Adult Ski & Snowboard School Manager
Position Title:Adult Ski & Snowboard School Manager
Reports To:Ski & Snowboard School Director
Department:Ski & Snowboard School
Manage all aspects of the Adult Ski & Snowboard School Programs while providing a safe, fun, and professional learning environment for all students.
The Adult Manager will manage all aspects of the Ski & Snowboard School while providing a safe, fun and professional learning and work environment.
Responsible for interviewing, hiring, training, performance reviews, counseling, scheduling and assigning work to adequately cover School Program needs.
Supervise staff and lesson program groups on a daily basis. Resolve concerns and problems to the satisfaction of the guest while protecting the Resort’s interest.
Encourage and model the School’s standards and initiatives. This is a position that requires strong leadership and interpersonal communication skills.
Complete daily reports and payroll.
Lead program groups (teach) and staff clinics, operations work and other duties as required.
Oversee inventory of Ski & Snowboard School materials and supplies. Ensure Ski & Snowboard School office and equipment is secure.
Other assigned duties.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Excellent teaching, supervisory/management, organizational, and communication skills. Flexibility, alertness, precision, problem-solving, persuasiveness, auditory, tactile, olfactory and visual discrimination, speaking, writing and reading ability, memory, creativity, reasoning, imagination, initiative, judgment, common sense and patience are necessary abilities.
Education or Formal Training: Current certified member of PSIA /AASI at Level 2 or advanced education
Experience: Minimum of five (5) years ski or snowboard teaching experience.
Material and Equipment Directly Used:
Simple office equipment, cleaning supplies, skis/snowboards, ski lifts, ski/snowboard bindings.
Working Environment/Physical Activities:
Sixty percent (60%) of the workday is spent outdoors in a mountain environment in constantly changing weather conditions to include snow, cold and wet. Forty percent (40%) of the workday is spent in a normal office environment. Forty percent (40%) of the workday is spent walking and snowboarding/skiing. Sixty percent (60%) of the day is spent standing or sitting. Majority of walking and standing is done while wearing ski/snowboard boots.
Frequent lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling of guests weighing up to approximately two hundred (200) pounds. Frequent kneeling, reaching, crouching and crawling. Constant balancing and stooping while engaging in ordinary conversation. Occasional climbing and handling objects. Constant use of near and far acuity, depth perception, accommodation, color vision and field of vision.
Occasional exposure to fumes, dusts, mists, odors and poor ventilation.
Potential frequent hazards include mechanical, radiant energy, high exposed work sites, kicking and biting children, and exposure to blood, viruses, and bacteria. Occasional exposure to electrical hazards. This is a snowboarding and skiing position.Apply Now