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Yellowstone is an unparalleled World Heritage Site and renowned vacation destination. The lucky few who work here can tell stories of adventure, life-changing experiences, professional evolution, and lifelong friendships. It is a truly inspiring place to live and play.

You’ll have a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to engage with various cultures, gain invaluable career experience, and be challenged to create the life you want to live. 

We are currently accepting applications for our 2018 season (through October 2018).

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  • Yellowstone National Park Hospitality Crew (Multiple Positions) IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!

    Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
    $9.50 / hour

    We have immediate openings available for the 2018 season. Ideally, you will be available to work a full season (now through October 2018). We are also looking for employees that can work shorter time frames in the fall (August-October). If living, working, and exploring in Yellowstone sounds intriguing and exciting to you, please read on…

    • Start Date: ASAP
    • Employment Type: Full Time, Seasonal (ideally full season: now through October or late season: August-October)
    • Schedule: Varies – 40+ hours per week.
    • Pay: $9.50-10/hr.
      • Time and a half paid above 40 hours.
      • Potential to earn an end of season bonus ($3 a day for each agreement day worked)
    • Perks include:
      • Low-cost housing (dormitory style) and meals (cafeteria style) provided
      • Wi-Fi (limited bandwidth) provided
      • Free Employee Recreation Program (hiking, biking, photography, camping, wildlife watching, educational programs, film series, sports competitions, and more!)
      • Exclusive discounts in and around Yellowstone
      • Living in the world’s first National Park
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  • Yellowstone National Park Laundry Services 2018

    Rooms/Lodging
    Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    A Day in the Life of the Laundry Crew

    Early Morning

    Rise and shine! Laundry starts bright and early. The washers start up at 6 am.

    Mid-Morning

    Get into the groove with some jams while folding, feeding sheets, and making sure things are sparkling clean. Head up to Mammoth at lunch to the Employee Dining Room or bring a lunch to eat at the picnic table while overlooking the Gardiner River.

    Afternoon

    Things start to wind down in the afternoon as the piles of laundry start to get smaller. Get off by late afternoon and have plenty of time to take advantage of the rest of your day to explore the area!

    Evenings

    This is your time to relax, enjoy the area, and socialize with new friends. Take part in one of the evening recreation activities like a sport, hike, movie, or game!

    Positions Available

    Interested? There are a variety of positions in the laundry crew:

    Laundry Help

    The Laundry Help – Wash Deck/Tunnel Operator positions in Yellowstone provide guests with fresh, clean linen product used throughout the park. Teamwork and positive communication with all supervisors and co-workers are essential in this fast-paced, high heat environment. This job is very physical requiring you to stand for long periods of time in an industrial setting.

    Laundry Truck Driver

    Truck Drivers in Yellowstone ensure the movement of linens and other Laundry Operations products around the park. Drivers operate vehicles up to 62-feet in length over narrow park roads late at night, in various weather conditions.

    Seamstress

    The Seamstress keeps it all together, with alterations and clothing repairs that ensure Yellowstone staff look good in their uniforms! Other duties include issuing and receiving uniforms.

    Laundry Office Coordinator

    The Laundry Office Coordinator is the central point of contact for external laundry customers, coordinating with all departments to meet their linen needs. The Coordinator is responsible for all office functions in the laundry operation.

    Uniform Clerk

    The Uniform Room Clerk issues and receives uniforms, checks returned uniforms for quality, and re-hangs cleaned uniforms in correct order. Quality customer service skills and attention to detail are essential for this position.

    Laundry Management

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  • Assistant Banquet Manager, Yellowstone National Park 2018

    Food & Beverage
    Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Assistant Banquet Manager

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Oversee execution of assigned banquet events to ensure we are providing excellent guest service in an efficient manner and maintaining maximum profitability. Ultimately responsible for the proper set-up, food and beverage service and breakdown of assigned events. This responsibility includes the onsite supervision and direction of banquet set up staff, servers and bartenders. Communicates and works closely with chefs and kitchen staff to assure seamless delivery to guests.

    2. Ensure that all employees working the function maintain appearance and uniform standards and execute their job according to banquet and Xanterra Travel Collection standards.

    3. Help defray food costs by prohibiting unauthorized personnel in the kitchen, and ensuring that food consumed is from the employee meal. Ensure that food eaten by employees is done during scheduled breaks.

    4. Assist the Manager of Conference Services in reserving meeting space, coordinating, planning and delivery of all banquet and group meal requirements for clients.

