Ski and Snowboard School - Be an Instructor
Got the Summit Personality?
Service begins and ends in the heart of the employee. The basic requirements are not technical. We insist that Summit staff have the instinctive and natural ability to determine the guest’s needs and we meet those needs promptly. Summit staff must also know that our guests are looking for a connection with them. It is our job to provide that connection through friendliness, humor, energy, honesty and dedication to doing our job correctly.
Service is not a one way relationship. The guest will give energy and fun back to you if you are offering them part of who you are. Have fun with your guest and they will return the favor.
Service with personality is deeper than these words can describe. Delivering your personality and having fun with it is a way of life. No one will ever train you or teach you how to put 110% of yourself into your job. Service begins and ends within each of us. We decide to deliver or we don’t.
Why is The Summit staff different? It’s because we know and believe that each of us makes a difference. When we really give our personal best, then we know the rewards that come from doing so. That is what sets us apart. We hold the advantage over our competition whenever we choose to utilize it. Our advantage is our staff and the personality they put into their jobs.
The SLC Has 4 Basic Work Expectations…
Be a Snow Sports Professional
Know your schedule. Show up on time. Come prepared to work (uniform, gear, food, etc.). Check your pay stub. Handle the work basics. We’ll spend time supporting you in succeeding.
Learn and Train Throughout the Season
In December we will have hiring clinics, where we will teach you how to teach and will improve your skiing or snowboarding abilities. These clinics cover the basics and are part of the application process. There are ongoing training and learning opportunities throughout the season, some required, some optional. This is one of the best parts of joining our team.
Meet Your Scheduled Commitments
To work at the SLC, you must meet our scheduling needs. It’s a work commitment we take seriously, and know you will as well. Most of our business is between mid December and mid March, on weekends and holidays. Mainly we need people who can work on the same day each week (Saturdays or Wednesdays, for example) and during the holiday period.
Have More Fun, and a Better Experience, Than Even Our Happiest Guests
We do our best job when we’re playing hard and having fun. When you get right down to it, we pay you to have a fantastic time, to make a difference while doing what you love to do anyway, and to learn to grow. Pass your passion for snow sports on to each guest and you are sure to have a rewarding experience each and every time you’re on the snow!