Work at the base of Lone Mountain
The Lodge at Big Sky is Big Sky, MT's only locally owned hotel. Come join our family and work near the worlds best hiking, biking, fishing, and (most importantly) skiing.
We are located right across the street from Big Sky Resort.
About The Lodge at Big Sky
The Lodge at Big Sky offers the most unique work experience in Big Sky, MT. We are Big Sky's only locally (family) owned and operated hotel. Wanna work at a ski resort without all of the corporate hurdles? Anyone who has worked at a large resort knows the ups and downs of working for a large corporation. We are located right across the street from Big Sky Resort. Meaning, you are always a 5-minute walk away from world-class hiking, biking, and skiing. Come join our family here at The Lodge at Big Sky.
COVID-19 Update: To keep our team members as safe as possible, we have installed clear plastic barriers at the Front Desk, and provide disposable masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer. We do adhere to the Montana Governor's mandate to wear masks in all public areas. Additionally, health checks are performed via temperature reading each morning with all on-property staff members.
The Employee Experience
Why stay at The Lodge at Big Sky vs. Big Sky Resort? Our team/staff. At The Lodge at Big Sky, we like to hang our hats on excellent customer service. If you are an outdoorsy person, working here means working with guests that are like we are. That means connecting with guests is just as easy as hanging out with your best friend. As our description details, we are Big Sky's only locally owned hotel. You'll see ownership working just as hard as you are. Come join us.
There is no other locale like Big Sky, MT. Our ideal teammate enjoys being in the great outdoors and loves to help others experience it. We hang our hats on our excellent customer service and enjoy helping others play in our backyard.
Behind the scenes, above all else, we are a team. We are looking for candidates that are willing to help each other out. Honest, charismatic, hard-working, and willing to go the extra mile. Willing to help out the team whether on the job or off.
If you love the outdoors and customer service. The Lodge at Big Sky wants you to be a part of their team.
Room and Board
Our housing is hotel rooms converted into dorm-style housing units. Each unit has:
- 2 twin over twin bunk beds housing up to 4 employees of the same gender per unit
- 1 bathroom per unit
- 32" flat-screen TV with HD programming
- Shared closet space
- Free Wifi
- Mini fridge
- Shared refrigerator per unit in Kitchen
- Electric stove, and one shared fridge per unit
- Pots, pans, silverware, and dining table
- Coin-operated laundry facilities
Housing Security Deposit: $250 (refundable upon move-out per Housing Policy Agreement stipulations)
All Employee Housing Program expenses are accounted for through employee payroll deductions.
Available to all team members immediately:
- Season Pass program (both summer and winter)
- Season pass value is deducted from paycheck, then given back as a bonus should team member complete season
- Comparable bonus program for those not needing a season pass
- Season pass value is given to team member upon completion of a full season of work
- Bonus program for team members that get recognized in online reviews
After 1st year of work (or 2 consecutive seasons):
- Paid time off (full-time and part-time)
- Health, dental, and vision insurance (full-time only)
Getting Here and Getting Around
Once housed at The Lodge at Big Sky, employees typically do not need a personal mode of transportation. Housing is on-site so commuting back and forth from work means climbing up a flight of stairs. Big Sky has its own public transportation system (skylinebus.com) that takes you to all major parts of town as well as Bozeman. If you will not be bringing a personal mode of transport, feel free to reach out to management for assistance getting to and from the Bozeman Airport.
For those who bring their own mode of transportation, parking is available on site. Having a 4 wheel drive vehicle is highly recommended.
Hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, rock climbing, rafting, kayaking, zip-lining, hunting, golfing, fly-fishing, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, fat biking, sledding, cross-country skiing -- you name it, and chances are you can do it in Big Sky.
Besides outdoor activities, there are various cultural events that Big Sky hosts as well. Music in the Meadow, Farmer's Market, annual Artisan Fair, Peak to Sky and Moonlight Musicfest music festivals, and the PBR Rodeo.
With all the things to do in Big Sky, this wouldn't just be your home, it would be your playground as well!
How to Apply
Please apply online, With any immediate questions, feel free to email or call.