Now hiring cashiers, sales positions, guest service, chef, retail sales, business office/accounting, ski/snowboard instructors, shuttle bus driver, hospitality, & lift operators. Full time and part time positions available.
Ski Brule is seeking friendly, helpful, cheerful and hospitable attitudes to join the Ski Brule team!
- Experience is preferred, but will train the right applicant.
- Full time, part time, seasonal and year round positions are available.
- Management positions are also available.
- Weekend and holiday work is required.
From the lift operators and mechanics who run the Big Bear Chairlift and Ski Brule’s top-notch trail maintenance crew that grooms every night to the men and women who work in Ski Brule’s Guest Service Departments, Ski Brule’s employees who run this award-winning resort deliver excellence at every level. They are the people behind Ski Brule’s reputation as the friendliest & Midwest Favorite Resort.
To apply for a position at Ski Brule, please send Ski Brule a completed application. Once your application is received, Human Resources will contact you to arrange an interview.
Return completed applications by:
- Fax: 906-265-6227
- Mail: Ski Brule, 397 Brule Mountain Road,Iron River, MI 49935
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ski Brule team members receive resort benefits, including free skiing and snowboarding, free rental equipment, discounted ski and snowboard lessons, food and beverage discounts and retail discounts.
Ski Brule Housekeepers
Ski Brule Housekeepers Now Hiring
Ski Brule, Inc., located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, 397 Brule Mtn Rd, Iron River, MI 49935, phone: 906-265-4957. Job opportunity is a temporary, full time 40 hours/week position for up to ten (10) housekeepers from 12/7/15 through 4/30/16.
A description of the job opportunity is: clean rooms, chalets and resort buildings including sort/count/fold/mark/carry linens, make beds, replenish supplies, move furniture, hang drapes, roll carpets. No required minimum education for the position and does not require housekeeping experience, work shifts vary, generally 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or 10:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. Mon. through Sunday, weekend & holiday work required, as needed on the job training will be provided to the worker.
Wage is $9.68 per hour, the current prevailing wage or the prevailing wage at date of commencement work as established by U.S. Department of Labor, whichever is greater.
Worker housing is not provided.
Ski Brule guarantees the worker employment for a total number of work hours equal to at least ¾ of the workdays in each 12 week period beginning with the first workday after the arrival of worker at place of employment or the advertised first date of need, whichever is later, and ending on the expiration date of 4/30/16.
All deductions required by law will be made from the worker’s paycheck.
Deductions for uniform purchases or deposits for refundable uniforms will be made per a uniform agreement signed by the worker. Uniform deposit refunds will be included in workers final paycheck upon return of refundable deposit uniforms.
If the worker completes 50% of the work contract period, employer will reimburse the worker for transportation and subsistence from the the place of recruitment to the place of work. Upon completion of the work contract or where the worker is dismissed earlier, employer will provide or pay for worker’s reasonable costs of return transportation and subsistence back home or to the place the worker originally departed to work, except where the worker will not return due to subsequent employment with another employer. The amount of transportation payment or reimbursement will be equal to the most economical and reasonable common carrier for the distances involved. Daily subsistence will be provided at a rate of $11.86 per day during travel to a maximum of $46.00 per day with receipts.
Transportation to place of recruitment and subsistence will be reimbursed by employer if worker completes 50% of the period of employment covered by the job order, consistent with 20 CFR 655.20(j)(1)(i). Reimbursement will be an expense reimbursement on the worker’s final paycheck.
The employer will provide or pay for the worker’s cost of return transportation and daily subsistence from the place of employment to the place from which the worker, disregarding intervening employment, departed to work for the employer, if the worker completes the certified period of employment or is dismissed from employment for any reason by the employer before the end of the period, consistent with § 655.20(j)(1)(ii)
The employer will reimburse the H–2B worker in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government, incurred by the H–2B worker (but need not include passport expenses or other charges primarily for the benefit of the worker).
The employer will provide to the worker, without charge or deposit charge, all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the duties assigned, in accordance with 20 CFR 655.20(k);
A single workweek will be the standard for computing wages due. Workers will be paid every two weeks
Apply online at www.michiganworks.org or in person at your nearest Michigan Works office, job order #6207166. Resumes can also be mailed to Michigan Works, 237 East Caspian Ave, Caspian, MI 49915 or directly to Ski Brule, Inc., 397 Brule Mountain Rd, Iron River, MI 49935. Please reference job order #6207166 on the resume. All work is onsite at Ski Brule, Inc., 397 Brule Mountain Rd, Iron River, MI 49935.
Are you a 'numbers person'? Have great attention to detail?
If so, Ski Brule’s Register Accounting & Reconciliation position is right for you! To apply, stop in at Ski Brule or download an online application. Send application and resume by email email@example.com or fax 906-265-6227
Assistant Retail Sales & Guest Service Position
Enjoy meeting new people? Like to sell? Friendly & outgoing? Have good attention to details? Then apply at ski Brule or download an online application. Will train the right applicant. Basic knowledge in excel is a plus! Applications and resumes may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 906-265-6227.
Social Media Marketing
Do you LOVE to be on Facebook? Twitter? Email? Social with guests at Ski Brule? Take photos & videos so share on Facebook? Experience is preferred but will train the right applicant. This position requires a person that is self motivated and able to work independently.
Accounts Payable & Payroll
Strong experience in accounts payable/receivable and payroll including payroll taxes, unemployment & workman’s compensation. Applicants need to be familiar with Excel & Word. To apply, complete a Ski Brule application and send to Ski Brule with your resume.
