Become An Instructor

Do you love skiing & snowboarding? Do you love helping people? You might just love helping people ski and snowboard! Come join us and learn how to share your love and knowledge of mountain sports. If you are already in the know about teaching snowsports, we are always in need o experienced, certified ski and snowboard instructors.  Additionally, we are actively recruiting freestyle ski and snowboard coaches for our growing Freestyle Program. Please contact the Winter Sports School to set up an appointment.

Criteria for Evaluation

The Ski and Snowboard Instructor is evaluated on performance of duties, teaching ability, communication skills, level of guest service, attitude, attendance and punctuality, attire and appearance, initiative, guest feedback, student return rate, hours worked, skiing/riding ability and measurable improvement, relations with coworkers, other departments and Guests, technical knowledge, participation in educational clinics and events, PSIA/AASI certification, PROFESSIONALISM and mature judgment.

Special Qualities

The Instructor must exude a passion for snowsports. An appropriately extroverted, charismatic sharer with a high level of enthusiasm and energy. Must be flexible, adaptable and willing to grow. Must enjoy being part of a diverse team of motivated, highly skilled and fun-loving individuals. Must be willing and able to work on holidays and during busy periods if needed.

Types of Positions Available

A variety of positions are available. Ski and Snowboard Instructors for Adults and Children (must be 18), Apprentice Instructor (ski and snowboard, not snowboard only, must be 16). Other positions include Children's Sports Center Room Monitor, Registration Desk, and Reservation Agent. Instructor Positions can be Part-time (weekend, holiday, nights or midweek) or Full-time (any combination of 4-6 days per week). Positions are also available within the Adaptive department. Compensation is based on certifications and experience.

CONTACT: Winter Sports School