Experience a New Definition of Family
Find a great job at a resort that’s not only one of the best in the world, it feels a lot like home (last year over 1,000 staff members celebrated their fifth season or more at Deer Valley).
Deer Valley Resort is located in Park City, Utah, an exciting and diverse mountain ski town, located 36 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport.
About Deer Valley Resort
Since opening in 1981, Deer Valley Resort has been committed to providing a level of service rarely found in the ski industry, delivering classic, consistent quality service both on and off the mountain.
The Employee Experience
Deer Valley Resort provides staff members with a healthy, fun and positive work experience in a setting that encourages camaraderie and a feeling of being “part of the family.” We are committed to our philosophy of the “Three Circle Model,” which promotes taking care of the guest, taking care of the company, and taking care of each other. Our commitment to this philosophy keep our staff returning year after year.
Our staff, known for being welcoming, knowledgeable, attentive and approachable, pride themselves on the exceptional customer service they provide. The Deer Valley three-circle business model teaches employees to find the balance between taking care of the guest, the company and each other. They are encouraged to emulate a professional and friendly attitude at all times.
Room and Board
Living in Park City
Once on board with us, securing your housing arrangement is a top priority. Options include our Deer Valley employee housing or rentals in the community.
As a benefit to our staff, Deer Valley offers a limited number of dorm-style housing opportunities. The resort has three properties: two in Park City on the free Park City bus route and one located about 14 miles south of Park City with complimentary transportation provided by Deer Valley. Our employee housing is on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you do not wish to live in Deer Valley employee housing, Park City and the surrounding areas provide a variety of seasonal and year-round housing alternatives. If you do not have your own transportation, be sure to look for housing that is located on the free Park City bus route.
Along with competitive wages, Deer Valley is pleased to offer a variety of perks and benefits to our staff:
- End of winter season bonus program
- Subsidized employee housing
- Employee dining rooms offering complimentary breakfast snack, complimentary beverages all day, and subsidized meals while on duty
- Outstanding ski privileges for staff, their families and their friends
- Lodging discounts
- Employee recognition and wellness programs
- Discounts at Deer Valley Resort’s premier restaurants
- Subsidized health insurance program for full-time, seasonal staff
- Complimentary ski lesson plus rental package
- Local area business discounts
- Company sponsored drawings, activities and parties
Please Note: Benefits are subject to rules and eligibility requirements.
Getting Here and Getting Around
TRANSPORTATION FROM THE AIRPORT
Deer Valley Resort is located 36 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Please note that there is no regularly scheduled transportation between the airport and Park City. There are taxi and shuttle services available from Park City Transportation. Reservations are recommended, but these shuttle services will also accept walk-ups at their counters, adjacent to the baggage claim in the Salt Lake City International Airport.
Park City has free public bus transportation that is convenient and easy to use. Two of Deer Valley’s employee housing properties are conveniently located directly on the bus route. For more information, please visit parkcity.org.
For those living in Salt Lake City, there is the PC-SLC Connect, which makes getting to Park City even easier! Deer Valley covers 100% of the fare to use this transit system.
Explore Park City
Park City, Utah, is a small town with big opportunities for fun. Park City is home to over 100 restaurants and bars, theaters, art and cultural events, health clubs and spas, outlet stores, the Utah Olympic Park and over 8,800 acres of skiable terrain. Winter recreational activities include ice skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, tubing, Sundance Film Festival and Wold Cup ski events, to name just a few.
We offer a wide variety of indoor and outdoor positions available in Food and Beverage, Lodging Operations, Mountain Operations, and Skier Services.
How to Apply
Please complete our on-line application.