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Adventure, discovery, hard work, hard play and a unique work-life balance; this is but a part of what you can experience as a valued member of Grand Canyon National Park Lodges.More about Grand Canyon South Rim
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Providing guests with Legendary Hospitality while contributing to the preservation of this incredible natural resource is our guiding mission. With this in mind, the history and the future of the Grand Canyon is ingrained in all that we do.
Until 1968, the principal concessioner and provider of Grand Canyon visitor services was the Fred Harvey Company. Founded in 1876, the Fred Harvey Company became the “civilizer of the West.” Although Fred Harvey died in 1901, he envisioned Grand Canyon as a major tourist attraction and convinced the Santa Fe Railroad to run a line from Williams, Arizona to this natural wonder. With his sons and grandsons carrying on the business, the company kept pace with service and facility needs as Grand Canyon visitation steadily increased during the first half of the twentieth century. In 1905 the El Tovar Hotel opened at the South Rim, at the end of the railroad line.
In 1968, Xanterra purchased the Fred Harvey Company. Xanterra Parks & Resorts is currently recognized for its leadership, creativity and innovation as the largest parks management company in the country. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Xanterra has national park concession operations at the South Rim of Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Glacier, Crater Lake, Mount Rushmore, Zion, Death Valley and Petrified Forest.
Today, as five million people a year visit Grand Canyon, the genius and spirit of Fred Harvey lives on. The train arrives every day, the view from the El Tovar dining room is as it was in 1905 and the hospitality of the modern-day Harvey Girls still beckons.
Come join us.
Room and Board
We live along the South Rim of the Canyon at a 7000-foot elevation in the ponderosa pine forest.
Most new employees will reside in dormitory style housing sharing a room with another employee. The dorm rent is $16.80 - $18.00 per week, which is deducted from the employee's paycheck. Employees who stay for long-term and/or have a higher job grade can qualify to live in an apartment setting. No pets are allowed in dormitory housing.
Couples' housing is available on a limited basis, but housing for families is not immediately available.
Sites for RV/trailers may be available.
The employee meal plan is a pay-as-you-go system. We have an Employee Cafeteria, which offers a set menu, plus daily specials which include vegetarian specials. Meals are sold at near cost in the "E-Caf." A 50% discount off the menu price is extended to employees in our public cafeterias. A minimal amount of cooking is allowed in the dormitory housing. Grand Canyon has basic services available such as shopping, banking, post office, medical clinic, church services and a community library.
The secrets of the inner canyon, the slick rock plateaus, the heavily forested rim country ~ these are the worlds of Grand Canyon for you to explore in your free time. Hiking, biking, camping, skiing, photography, wildlife viewing and athletics are but a few of the recreational activities happening at Grand Canyon. C'mon play with us on over 700 miles of hiking trails and countless miles of back roads for biking. A year-round-outdoor playground is waiting for you. A community recreation center provides indoor activities such as weight/fitness center, computer lab, evening classes, basketball, volleyball and co-ed softball.
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