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More Information Winter GDL Cook Part Time (No Staff Accommodation
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More Information Winter Houseperson / Laundry Personnel
More Information Snow School Administrator
More Information Manager - Rentals and Repairs
More Information Winter Sushi Cook
More Information Parts Delivery Driver (Part Time)
More Information Winter CSIA/CASI Level 3/4 Ski and Snowboard Instr
More Information Winter Ski and Snowboard Instructors
More Information Winter Kinder Ski and Snowboard Instructors
More Information Winter Chef de Partie F&B
More Information Winter Kitchen Reciever F&B
More Information Winter F&B Outlet Supervisor
More Information Winter Prep Cook F&B
More Information Winter Storeroom Attendant F&B
More Information Winter GDL Security
More Information Winter GDL Server
More Information Winter Parking Lot Attendant
More Information Winter Repairs Technician
More Information Winter Skoki Lodge Attendant
More Information Winter Bus Host/Greeter (No Staff Accommodation)
More Information Winter Cook F&B
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More Information Winter Dishwasher
More Information Winter Ski Patrol Dispatch
More Information Winter Co-Op Attendant
More Information Winter Janitor F&B
More Information Winter Daycare Attendant Lvl 2 & 3


Don’t forget to also check our summer recruitment and our year-round recruitment opportunities.

 

Winter GDL Cook Part Time (No Staff Accommodation - posted September 21st 2018

Position:                              Cook - The Great Divide Lodge

Employment Status:          Part Time Seasonal –  No Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          October 2018 – May 2019

Reports To:                          Kitchen Supervisor and Lodge Management

Job Description:

Qualified candidates will have a working knowledge of standard kitchen equipment and its uses. A working knowledge of stocks, sauces, butchering & standard cooking techniques such as grilling, frying, sautéing, poaching, smoking and any other cooking medium needed to execute all types of cuisine. A general knowledge of all ingredients to be utilized in their area of work and knowledge of all health and sanitation practices. The successful candidate must be able to offer guests high quality service with professionalism and enthusiasm.

Job Location: The position is based at the Great Divide Lodge, which is a guest hotel, located at the summit of the famous Kicking Horse Pass in Yoho National Park. The accommodation overlooks the Canadian Rockies and Wapta Lake. More information regarding the Lodge can be found on our website - http://thegreatdividelodge.com/.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Maintains a kitchen work space that must be clean, tidy, well organized, and ready at all times during service.
  • Ensures all food is prepared on clean surfaces (and with clean utensils). Ensure at all time their stations are clean and kept to department standards.
  • Has knowledge and can follow all basic culinary standards, executing proper knife skills, cooking techniques, food safety procedures, culinary terms, positive dialog with guests.
  • Ensures food quality and presentation meets LLSR Culinary Department standards prior to being served. Station responsibilities must be monitored at all times.
  • Must maintain a positive, helpful and upbeat attitude towards fellow employee’s and guests. Treats guests and co-associates with courtesy and respect.
  • Remains appropriately groomed and must wear the uniform provided.  Must maintain a clean uniform and work station – both guest side and employee station area.
  • Ensures all items prepared on their work station are presented in accordance with departmental specifications.
  • Receive and put away any and all product on delivery.
  • Provide assistance to all members of the kitchen as requested in a timely & positive manner.
  • Ensure that assigned work station is ready for service.
  • Abides by all sanitation policies and communicate with the Kitchen Supervisor and Lodge Management when equipment is not functioning properly, if assistance is needed or food pars are low or out.
  • Is on their assigned station at all times and reports to manager before departing work area.
  • Must know specifically all menu items and ingredients

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Must be able to lift, push, pull and move food, equipment, supplies, etc., in excess of 40-50 pounds.
  • Flexibility with scheduled shifts
  • Energetic and self –motivated with a willingness to learn new skills
  • Must be able to tolerate areas with extreme high and low temperatures
  • 2-3 years’ experience in a professional kitchen preferred
  • Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Formal culinary training is an asset
  • Strong written and verbal English with a second language considered an asset
  • First Aid certificate an asset
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

 

Work Schedule:

Shift Work

2 - 3 Days, Business level dependent

 

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which is provided – To be discussed further at time of Interview

Employee to provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Accounting Clerk - posted September 14th 2018

Position:                              Accounting Clerk

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:           Early November – Early May

Reports To:                         Accounting Supervisor, Revenue & Financial Advisor

 

