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Parking Lot Supervisor - posted January 21st 2019

Position:                            Parking Lot Supervisor

Employment Status:          Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:           ASAP

Reports to:                         Operations Manager


Job Description:

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Parking Lot Supervisor will be responsible for over-seeing the day to day operations of the Parking Lot, including traffic control, pass checking, visitor reporting, and attentive monitoring of all parking lot activity.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead, direct & motivate all employees while working in a “hands-on” environment
  • Ensure a positive employee experience through training, motivation & ongoing development of all employees
  • Training of new employees in departmental procedures and expectation as well as safety
  • Complete scheduling of staff to ensure adequate coverage and monitor staff performance
  • Meet or exceed labor targets through proper control methods dependent on levels of business
  • Cash control, including parking ticket transactions and balancing cash outs/floats at days end.
  • Direct traffic and assist in finding parking spots/ assist in reserved parking area, RV parking area
  • Attending to skier drop-off area; greeting and assisting/directing guests
  • Operate a guest shuttle on busy days to bring guests from the far end of parking lots
  • Parking lot and lodge decks to be monitored; cleaned and swept clear of snow/garbage as needed throughout the day
  • Stations to be checked and stocked for maps, ticket zip ties, tissues, garbage
  • Parking lot attendant keeps an eye out for lights left on, keys locked in car, vehicle maintenance problems, assists guests in getting help
  • At end of day assist in vacating parking lots, checking lots for garbage, remove and put away necessary signage
  • Ensuring all Parking Lot attendants are working in a safe, efficient and friendly manner, enabling guests fast access to resort facilities.
  • Ensure a positive guest experience including interaction & satisfaction
  • Regularly communicate with other departments to ensure the overall success of the department and the resort as a whole

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2-5 years’ experience in a supervisory position of a team of 5 or more
  • Able to work in adverse weather conditions
  • Excellent positive attitude
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally at all times
  • Follow all LLSR policies and procedures
  • Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Valid Class 5 Alberta Driver’s license (or international equivalent) with clean driving record (abstract/traffic history report must be provided before commencement of employment)

Work Schedule:

5 days on/2 days off

Dress Code:

Outdoor uniform (jacket and pants) which is requires $200 damage deposit, you are to provide all other necessary items in accordance with appearance policy.


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Utilities Supervisor - posted December 15th 2018

Position:                                Utilities Supervisor

Employment Status:              Full Time Year Round– Staff accommodation is provided

Start Date:                            ASAP

Reports to:                           Operations Manager              


Job Description:

The main role of this position is to operate heavy equipment and machinery in a safe and appropriate manner, while supervising and leading a team of equipment operators.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervision of all Utilities employees, including organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments
  • Ensuring a positive employee experience through training, motivation and ongoing development of all employees
  • Operation of heavy equipment and machinery in a safe and appropriate manner. Heavy equipment includes trucks, front end loaders, dozers, graders and other machinery.
  • Plowing, sanding roadways, maintenance and grading
  • Set-up and take down parking lot signs, ropes, etc.
  • Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service
  • Accurate completion of work orders
  • Clean, lubricate and perform other minor maintenance work
  • Maneuver trucks/heavy equipment into loading or unloading positions; check that vehicle position is correct and any special loading equipment is properly positioned.
  • Check vehicles before driving them to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to the vehicles.
  • Communicate effectively with the public, customers, and co-workers both verbally and in written form
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Valid Driver’s license Class 3  (with abstract provided) with Air Ticket
  • Adhere to OH&S responsibility and requirements
  • Must possess accurate verbal and written communication skills.
  • Safety oriented
  • Able to work supervised & unsupervised
  • Able to prioritize tasks for efficiency
  • Follow all LLSR policies and procedures
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A three month probationary period applies
  • A police background check, from your home country or province, will be required upon commencement of employment
  • Knowledge and experience in the operation of front end loaders, dozers, graders, compactors and other pieces of heavy equipment
  • 1-2 years of previous supervisory experience
  • A friendly and professional manner
  • Strong knowledge of workplace safety requirements and procedures
  • First aid certificate an asset


Work Schedule:

Shift Work 



Outdoor Uniform, Steel-toed Waterproof boots.

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Accounts Payable Associate (Calgary) - posted October 15th 2018

Position:                               Accounts Payable Associate

Employment Status:           Full TimeSeasonal (6 month contract) – Calgary Based

Start Date:                            ASAP

Reports To:                          Chief Financial Officer

Job Description:

The Lake Louise Ski Resort is seeking an Accounts Payable Associate to join its team out of its Calgary office. Reporting to the C.F.O, you will beresponsible for day-to-day accounts payable activities, general ledger accounts reconciliation, accruals, payments processing and accounts analyses.

You are adynamic player supportingthe Finance and Accounting team in carrying out its responsibilities.


