Want a fun gig this winter?
We're hiring now for a TON of positions, from full-time and year-round to part-time and seasonal, and public buses run from Downtown Boulder straight to the chairlift.
Browse jobs and apply online at Eldora.com/jobs in advance, then pop up to our Job Fair on Saturday, 10/2, where you can meet department hiring managers and very likely leave with a job offer!
Open positions include snowmakers, lift operators, snowsports instructors, chefs and food servers, shop technicians, retail salespeople, terrain park crew, ski patrol, parking staff, administration roles, snowcat operators, and many more!
Employment perks include competitive pay, season passes, 401(k) eligibility, free lift tickets at partner resorts, employee discounts, bonus potential, and a whole lot more.
Apply in Advance at eldora.com/jobs.
What: Fall Job Fair
Where: Eldora Mountain (Indian Peaks Lodge)
When: Saturday, October, 23, 10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Access to Eldora is quick and convenient on RTD's NB bus route, which travels from downtown Boulder straight to Eldora's Alpenglow high-speed chairlift. Buses will be running on Saturday, so job applicants can easily ride from downtown Boulder up to the Job Fair, enjoying the sights in beautiful Boulder Canyon along the way. View the bus schedule HERE.
Click Here to Apply in Advance
Employee Vaccination Requirement
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced that vaccines will be required for all employers over 100 employees. Accordingly, we will be requiring all employees to have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by November 8, 2021, and be fully vaccinated by December 10, 2021. In addition, employees hired after November 8 will be required to show evidence that they have received at least one dose of the vaccine prior to employment, and we will require that they be fully vaccinated within 30 days of their start date. We believe requiring all staff to be vaccinated is the best way to protect one another, our guests, and our communities and is crucial to ending the pandemic.