    5. Generate Food and Beverage office correspondence, including pre-set menus and billing information, function prospectii, Banquet Event Orders, interoffice memos and manuals.

    6. Assist with telephone and office coverage for the Food & Beverage Support Office. Respond to calls from prospective clients regarding weddings, banquets, preset meals, in-house meeting services, business meetings and symposium planning.

    7. Assist with the inventory, appropriate storage, movement and maintenance of all B&C equipment.

    8. Follow Company and departmental environmental practice to minimize wasted energy and resources.

    9. Follow Company and departmental safety practices to minimize risk to self and others.

    10. Follow Company and departmental policies and procedures.

    11. While all essential functions and duties cannot be possibly listed on a job description, each employee is expected to be flexible and accept additional and/or different duties as assigned at any time as directed by management. Duties listed above are not restricted to the only duties expected to be performed.

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  • IT Technician II (year round)

    It
    Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    IT Technician II

    Provides direct support for the applications and hardware used throughout the property.  Works directly with the Regional Director of IT and/or Director of IT on more sophisticated issues/projects and assists IT Technician I employees with areas that are more complex.  Individuals are also responsible for computer operations tasks that need to be completed in the data center when assigned these responsibilities.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Responsible for oversight of computers and related peripheral equipment in the computer room and throughout the entire property including POS Hardware.
    2. Oversees maintenance of records and logs associated with computer processes.
    3. Coordinates training of new IT technicians where required.
    4. Helps to ensure integrity of programs, files and databases by overseeing other IT technicians in the use of utility programs, comprehensive backup procedures, documentation and logging maintenance.
    5. Can be assigned to act as the Technical Advisor on Duty in the absence of the Regional Director of IT and the Yellowstone Park IT Leadership.
    6. Participates in the on-call duty rotation for afterhours support.
    7. Assists other IT technicians with decisions on proper “corrective-action” procedures during problem situations.
    8. Works with software and hardware support personnel towards the resolution of problems.
    9. Install and maintain personal computers and software as requested.
    10. Works in conjunction with the Regional Director of IT and the Yellowstone Park IT Leadership to maintain and troubleshoot network systems.
    11. Assists the Regional Director of IT and Assistant Director of IT in the day-to-day operation of the computer facility.
    12. Assists the IT Manager/Director with the completion of all Audits and maintaining security standards.
    13. Develop and modify reports using a variety of report writer programs used throughout the property if deemed necessary by senior management.
    14. Assists with coverage of the helpdesk (if one exists at their property) when needed by the department.
    15. Position may be required to serve in an on-call capacity for after-hours/non-business hours support if it is determined this is needed by the Chief Information Officer or Regional/Property Controller or Regional Director of IT.
    16. Provide support and assistance to the Xanterra Incident Response Team as needed and requested.
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  • Chef in Yellowstone National Park

    Food & Beverage
    Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Yellowstone National Park Lodges has immediate openings for a Chef and Sous Chef for the 2018 season. Responsibilities are to direct and develop back of the house (BOH) managers and employees to support the goal of maximizing guest service through the production of healthy, tasty and attractive menu items.  

    Since before Yellowstone was a park, people from all over the country, and the world came to this incredible place.  With the diversity of our guests, so comes a wide range of tastes and preferences when it comes to food.  And since we’re the primary provider of in-park meals, we’re always busy providing visitors and guests great service and great food, often made with locally sourced ingredients.

    We offer food service outlets that vary from quick service to full service, from delis to fine dining.  But this can’t be done without a great team. Perhaps even more than a team, kitchen crew members tend to feel more like a community. 

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  • Food and Beverage Managers Needed in Yellowstone

    Food & Beverage
    Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Yellowstone National Park Lodges operates 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, strives to use local and/or organic ingredients whenever possible, for both guest and employee meals.

    Food and Beverage Managers are responsible for the oversight of all operations within their designated restaurant to ensure that staffing levels, budget and guest and employee satisfaction are all meeting or exceeding expectations.  

    Since before Yellowstone was a park, people from all over the country, and the world came to this incredible place.  With the diversity of our guests, so comes a wide range of tastes and preferences when it comes to food.  And since we’re the primary provider of in-park meals, we’re always busy providing visitors and guests great service and great food, often made with locally sourced ingredients.

    We offer food service outlets that vary from quick service to full service, from delis to fine dining.  But this can’t be done without a great team. 

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How to Apply

Are you ready to live, work, and explore in Yellowstone!? For more information and to answer any other questions, visit our website or contact us.

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