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Red’s success depends on energetic, friendly, helpful employees as outstanding as our legendary terrain! We are currently looking for new staff in the departments listed on the right side of this page, under Current Job Openings. If you cannot find a job listed in the department you are interested in, feel free to email your resume to email@example.com to be kept on file should the position come available at a later date.
Volunteers must have OFA Level III or OEC First Aid, be able to Ski at a professional level, and be a Canadian Citizen or have a valid work visa. For more information visit the Volunteer Patrol website at : www.redvollypatrol.com
Mid-October. Training, where required, takes place in late November. Red Mountain normally opens in early December, but the opening date will vary depending on snow conditions.
There is no staff housing at Red, however there are rental accommodations available in Rossland, which is just 5 km from the mountain, Warfield – 10 km and Trail – 15 km
You must be able to present a valid work visa to be considered for employment at Red Mountain Resort. Contact the Canadian consulate nearest you for details on how to obtain a work visa.
The Canadian work visa policy is meant to ensure that Canadians have the first opportunity to apply for available jobs in Canada. When the employer demonstrates that there is a shortage of specialized workers in the position they are attempting to fill, it is only then that the employer may look outside of the country for help. Though it may be challenging for non-Canadian residents to find a job in Canada, it is not impossible. Speak with your proposed employer or a citizenship & immigration attorney about your work visa options.
The Canadian government’s work visa policy is designed to ensure that Canadian citizens get first priority when applying for work in their own country. One exception to this policy is where the Canadian workforce has a demonstrated shortage of specialized workers as Occupations Under Pressure. Visit www.hrsdc.gc.ca for more information on Foreign Work Visas and Occupations Under Pressure.
Currently the Snowsports School sponsors foreign ski and snowboard instructors. Please note that there is a limited number of visas for instructors. Contact each department separately to see if they will sponsor you.
For further information on applying for work visas visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/apply-how.asp
Important Information: Prior to September 1st of each year employees returning to Red Mountain Resort for work must inform the Company in writing of his/her intention to be available to work for the upcoming season.
Employees who have completed only one season of employment must inform Red Resort LP in writing of his/her intention to be available to work for the upcoming season. Also at this time the employee must indicate any changes or desired changes in his / her work status. Requests must be received between August 1st and September 1st of each year.
Note: Returning employees must also provide Red with a contact telephone number prior to November 1st. Failure to do so will result in the loss of recall rights.
Thank you for your interest in employment at Red Mountain Resort. Red Mountain Resort is a legendary resort with outstanding terrain and a small friendly atmosphere. We host many exciting events and offer diverse products. Rossland is only 5 km from the resort and the area has many activities to enjoy. Red Mountain Resort is looking for motivated, friendly, dynamic and helpful employees to join our team. We are looking for staff in the following departments:
Returning employees can fill out a letter of intent to return to secure your position at Red Mountain Resort for next season. Fill out the letter of intent.