Squaw Valley to host job interview fair
OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. and#8212; Squaw Valley will host the resortand#8217;s seasonal job interview fair Friday, Nov. 11, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in the Palisades Conference Room adjacent to the lobby of The Village at Squaw Valley. The fair will include interviews for positions including snowsports instructors, ski patrol, lift operations, grooming, terrain parks, culinary services, rental services, retail, security, parking, product sales and services, and transportation. Opportunities include full- and part-time positions. Skiing or snowboarding abilities are not required for all available positions.
With Squaw Valleyand#8217;s Renaissance currently underway, Squaw Valley has more jobs to offer than ever before. The five-year, $50 million capital improvement plan will add dramatic improvements to the on-mountain and village experience. For this winter, $15 million has been invested to bring three new dining experiences, new terrain parks, a new day lodge and expanded grooming to the resort and#8212; as well as expanded employment opportunities.
Benefits at working at Squaw Valley can include a season pass, discounts on food and retail items, complimentary lift tickets for friends and family, complimentary group ski and snowboard lessons.
Squaw Valleyand#8217;s interview fair is by invitation only, though walk-ins will be permitted. Interested applicants should visit the employment page on http://www.squaw.com and complete an application. Department managers will be in touch regarding interview times. For questions regarding the application or interview process, applicants should contact Squaw Valleyand#8217;s Human Resources Department at 530-452-7112.
Online applications and a list of all open positions are available at http://www.squaw.com.
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