Job Description:

TheAccounting Clerk assists the accounting department with day-to-day activities including floats, outlet cash outs, balance sheets and data input.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Audit daily from all departments, making sure that final figures are correct, noting errors and the causes of any miscalculations.
  • Code, total, batch, enter, verify and reconcile transactions such as accounts payable and receivable, purchase orders, cheques, invoices, cheque requisitions, and expense forms
  • Performs related clerical duties, such as data entry, creating sales reports, word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying.
  • Reconcile SBLLS weekly sales
  • Prepare and issue change orders and petty cash, and floats
  • Nightly processing of ticketing and scanning systems and the F&B POS system
  • Balance and reconcile daily sales
  • Processing of non cash Season Pass Sales
  • Issuing of ticket stock/ Louise card stock etc
  • Tracking of 8000 accounts
  • Research credit card charge backs

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • 1-2 years previous accounting experience preferred
  • Minimum 1-2 years cash handling experience
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Word & Excel, Outlook
  • Exceptional verbal communication and presentation skills.
  • Punctuality and reliability is essential
  • Ability to deal with a broad range of people & departments
  • Positive attitude and strong attention to detail
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days Off  (Nights & Day Shifts to be determined)

Dress Code:

Business Casual – To be discussed at time of Interview

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Winter Houseperson / Laundry Personnel - posted September 14th 2018

Position:                             Houseperson / Night Laundry Personnel

Employment Status:         Seasonal Full-time – Staff accommodation is provided

Employment Period:         Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports to:                         Housing Manager, Housing Assistant Manager

Job Description:

Thesuccessful candidate will assist the housing coordinators in creating a positive living environment for staff.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for overall cleanliness of the inside and outside of building
  • Vacuuming and mopping hallways, stairwells, and common areas
  • Cleaning units and moving furniture when needed
  • Maintain clean and organized housekeeping supply closets
  • Maintaining storage and lost and found areas
  • Opening laundry rooms, common rooms, and gym at the appropriate times
  • Report maintenance any maintenance issues promptly
  • Garbage Removal, snow removal, salting and gravelling pathways as needed
  • Provide assistance and or information to tenants and coworkers
  • Operate washing machines and dryers to clean, dry, and press linens
  • Check finished linens, staff uniforms and articles to ensure they have been properly dry-cleaned and/or laundered
  • Record cleaned items on daily laundry check sheets
  • Assemble and bag finished linens for pick up
  • Record damaged or improperly laundered linens
  • Communicate with Management regarding supply requirements, maintenance issues, etc.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Must be able to lift, push, pull and move food, equipment, supplies, etc., in excess of twenty-five (25) pounds.
  • Flexibility with scheduled shifts (Must be able to work night shifts)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent problem solving ability
  • Excellent conflict resolution and crisis intervention skills
  • Adhere to 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)
  • Ability to balance the needs of, staff, maintenance, tenants, and outside interests
  • Energetic and self –motivated with a willingness to learn new skills

Work Schedule:

4 days on/3 days off

2 days: Houseperson - Day Shift (7am – 5:30pm)

2 days: Laundry Personnel - Night Shift (5pm – 2am)

Dress Code:

Uniform shirt provided at cost, black pants following the appearance standards

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Snow School Administrator - posted September 13th 2018

Position:                                Snow School Administrator

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided

Employment Period:          November 5th, 2018

Reports to:                           Snow School Director                    

Job Description:

The snow school administrator is responsible for assisting the department with all administrative, clerical and office related duties. The successful candidate will coordinate the sale of snow school products, book and take payment for lessons and tentatively schedule instructors according to certification level. The administrator must strive to provide exceptional customer service and a positive experience with every guest interaction.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Dealing in a professional manner with customer enquiries, complaints and comments
  • Continued commitment to high standards of service, exceeding customer expectations and leading by example
  • Cleaning of all Snow School office and guest areas
  • Coordination of instructor schedules
  • Analyze  and interpret the needs of guests and offer the appropriate options, solutions, and resolutions required
  • Snow School product sales (including cash/debit/credit transactions and cash out procedures)
  • Other duties as required

Job Requirements:

  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally at all times
  • 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
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated, team player
  • Posses cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Maintain a professional appearance, demeanor, and attitude at all times
  • Post-secondary education (recreation management) or equivalent experience an asset
  • High level of computer literacy with proficiency with Microsoft Word & Excel, Outlook and Internet
  • Demonstrate strong leadership skills and exceptional organizational competence
  • Strong communication skills with a second language considered an asset
  • Highly flexible with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Self motivated, with high energy and an engaging level of enthusiasm

