High volume, fast-paced and fun! Join our Back of the House team as a Cook in Yellowstone!
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As the primary concessionaire in Yellowstone, and a part of the Xanterra Travel Collection family, we invite you to embrace a “naturally different” lifestyle that allows you to live, work, and explore in one of the most beautiful places on earth! Our team members are part of a welcoming community who work hard, share a passion for the environment, and enjoy creating memorable experiences for guests.
Those who work here can tell stories of adventure, life-changing experiences, professional evolution, and lifelong friendships. You’ll have a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to engage with various cultures, gain invaluable career experience, and create the life you want to live. Yellowstone truly is an inspiring place to live, work, and explore.
So, are you looking for an employment experience that is Naturally Different than many other traditional companies? If so, apply with Yellowstone National Park Lodges today.
We operate 9 lodging facilities, 31 restaurants, and 5 campgrounds inside Yellowstone. Our season runs from April to October. While we’re always looking for staff to cover our peak season (June through August) we put priority on those applicants that can start in April or May, and/or stay through October
Positions start at 40 hours per week (time and a half is paid above 40 hours). Your assigned role may vary based on your experience level as well as our business needs. When you apply for seasonal work in Yellowstone, you may be considered for the following positions.
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- Kitchen crew (prep, set-up, service, clean up, and restocking of food service areas)
- Room attendant (clean and prepare guest rooms)
- Cooks (prep, set-up, service, clean up, and restocking of cooks line and appropriate prep areas)
High volume, fast-paced and fun! Join our Back of the House team in Yellowstone National Park!
We operate 31 restaurants within the park that range from fast casual to fine dining. Each of these operations functions at high volume levels in order to accommodate the millions of visitors the park sees annually. Our parent company, Xanterra Travel Collection, strives to use local and/or organic ingredients whenever possible, for both guest and employee meals. Approximately 2 million meals are served in Yellowstone every summer!
Applicants applying for a cook or kitchen staff position will be considered for the following positions, based on skill levels and business needs: Chef, Cook, or Kitchen Staff.View Job Description
As the primary concessionaire in Yellowstone, we operate 9 comfortable lodging facilities offering over 2,000 guest rooms spread out over 6 locations.
Guest accommodations include both cabins and hotel-style rooms that range from rustic to modern. The housekeeping department offers many opportunities for growth. In fact, our assistant director of Lodging started as a room attendant!View Job Description
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- Candidates interested in being a Reservations Agent pride themselves in helping guests create memorable vacations in the world’s first national park.
- They are often the very first point of contact for those who are planning to visit Yellowstone.
- Our Agents play an essential part in the ‘Guest Experience’ by fielding phone calls; booking reservations for lodging, activities, and dining; and answering any questions about the park that guests may ask.
- Part of the training for this position includes touring the park and participating in some of the activities that you will be booking for guests.
If the idea of being one of the people who keeps Yellowstone up and running seems right, this may be the department for you. Our Maintenance department plays one of the most important roles in Yellowstone. From famous historic lodges to modern hotels, our crews rise to the challenge of opening, maintaining, and closing facilities in all seven park locations that welcome four million annual guests. Engineering and Maintenance does it all, from troubleshooting to repairs to installations of fixtures and equipment, as well as keeping facilities maintained to our highest standards. Hands-on skills are needed to get the job done right.
Hiring a variety of positions in Maintenance:
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- Beverage Technician
- Fire Systems
From boiling hot springs to thousands of wild animals, the hazards in Yellowstone are typically new and different to people. The Security department helps to protect both our guests as well as our team members. They patrol buildings and grounds to observe and identify potential security and safety risks or undesirable conditions such as fires, theft and vandalism.View Job Description