Bear's Den Retail Manager
Requirements: Applicant must be outgoing, friendly, sales motivated & customer service orientated. Basic computer skills. Familiar with Windows 98, Excel, and Word. Retail experience.
- Purchase inventory and maintain appropriate levels of inventory.
- Display & promote products
- Become knowledgeable on all products for sale & educate support staff.
- Sales of retail merchandise, lift tickets, lessons and resort activities.
- Create sales campaign/plan to increase sales.
- Maintain sales display/inventory at Guest Service, Rental & Lodging Office.
- Answer telephone and provide resort information to caller.
- Scheduling, training, hiring, and timecards for support staff.
- Sell resort services
- Manage guest service issues.
- Inventory responsibility
- Daily, Weekly, Monthly Reports
- Coordinate with Guest Service, Kid’s Service & Snow School Mangers.
Retail Manager Position: On Average is 30-40 hours per week during spring & summer, on average 50-60+ hours during fall & winter with approximately 2,200 hours per year, excluding vacations. Weekend and Holiday work is required. Be present during key business times.
Kid's Center Manager
FUN!! That’s a requirement of this management positions! A positive, warm & friendly approach to children and their parents.
Duties Include: Accurate enrollment forms, check in & out of children, coordination of staff, enforcing security protocols, providing area information to guests, creating a positive experience for children enrolled, inventory responsibilities, scheduling/hiring/timecards, manage guest services issues, cross train in other resort departments.
Kid’s Center Manager Position: On average is 50-60 hours during fall and winter. Weekend and holiday work is required and must be present during key business times.
Ability to work outdoors in all types of weather.
- Working with hazardous materials and noise.
- Working holidays, weekends and nights.
- Many types of equipment are used.
Snowmaking department works 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Snowmakers work in all weather conditions. The equipment they use and are around can be dangerous due to the high-pressure air/water hydrants and hoses that are used to make the snow, but you will be trained to operate them safely. Due to the seasonality of the resort, the start date and the hours offered will greatly depend on weather conditions and business levels.
Ski Brule will provide the best possible conditions at all times. Ski Brule will be the first to open and the last to close!
Under direction of Operations Manager, helps to maintain winter alpine recreation areas to prevent accidents, assist guests, promote user safety, assist in other departments as needed and respond to injuries while creating a favorable image of Ski Brule.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Communicates with Operations Manager to determine needs for patrol coverage in the best interest of Ski Brule. Inspects slopes and trails for hazards or unsafe conditions, promotes guest education with established safety programs, provides on-hill patrol functions to ensure adequate patrol coverage, maintains area incident report data, maintains patrol room in accordance with Ski Brule Patrol guidelines, inventories and orders supplies as established by Operations Manager, communicates information between Operations Manager and volunteer patrol / Patrol Director.
Qualifications: Minimum 18 years old with two seasons (1 year) of ski patrol experience as a Basic Patroller or any combination of education and experience equal to the above. Current member of the National Ski Patrol Systems, Inc. with current registration of at least the Basic Patroller level.
Operations Manager/Marketing Manager Office Assistant
Assist Operations Manager with: brochure distribution, industry shows, onsite promotions, hospitality, filing, answering phones, faxing, organization/ production of marketing materials & programs, resort reporting, data entry and more! On the job training! To apply, complete an application and send to Ski Brule with your resume.
Lodging Office Receptionist & Reservations
Enjoy talking with people? Telling them about all the fun they will have at Ski Brule and helping to make their vacation perfect? A positive, friendly personality is a must! Basic computer skills are a benefit but we will train the right applicant. To apply, complete a Ski Brule application and send to Ski Brule with your resume.
Must be willing to work weekends and holidays. A positive, outgoing personality is required! Should desire an outdoor job that requires manual labor. Must have the ability to stand outside for long periods of time in cold temperatures and the ability to shovel snow throughout the work day. Must follow strict safety guidelines in the operation of lift machinery. Duties include: Inspection and safe operation of chairlifts, loading and unloading public, excellent ongoing guest service and extensive snow shoveling and be willing to work in other departments as needed. Seasonal Position. To apply, complete a Ski Brule application and send to Ski Brule.
Become National Ski Patroller
Joining the National Ski Patrol
More Information: Ski Patrol
We’re a different breed.
When it comes to being a ski patroller, there is no mold. There are however, some common traits that all patrollers share. National Ski Patrol members have a strong desire to help others, learn emergency care techniques, improve their skiing and snowboarding skills, and enhance the safety and enjoyment of snow sports for all. Sound like you? Read on to learn how you can join our elite team.
First on. Last off.
National Ski Patrol members support their area management in preparing the mountain in the morning, rescuing and caring for injured guests throughout the day and making sure everyone gets down safely when the mountain closes. Sure it’s a long, action-packed day, but there’s nothing more rewarding than putting in a hard day’s work while having a good time and making lifelong friends in the process. Besides, it sure beats sitting in an office cubicle all day!
Learn new skills and put them to the test.
National Ski Patrol education programs offer you the chance to obtain world-class training. Learn about emergency care practices, search and rescue techniques, avalanche control, mountaineering, toboggan handling and many other interesting and essential skills. The most rewarding part is taking what you learn and putting it to the test on the slopes.
Are you up to the challenge?
Take your passion for snow sports to the next level by attending an applicant-screening day where you are invited to work with your local patrol. This is your opportunity to learn more about how the patrol operates and what is expected of its members, as well as a chance for the patrol to evaluate your individual talents and abilities. Simply contact the patrol director at the ski resort of your choice to find out when they will be holding their applicant-screening day and get the complete details. Although the needs of each patrol vary, we can help put you in touch with the patrol directors in your area.