Work Schedule:

5 days on/2 days off - split shifts are required during peak season – Office open7:30am - 8:15pm

 

Dress Code:

Purchase of Staff jacket required. Personal items and clothing in accordance with appearance standards

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Manager - Rentals and Repairs - posted September 7th 2018

Position:                                Rental and Repairs Manager

Employment Status:           Full Time – Subsidized staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          10 month contract (Oct – Jul) opportunity to continue for the right candidate 

Reports to:                           General Manager

Job Description:

The Rental and Repairs Manager is responsible for overseeing both the daily operation and the long term corporate strategy of the Rental and Repairs departments. This includes staffing and service, providing strategic direction and leadership with regards to productivity, business promotions and customer satisfaction. He or she is responsible for managing budgets, overseeing both teams in order to drive revenue growth, increase productivity and implement initiatives that will improve the customer’s experience.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement new business strategies to improve corporate performance.
  • Accomplish positive staff results by demonstrating a strong business ethic that includes communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching employees; and ensuring productivity standards and goals are identified and met.
  • Continued commitment to high standards of service, exceeding Customer expectations and leading by example.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret the needs of guests and offer the appropriate options, solutions, and resolutions required.
  • Provide constant feedback to management as to the status on staffing and equipment problems.
  • Oversee the co-ordination of Group Rental functions, organize appropriate staffing levels, equipment needs and inventory for large groups.
  • Responsible for resort uniform inventory, maintenance, issuance and administration.
  • Accomplish financial objectives and strategic goals by forecasting requirements; analyzing variances and initiating corrective actions.              
  • Liaise with suppliers and contractors to replenish sports equipment supplies and organize any maintenance required on the repairs machinery (Montana Challenge MAX, Montana Wax Future, Montana P-Tex Gun and the R.off.B Ski & Snowboard Belt Grinder) when necessary.
  • Review reports (e.​g. ​inventory, sales and daily reports) to determine the operational activities of the company and ensure optimum performance.​

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of management or leadership experience in the Rentals/Repairs or similar industry
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills to communicate effectively with all levels within the organization and with external stakeholders.
  • Possess a high level of product knowledge for winter sports equipment, and have the ability to transfer the information to staff and guests alike.
  • Excellent organizational, time management and prioritization skills.
  • Computer literate with strong proficiency using programs such as Windows and Outlook
  • Able to identify key issues; creatively and strategically overcome internal challenges.
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills.

The Lake Louise Ski Area offers industry competitive compensation and benefits in a great working environment. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. If you are interested in this opportunity, please fax or email your resume with cover letter to:

Email: jobs@skilouise.com

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Winter Sushi Cook - posted September 1st 2018

Position:                                Sushi Cook

Employment Status:             Full - Time Seasonal 

Staff accommodation:           Available

Employment Period:            November 2018 - May 2019

Reports To:                           Sous Chef & Executive Chef

Job Description:

Have a working knowledge of Sushi and Japanese food including Sushi rice, fish and other Seafood preparation, Maki, Nigiri and Sashimi style sushi including presentation as well as an understanding of Ramen and other soups, stocks and sauces used in sushi and Japanese restaurants .

Job Responsibilities:

  • Follows all applicable AHS & OSHA Procedures at all times. Ensures all food is prepared in a sanitary manner and ensure at all time their stations are kept clean
  • Ensures food quality and presentation meets LLSR Culinary Department standards prior to being served.
  • Abides by all sanitation policies and communicates with supervisors when equipment not functioning properly, if assistance is needed or food pars are low or out.
  • Must know specifically all menu items and ingredients for their outlet.
  • Clean food spillage at their work station, including the floors and equipment.
  • Prepare fresh herbs, garnishes and spices for use in the restaurant - Discard spoiled food
  • End of day cleaning and organization of assigned work station.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Ability to work from a standing position for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to lift approximately 40 - 50 pounds.
  • Dexterity in the hands and fingers needed to effectively manipulate the tools and utensils used in food preparation.
  • Visual abilities (closeness and depth perception) to ensure quality food preparation and personal safety with various types of equipment.
  • Must be able to tolerate areas with extreme high and low temperatures.
  • Possess and maintain tools to perform the necessary job functions.
  • Basic knowledge of food preparation techniques and kitchen equipment.
  • Knowledge of kitchen sanitation.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Intermediate English with a second language considered an asset
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days Off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which will be provided

