|GUEST SERVICE MANAGER||Mountain Resorts||Front Desk||Immediately|
|GUEST SERVICE MANAGER - TRAPPEUR'S CROSSING||Simply Steamboat||Front Desk||Late June|
|GUEST SERVICE SUPERVISOR||Mountain Resorts||Front Desk||Immediately|
|HOUSEKEEPING DIVISION MANAGER - TRAPPEUR'S CROSSING||Simply Steamboat||Housekeeping||Late June|
|HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR||Pioneer Ridge Management||Housekeeping||Immediately|
|HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR/INSPECTOR - TRAPPEUR'S CROSSING||Simply Steamboat||Housekeeping||Late June|
|MAINTENANCE MANAGER||Mountain Resorts||Maintenance||Immediately|
|MAINTENANCE MANAGER - TRAPPEUR'S CROSSING||Simply Steamboat||Maintenance||Late June|
|SKILLED MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN||Mountain Resorts||Maintenance||Immediately|
|SKILLED MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - TRAPPEUR'S CROSSING||Simply Steamboat||Maintenance||Late June|
|STAFF ACCOUNTANT||Resort Group||Accounting||Immediately|
* Start dates are subject to change.
|$12/HR PART-TIME LAWN WATERING TECHNICIAN||Steamboat Association Management||Maintenance||Immediately|
|GROUNDS MAINTENANCE - SUMMER SEASONAL P/T||Pioneer Ridge Management||Maintenance||Immediately|
|GUEST SERVICE AGENT - HOTEL BRISTOL||Hotel Bristol||General Operations Management||Immediately|
|GUEST SERVICE AGENTS - FT & PT - TRAPPEUR'S CROSSING||Simply Steamboat||Front Desk||Late June|
|HOUSEKEEPER - SUMMER SEASON||Mountain Resorts||Housekeeping||Early June|
|LAUNDRY ATTENDANT||Mountain Resorts||Laundry||Early June|
* Start dates are subject to change.
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Resort Group companies currently manage over 80 homeowner associations and over 5,000 individual properties. From resort and nightly rental oriented properties to residential and mixed use properties, the services we provide depend on our extensive range of employees. During peak season Resort Group employs approximately 240 individuals, within the following areas of talent:
Resort Group offers many challenging positions in hospitality and resort property management. Many of our jobs are simply entry level positions, however advancement opportunities from within are ample. It's not where you start that matters, rather where you end up.
Exceptional People Providing Excellence in Total Resort Services
We are a dynamic, energetic and caring team working with pride and respect to become the standard of excellence in our community. We strive to consistently provide superior Total Resort Services, while creating a fun environment in which our employees can grow, learn and lead.
Resort Group team members exhibit these characteristics in all that they do:
At Resort Group we take great pride in being a part of the community. This support is expressed not only in dollars and in-kind contributions but also in the countless hours of volunteer work by our employees. Click here to review a sample of the organizations and causes that we have supported in the past few years.
Resort Group has developed a unique program designed to encourage and recognize outstanding customer service and dedication to our owners and guests.
The "I C A STAR" employee recognition program gives all Resort Group company employees the opportunity to receive recognition and earn instant cash by exceeding guest and owner expectations. Property owners, guests, supervisors, executives and even front-line employees are encouraged to be on the look-out for examples of employees going above and beyond their expected responsibilities, and then to share those experiences. Exemplary employees are rewarded with instant cash and are entered into a drawing for a grand prize awarded every three months.
All members of the Resort Group family enjoy a rewarding work environment, flexible work schedules, competitive pay and discount lodging benefits. There are opportunities for advancement and fun with team-building exercises, leadership training, employee parties, and Lodging BINGO...yes, that's right, Lodging BINGO.
Throughout the year Resort Group throws numerous employee parties to reward the hard work and dedication of our staff.
In early December our Holiday party lights up the lives of all employees and their significant others with dinner and dancing in the Steamboat Grand Ballroom. Come springtime a post-season party is thrown to encourage some relaxation after the extraordinarily busy winter. After the summer season Resort Group is a title sponsor of the Steamboat OctoberWest event that features over 40 Rocky Mountain breweries, local food specialties, live music, and other festivities unique to Steamboat Springs. All employees are offered FREE tickets and a VIP collectors mug for beer tasting.
Resort Group is dedicated to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, or any other status protected by state or local law. The Company embraces and appreciates both the similarities and the differences among our employees, owners, and guests. By valuing the diversity around us, we enable The Company to maintain a uniquely individual, yet purposefully inclusive work and service environment that is unmatched in our community.
Resort Group strives to consistently comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In doing so, Resort Group will make reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship to Resort Group. This policy governs all aspects of employment, including selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination and access to benefits and training.
Resort Group is committed to maintaining a positive working environment free of unlawful harassment and is sensitive to the diversity of its employees. In doing so, Resort Group prohibits sexual harassment and harassment because of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, or any other legally protected status.
Unlawful harassment includes verbal or physical conduct that has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with an individual's work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. Actions based on an individual's race, color, national origin, religion, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic will not be tolerated.
This policy applies to all employees and non-employees such as customers, clients, vendors, consultants, etc. It is our managers and employees responsibility to influence the behavior of our clients, vendors, and consultants in cases where it is deemed they are in violation of this policy.
An employee's personal appearance is a direct reflection of our Resort's ambiance. Employees are representing Resort Group's quality in guest/owner service. Personal hygiene is essential. When employees arrive, they must be in compliance with the dress expectations. Employees issued a uniform must wear it appropriately.
All of our employment policies are outlined in our Employment Handbook which is distributed to each employee at the time of hire.
Resort Group is pleased to offer housing to a limited number of employees in the old Alpiner Lodge in downtown Steamboat Springs at competitive rates.
The opportunity to live and play in Steamboat Springs is the greatest benefit of working for any of our Resort Group companies. Located in Northwest Colorado's spectacular Yampa Valley, Steamboat Springs is a world-class winter destination for skiers and snowboarders, as well as a summer paradise for hikers, cyclists, anglers, kayakers and outdoors enthusiasts in general. With about 12,500 year-round residents, Steamboat Springs is big enough to offer abundant restaurants, shops and services, yet small enough to retain its rich western heritage and community charm.
The Steamboat Ski Resort features 16 lifts and 165 trails spanning 2,965 acres. Roughly 14% of the trails are classified as Beginner runs, with 42% categorized as Intermediate and 44% as Advanced. Base area elevation is 6,900 feet, with the summit at 10,568 feet. Annual snowfall averages 349 inches and lifts typically operate from the day before Thanksgiving until mid-April.