RED's success depends on energetic, friendly, helpful employees as outstanding as our legendary terrain! We are currently looking for new staff to fill the positions, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to be kept on file should the position come available at a later date.
RED Mountain Resort and the United Steelworkers Local 9705 have a collective agreement that states preference is given to hiring local persons who reside in the area before hiring from outside the area.
Senior staff has priority for returning to their positions and to new positions. Their recall date is the first weekday of September, after this time we actively hire for any available positions. Please note that we will only contact successful candidates.
RED’s season will start early to mid December, weather permitting and closes the first Monday of April. Where applicable, pre-season job training would take place in late November or early December. These times can vary by a week or two depending on snow conditions.
RED does not offer any on site accommodations, so most employees choose to live in Rossland. There are rental accommodations available in Rossland, 5 km from the mountain, Warfield – 10 km and Trail – 15 km. There is a free shuttle that runs between RED and Rossland and public transit that travels to points beyond.
Foreign workers: In order to work or volunteer at RED you must be a Canadian citizen or have a valid Canadian Visa and Work Permit. All foreign workers must show their Visa, Work Permit, Canadian Social Insurance Number and/or proof that you have applied for the Social Insurance Number.
Only successful candidates will be contacted.
For further information on applying for work visas visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/apply-how.asp