Employee must provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Parts Delivery Driver (Part Time) - posted August 28th 2018

 

Position:                                Parts Room Attendant/Transport Driver

Employment Status:             Part Time Seasonal

Start Date:                             October 2018 to May 2019

Rate of Pay:                          $TBD                      

Job Description:

Reporting to the Parts Supervisor, this position is responsible for inventory control of the parts department and driving to Calgary weekly for delivery and pickup from main office and other locations as required.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Inventory control through managing work orders, dispensing parts and filling out logs accurately
  • Maintaining a clean well organized parts room
  • Safe operation of company vehicle(s) adhering to the transportation policy
  • Safe transportation of dangerous goods (training provided)
  • Maintain security of  vehicle and its contents
  • Delivery & security of external and internal mail – strictly follow established procedures
  • Assist with loading & unloading freight, and on site deliveries
  • Ensure timely & accurate pick up & delivery of all freight – follow established procedures
  • Keep a clean & organized parts truck – includes daily cleaning of cab & box (all vehicles are non smoking)
  • High quality, friendly, and cooperative relationship with all departments
  • Provide assistance to other departments as required

Job Requirements:

  • Valid Driver’s license – Clean Class 5 (with abstract provided)
  • Knowledge of Calgary an surrounds considered an asset
  • Ability to work outside in all weather conditions.
  • Safety Oriented  - Adhere to OH&S responsibility and requirements of the department
  • Must possess accurate verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good physical condition as this position requires heavy lifting
  • Able to work supervised & unsupervised
  • Organizational & Time Management skills
  • Follow all LLSR policies and procedures
  • A police background check, from your home country or province, will be required upon commencement of employment

Qualifications:

  • Maintenance background/Parts room experience preferred
  • Basic computer skills (Email, Microsoft Word/Excel)
  • A friendly and professional manner
  • Strong knowledge of workplace safety requirements and procedures
  • First aid certificate an asset

Work Schedule:

1 day per week, 7am–5:30pm

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Winter CSIA/CASI Level 3/4 Ski and Snowboard Instr - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                               Ski and Snowboard Instructors

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:           November 9th / December 10th 2018 – Early May, 2019

Reports to:                           Snow School Supervisors & Head Ski and Snowboard Trainers

Rate of Pay:                          Based on certification level and experience

 

Job Description:

Level 3 & 4 Ski and Snowboard Instructors: Duties include providing excellent guest experience while creating a safe and professional teaching environment. You will play a key part in teaching our guests of all ages and abilities while additionally conducting training sessions for staff and facilitating training for our Gap instructor programs.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Instruct and coach guests of all ages and abilities to ski or snowboard within instructor’s certification level, group lessons to privates, adults and children.
  • Conduct training sessions for lower certified staff
  • Complete lesson ability reports & relevant administration forms as required
  • Meet with individuals and groups prior to the start of a lesson or training session
  • Ensuring individuals (staff and Clients) are comfortable with their equipment before the lesson commences
  • Teaching familiarity of how to load and unload the ski lifts
  • Teaching individuals new skills and techniques to help improve their ability
  • Promotes safety and the alpine responsibility code to gives students the knowledge to remain safe when out skiing/snowboarding without an instructor

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and adherence to Alpine Responsibility Code
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated, team player
  • Good decision making skills & safety oriented
  • Effective verbal and listening skills
  • Maintain a professional appearance, demeanor, and attitude at all times
  • Able to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Minimum Level 3 CSIA/CASI certification with preference given to those with evaluator experience
  • Strong communication skills with a second language considered an asset

Work Schedule:

Basic schedule of 5 days on/2 days off fluctuating throughout the season depending on business levels.

Dress Code:
Outdoor Ski School Uniform provided for a rental fee, personal items and clothing in accordance with appearance standards

Application information:

The Lake Louise Snow School department is currently on leave for the summer. They will be reviewing all applicants in the fall when they return and contacting successful candidates at that time for interviews. Please be patient, and aware that only successful candidates will be contacted.

