The Mountains Are Calling! Come live and work in this world-class resort community!
We're looking for caring, talented individuals with a passion for serving the local community and helping Snowmass Village deliver services to our residents and guests. Town employees exhibit a wide range of skills across a variety of industries. Snowmass Village is a fun, community-focused, and family-friendly Town. We are active, engaged public servants and stewards of our community.
A renowned winter playground and vibrant summer community just 9 miles from Aspen, Snowmass consistently ranks as one of the best winter ski areas and summer mountain biking destinations in the world. Snowmass, along with the rest of the Roaring Fork Valley, is the first IMBA (International Mountain Biking Association) Gold-Level Ride Center™ in Colorado.
About Town of Snowmass Village
The Town of Snowmass Village is a home rule municipality located in Pitkin County, Colorado. The Town encompasses the Snowmass Ski Resort, part of the Aspen-Snowmass Resort. Snowmass Village offers many services to its citizens and guests. The organization, which employs nearly 180 full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees, is comprised of 11 departments including Community Development, Finance, Housing, Human Resources, Parks, Recreation & Trails, Police, Public Works, Tourism, Transportation, Town Attorney’s Office, and Town Manager’s Office.
The Employee Experience
Snowmass Village is a fun, community-focused, and family-friendly Town. As our community inevitably evolves and changes in dynamic new ways, our mission is to do all that is within our power to ensure we remain a thriving, charming, fun, resilient, safe, and emotionally connected community. The Town employs approximately 180 individuals in a wide variety of positions requiring different levels of skill and education. If you are passionate about your community, we encourage you to apply to any of our open positions!
Prospective applicants are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Town Council’s Strategic Goals; for everything we do here at the Town is aligned with these goals. We are active, engaged public servants and stewards of the Snowmass community who provide world-class customer service to each other, locals, and guests alike. Our values and conduct are clear and simple:
- We work together and help others.
- We operate with integrity.
- We are encouraged to speak up when we see someone who deserves praise and when we see a situation that needs to be resolved.
- We are innovative and forward-thinking. We share our ideas.
- We are honest, professional, and respectful
- We are productive and effective.
- We are responsible stewards of tax-payer dollars
We're looking for caring, talented individuals with a passion for serving the local community and helping Snowmass Village deliver services to our residents and guests. Town employees exhibit a wide range of skills across a variety of industries.
Room and Board
Housing is not offered through the Town for most positions. However, occasionally, housing may be provided in some circumstances. Other resources are available to applicants/new hires. Please visit the following for more information:
- Comprehensive benefits package(s), including Medical, Dental and Vision benefits, to all eligible Full-Time Year-Round and Seasonal employees:
- 100% of premiums paid for employee health plan coverage
- 83% of premiums paid for family health plan coverage
- Paid Holidays, Vacation, & Accrued Sick Leave
- Annual Recreation and Wellness Benefit
- Transportation program with free vanpool options and discounted RFTA bus passes.
- $1,000 sign-on bonus for Full-Time Year-Round and Seasonal positions
- End of Season bonus available to certain full-time seasonal positions
- Ability to purchase discounted Ski and Recreation Passes through payroll deductions
Getting Here and Getting Around
The Town manages and operates the Village Shuttle, which provides safe, convenient, efficient, and environmentally friendly transportation to the Snowmass Village Community. Transportation throughout Snowmass Village and into Aspen is free to all visitors and residents.
Public transportation is also easily accessible throughout the Roaring Fork Valley on RFTA (Roaring Fork Transportation Authority). The Town provides discounted RFTA bus passes and vanpool options for employees living elsewhere in the Roaring Fork Valley.
A renowned winter playground and vibrant summer community just 9 miles from Aspen, Snowmass consistently ranks as one of the best winter ski areas and summer mountain biking destinations in the world. Snowmass, along with the rest of the Roaring Fork Valley, is the first IMBA (International Mountain Biking Association) Gold-Level Ride Center™ in Colorado, only the 5th in the United States, and the 7th in the world.
Snowmass offers incredible views of mountain vistas, in addition to 2.8 million adjacent acres of wilderness, open for activities and exploration. Snowmass is home to 30+ restaurants, 95 percent slopeside lodging, shopping, unique special events, and music – all year round.
How to Apply
Step 1: Find a Role and Apply!
Start by finding the job for you and submitting your application. View all our open positions online here.
Got questions? No sweat! Contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 923-3777 and we'll walk you through the process.
Step 2: Initial Review
If we’re lucky enough to hear from you, we'll review your application and weigh your qualifications for the position.
Step 3: Assessment & Interview
Your application has caught our eye and we're impressed with your qualifications! Many of our positions require a written or technical exercise as an initial assessment, followed by a series of interviews.
You may receive an introductory call with HR or the hiring manager to start the conversation - we want to get to know you better and answer any of your questions. Subsequent calls may be scheduled for more in-depth conversations. A final panel interview will then be scheduled to discuss the opportunities and challenges you'll be tackling in the position.
Step 4: Offer & Onboarding
Congratulations - you made it! We'll start the onboarding process once we do our homework. All jobs require some due diligence - background check, reference check, etc. Some positions, such as those in the Police Department, have additional screening requirements. Check out the job announcement for more details.
Pass with flying colors? Most job offers are extended with an offer letter. Once you accept, we can complete the paperwork and get you started in your new role!