the transition to seasonal life may be simple.
Seeking that 100+ day season? Short of not working at all, to maximize your on-snow days, working at a ski resort is the gig for you. Some resorts also have relationships with nearby ski areas to offer reciprocal lift ticket benefits to their employees, allowing opportunities to visit multiple resorts over the season.
The job seekers who apply for, and eventually get, a seasonal job are SO excited about working in YOUR Great Place! When they get to you, do you help encourage that enthusiasm to shine through their day to day work?