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Winter Ski and Snowboard Instructors - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                    Ski and Snowboard Instructors
Employment Status: Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided
Employment Period: November 15th / December 10th 2018  until Early May, 2019
Reports to:                 Snow School Supervisors
Rate of Pay:               Based on certification level and experience
 

Job Description:

The main responsibility of our Ski and Snowboard Instructors is to provide an excellent guest experience while in a safe and professional teaching environment.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Instruct and coach guests of all ages and abilities to ski or snowboard within instructor’s certification level, group lessons to privates, adults and children
  • Complete lesson ability reports & relevant administration forms as required
  • Meet with individuals and groups prior to the start of a lesson
  • Ensuring individuals are comfortable with their equipment before the lesson commences
  • Teaching familiarity of how to load and unload the ski lifts
  • Teaching individuals new skills and techniques to help improve their ability
  • Promotes safety and the alpine responsibility code to gives students the knowledge to remain safe when out skiing/snowboarding without an instructor
  • Work in the Beginner Area as a Lift and Tube Park Attendant as scheduled by the Snow School.
  • Other Resort tasks as assigned by the Snow School.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and adherence to Alpine Responsibility Code
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated team player
  • Good decision-making skills & safety oriented
  • Effective verbal and listening skills
  • Maintain a professional appearance, demeanor, and attitude at all times
  • Able to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Minimum CSIA/ CASI Level 1 with higher levels preferred
  • Strong communication skills with a second language considered an asset

Work Schedule:
Basic schedule of 5 days on/2 days off fluctuating throughout the season depending on business levels.
 

Dress Code:
Outdoor Ski School Uniform provided for a rental fee, personal items and clothing in accordance with appearance standards

Application information:

The Lake Louise Snow School department is currently on leave for the summer. They will be reviewing all applicants in the fall when they return and contacting successful candidates at that time for interviews. Please be patient, and aware that only successful candidates will be contacted.

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Winter Kinder Ski and Snowboard Instructors - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                     Kinder Instructor

Employment Status: Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided

Employment Period: November 15th / December 10th 2018 until Early May, 2019

Reports to:                  Snow School Supervisors and Daycare Staff

Rate of Pay:                Based on certification level and experience
 

Job Description:

The main responsibility of our Kinder Instructors is to provide an excellent guest experience while in a safe and professional teaching environment.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Instruct guests of ages 3 to 5 years old to ski or snowboard within instructor’s certification level, group lessons to privates.
  • Complete lesson ability reports & relevant administration forms as required
  • Meet with individuals and groups prior to the start of a lesson and assist daycare staff with dressing/undressing children in winter clothing.
  • Ensuring individuals are comfortable with their equipment before the lesson commences
  • Helping children load and unload the ski lifts
  • Teaching individuals new skills and techniques to help improve their ability
  • Promote safety and the alpine responsibility code to gives students the knowledge to remain safe when out skiing/snowboarding without an instructor
  • Work in the Beginner Area as a Lift and Tube Park Attendant as scheduled by the Snow School.
  • Other Resort tasks as assigned by the Snow School.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and adherence to Alpine Responsibility Code
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated, team player
  • Good decision making skills &safety oriented
  • Effective verbal and listening skills
  • Maintain a professional appearance, demeanor, and attitude at all times
  • Able to work outside in all weather conditions
  • CSIA/ CASI Level 1 considered an asset
  • Strong communication skills with a second language considered an asset

Work Schedule:
Basic schedule of 5 days on/2 days off fluctuating throughout the season depending on business levels.

Dress Code:
Outdoor Ski School Uniform provided for a rental fee, personal items and clothing in accordance with appearance standards

Application information:

The Lake Louise Snow School department is currently on leave for the summer. They will be reviewing all applicants in the fall when they return and contacting successful candidates at that time for interviews. Please be patient, and aware that only successful candidates will be contacted.

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Winter Chef de Partie F&B - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                             Chef de Partie

Employment Status:          Full-Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                         Sous Chef and Executive Chef

Job Description:

