Idaho’s Brundage Mountain will hold a job fair in November

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 5, 2009 8:56 am

Idaho’s Brundage Mountain ski resort plans to hold its annual Job Fair on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 3 to 7 p.m., but with the closure of nearby Tamarack Resort, the market is rife with qualified ski resort employees, and Brundage is encouraging serious applicants to apply before that time.

“We’ve had a flood of applications from very qualified individuals,” said resort spokesperson, April Russell. “We are already filling many positions with great people who have that special, friendly spark and are motivated to offer a great guest experience.” Positions are available for both indoor and outdoor work, and Brundage Mountain offers many seasonal benefits. Even part-time employees can earn a 2008-2009 Season Pass, and those working 32 or more hours can earn either a Family Pass or a pass for themselves and one other adult. Discount day care makes Brundage an attractive place for working parents and families. Employees also receive discounts on many resort amenities.

Job descriptions can be viewed online at www.brundage.com/about-brundage/employment/job-openings.

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