  • Control, 3-way match, code and distribute AP invoices for approval.
  • Post approved invoices and credit cards statements.
  • Process employee expense reimbursements.
  • Prepare weekly payments.
  • Manage vendor’s credit application and maintain vendor master file.
  • Manage AFE’s and AFE’s reporting.
  • Maintain filing organized and up-to-date.
  • Provide back up for AR and bank activities.
  • Communicate effectively with vendors and internal staff to resolve discrepancies in a timely and professional manner.
  • Provide suggestions and feedback to improve procedures and maintain related documentation.
  • Assist with month end duties and other accounting activities as required, including AR and bank activities.

Key Competencies:

  • Excellent organization skills with a high attention to detail, accuracy and deadlines.
  • Excellent team player, with a strong commitment to customer satisfaction (internal and external).
  • Effective interpersonal, communication and problem solving skills.
  • Integrity and strong work ethic.
  • Results driven; known for working well in fast paced environment.
  • Easily adaptable to changing priorities and schedules.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2 years related experience with a sound knowledge of accounts payable processing.
  • Post-secondary education in Accounting.
  • Committed to personal growth and development and ongoing learning.
  • Strong Microsoft skills, especially Excel skills (Vlookups, pivot tables).
  • Sage 300 or equivalent software experience is required.


This is a full time six month contract, with an option for a permanent position (part-time in summer and full-time in winter). Position located in Calgary. Some travels to Lake Louise are required.


If you are interested in working for Canada’s Best Ski Resort, in a fun and dynamic work environment, please email your cover letter and resume to hrcalgary@skilouise.com, referencing the AP Associate position.

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Snow School and Resort Administrative Supervisor - posted September 7th 2018

The Lake Louise Ski Area Ltd

Email: jobs@skilouise.com

Phone: (403) 522-1321

Fax: (403) 522-1342


Position:                             Snow School and Resort Administrative Supervisor (NOC 1211)

Employment Status:           Full Time Year Round

Start Date:                          Oct 29 2018

Job Location:                     The Lake Louise Ski Resort,

             1 Whitehorn Rd,

             Lake Louise, T0L1E0


Job Description:

The Snow School and Resort Administrative Supervisor will be responsible for planning and overseeing all administrative support, whilst providing ongoing leadership and training to the Snow School administrative team. The successful candidate’s proven impeccable service will allow them to train the office team in analyzing and interpreting the needs of guests and offering an appropriate option or solution.   

Job Responsibilities and requirements:

  • Mentor and train staff in respect to administrative processes, exceptional service standards, sales and professional appearance policies.
  • Ongoing Snow School product sales training for administrative staff (including cash/debit/credit transactions and cash out procedures)
  • Answer and manage inbound telephone and email inquiries.
  • Identify opportunities that can improve efficiency of business practices  & provide price comparisons and product analysis related to business competition
  • Coordination of Snow School administrative staff schedules and daily monitoring and modification of ski & snowboard instructor schedules 
  • The direct hiring, on-boarding, training and performance evaluation of Snow School administrative staff
  • Procurement of general office supplies and equipment.
  • Delegation of administrative work projects and assignments.
  • Provide administration training and support to multiple Snow School supervisors during the winter season for core seasonal programs servicing over 500 key customers
  • Liaise with IT, Snow School, Food and Beverage, Interpretative Guides, Day Care, Accounting and Guest Servicesto ensure overlapping programs run efficiently
  • Complete payroll for administrative employees and assist with payroll for approximately 150 ski & snowboard instructors including sales commissions
  • Adhering to strict wage and revenue targets and budgeted KPI’s
  • Provide required reporting on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis to relevant department managers.
  • Update sales products. Identify technical point of sale challenges in existing point of sales software applications within the following departments – IT, Snow School, Food and Beverage, Interpretative Guides, Day Care, Accounting and Guest Services.  Help assist in identifying modifications needed to resolve issues.
  • Enforcement and management of policies and procedures related to company’s progressive discipline policy and ongoing training associated with such procedures and policies.
  • Management of direct employee grievances or complaint resolution related to company’s policies and procedures.
  • Provide technical support and training to multiple departments including planning updates and software installations


  • Strong customer service experience
  • Able to respond quickly in a dynamic and changing environment
  • Able to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing
  • Service oriented, assertive, flexible, outgoing and enthusiastic
  • High level of computer literacy with proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word,  Excel, Outlook
  • Have complete understanding of the program Maître D back office
  • Have outstanding knowledge and practical experience with REZ Express, Ticket Express, Ticketing, Season Pass  and Avanti software applications
  • Demonstrate strong Administrative leadership skills and exceptional organizational competence
  • Self-motivated, with high energy and an engaging level of enthusiasm
  • Fluent English verbal and written skills
  • Minimum 3 + years reservation experience
  • Minimum 3 + years administrative experience
  • Minimum 3 + years supervisor experience
  • Independent problem solving aptitude

Compensation and Benefits:

  • $26.40/hr
  • Eligible for LLSR benefits Plan
  • Multi Resort Ski Pass
  • Food and Beverage Discounts
  • Friend and Family discounts

Date posted:  September 7, 2018

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