The Chef De Partie, will oversee all outlet kitchen staff and ensure the quality of food preparation and service meets and exceeds operating standards on a daily basis. The position requires a proven leader with exceptional communication skills and the ability to supervise and provide direction to others. The successful candidate will also be responsible for monitoring and maintaining all kitchen inventories and adhering to sanitation standards.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist with daily menu planning, creation & implementation
  • Supervise & participate in all aspects of kitchen cleanliness & organization
  • Ensure a positive employee experience through training, motivation & ongoing development of all employees
  • Assist in meeting or exceeding labor, inventory & cost control targets
  • Closely monitor all food cost related tasks including portioning, product rotation & left over management
  • Assist with product ordering needs as required
  • Regularly communicate with other team members to ensure the overall success of the department
  • Ensure all sanitation and safety standards are adhered to.
  • Ensure refrigerators and storerooms are organized and maintained in the various kitchen areas on a daily basis and that all food products are stored in accordance with provincial regulations.
  • Take an active role in the production and presentation of all food products to maintain the best quality food style possible while adhering to menu specifications.
  • Strive to advance your knowledge, skills and abilities and consistently share these with others.
  • Practice proper grooming, personal hygiene, and uniform standards.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 3 years supervisory experience with both high production buffet & line experience
  • Highly organized & detail oriented
  • Strong leadership & problem solving skills
  • Possess strong coaching, communication & interpersonal skills
  • Extensive knowledge of food handling and sanitation standards
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to work cohesively as part of a team and ability to build teams
  • Canadian Red Seal, Provincial Papers or equivalent
  • Food safety certification required
  • HACCP training considered an asset
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

Salary based on 5 Days On / 2 Days Off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which will be provided

Employee to provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Kitchen Reciever F&B - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                               Kitchen Receiver

Employment Status:           Full-Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Start Date:                            Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                           Sous Chef            

Job Description:

The position of kitchen receiver will operate out of the Whiskey Jack Lodge loading dock. The successful candidate will be required to receive all food and beverage orders, distribute stock throughout various outlets and ensure a high level of cleanliness and sanitation is maintained throughout the kitchen and back spaces.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the cleanliness and sanitation of loading dock area, food stock, small wares, glassware and fridge spaces.
  • Organize and maintain cleanliness of dock room as well as inventory measures
  • Practice safe handling of all Food – First In / First Out
  • Ensure all OH&S practices and policies are being followed
  • Report any OH&S issues to the Sous Chef
  • And any other duties as required

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Highly organized & detail oriented
  • Self motivated, can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Ability to work under pressure and in a humid environment
  • Good physical condition is required as this position may entail standing for long periods of time
  • Must be able to lift, pull, push up to 50 pounds
  • Intermediate English with a second language considered an asset
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days Off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which will be provided

Employee to provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter F&B Outlet Supervisor - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                               Outlet Supervisor – Food and Beverage

Including; Lodge of Ten Peaks & Whiskyjack, Temple Lodge, Sawyers Nook, Kuma Yama, Powder Keg, Kokanee Kabin, Northface Bistro

Employment Status:           Seasonal Full-time – staff accommodation provided

Start Date:                            November 2018 - Discussed at time of Interview

Reports to:                           Food and Beverage Manager, Food and Beverage Director

Job Description:

The main role of the Supervisor is to oversee all front of house employees within the Outlet. The supervisor will be responsible for training, supervising and motivating employees to ensure exceptional customer service is provide on a daily basis, and that a positive guest experience is had through interaction and satisfaction.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead, direct & motivate all employees while working in a “hands-on” environment
  • 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, inventory & cost control targets through proper control methods dependant on levels of business
  • Daily inventory and stock control reports
  • Completion of administrative duties as required
  • Ensure a positive guest experience including interaction & satisfaction
  • Ensure a positive employee experience through training, motivation & ongoing development of all employees
  • Ensure cleanliness & maintenance of outlet at all times
  • Regularly communicate with other departments to ensure the overall success of the department and the resort as a whole
  • Assist with payroll tracking
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • Shovel snow & ensure outlet staff are also shoveling snow as and when required
  • Ensure quality of product & services offered at all times

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and adherence of ALGC and Foodsafe legislation
  • Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Self motivated, can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Some positions require skiing/snowboarding ability and equipment
  • General knowledge and experience within all FOH operations in the service and hospitality industry
  • Excellent positive attitude
  • High school diploma (preferred)
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • ProServe certification and working knowledge of AGLC legislation
  • Minimum 2-5 years supervisory experience in Food and Beverage is required

Work Schedule:

5 On/2 Off * various start times due to business levels and functions*

Dress Code:

Outlet dependent, following LLSA appearance standards and health and safety requirements.

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Winter Prep Cook F&B - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                              Prep Cook

Employment Status:           Full - Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                           Chef De Partie and Sous Chef

Job Description:

The Prep Cook is responsible for the preparation of food in a timely, efficient, sanitary and consistent manner to be used by the Cooks and Chef De Parties for meal completion. The Prep cook will perform a variety of food preparation duties other than cooking, such as chopping ingredients, separating portions, preparing cold foods, making salads and slicing meats.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Prepare food in accordance with established recipes
  • Be reactive to any special dietary needs as requested
  • Study menus and exhibit product knowledge
  • Identify, label, date and store meats, poultry, produce and dairy products correctly and in accordance with health and safety regulations
  • Prepare a variety of ingredients, sauces, baked goods based on the Chef's orders.
  • Weigh and measure ingredients and portions.
  • Wash, peel and/or cut various foods to prepare for cooking or serving.
  • Communicate any ordering requirements to direct supervisor
  • Ensure cleanliness & maintenance of work area at all times
  • Dishwashing duties as required
  • Ensure quality of product & services offered at all times

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • 1-2 years of experience within a professional kitchen
  • Must be able to lift, push, pull and move food, equipment, supplies, etc., in excess of 40-50 pounds.
  • Flexibility with scheduled shifts
  • Must be able to work in a high-pressure work environment
  • Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Some positions require beginner to intermediate skiing/snowboarding ability and gear
  • Must be efficient and knowledgeable about food preparation needs
  • Energetic and self –motivated with a willingness to learn new skills
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days Off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which will be provided

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Winter Storeroom Attendant F&B - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                              Storeroom Attendant

Employment Status:          Seasonal Full-time – staff accommodation provided

Employment Period:          Early November 2018 – Early May, 2019

Reports to:                          Storeroom Supervisor

Job Description:

Theresponsibility of the storeroom attendant is to ensure the accurate delivery and control of stock and supplies to various Food and Beverage departments through the resort.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ensure cleanliness, maintenance & security of storeroom at all times
  • Ensure that all product is received & rotated in proper order
  • Maintain all product in accordance with safe and proper handling procedures
  • Accurate inventory control is essential
  • Assist with product ordering as required
  • Regularly communicate with other outlet supervisors to ensure the overall success of the department
  • Deliver a variety of product & items on the property and within the village of Lake Louise itself
  • Drive a variety of vehicles including pickup truck, ATV, 4x4 truck

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Highly organized & detail oriented
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Self motivated, can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Ensure quality of product & services offered at all times
  • Must be in excellent physical condition, heavy lifting required
  • Ability to deal with a broad range of people & departments
  • 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)
  • International driving license (obtained before arrival in Canada)

Work Schedule:

5days on/2 days off

Dress Code:

Maintenance/Outdoor uniform – to be discussed at time of interview – must provide their own steel-toe boots

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Winter GDL Security - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                GDL Security Personnel

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided

Employment Period:          October 2018 – May 2019

Reports to:                           Duty Manager

Job Description

Thesuccessful candidate will be responsible formaintaining a safe and secure atmosphere at The Great Divide Lodge, including the resort and staff accommodation.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Conducting security patrols of The Great Divide Lodge property
  • Enforce “conditions of residence” as outlined in rental contracts
  • Liaison with local law enforcement and emergency service agencies
  • Respond to complaints and conduct investigations
  • Provide assistance and/or information to employees and the general public
  • Complete the required nightly security checks and any incident reports
  • Keep all emergency exits and lodge entrances clear of snow
  • All other related duties as required by the Security Supervisoror lodge Management

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Canadian or international drivers license with clean abstract required
  • Ability to enforce rules, without being influenced by friends/work colleagues.
  • Must be able to work independently with little supervision
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated and responsible to work with minimal or no supervision
  • Must be physically capable of lifting/carrying 50 lbs
  • Self-motivated, with high energy and an engaging level of enthusiasm
  • First Aid, CPR, Self Defense and Mediation skills preferred
  • Prior security/law enforcement experience is considered an asset

Work Schedule:

Night Shift

Dress Code:

Uniform shirt provided, black pants/slacks in accordance with appearance standards

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Winter GDL Server - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                               Server- The Great Divide Lodge

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Subsidized shared accommodation is provided

Start Date:                            October 2018 – May 2019

Reports to:                           Duty Manager

Job Description:

The Server will be responsible for providing consistently high-levels of customer service to all guests by ensuring prompt service, accurate orders, and a strong working knowledge of all menu items and daily specials. The server shall perform these duties in a friendly and professional manner at all times, and ensure that each guest has an enjoyable dining experience. Other responsibilities will include the proper setting of tables, removing used dishes and place settings, assisting with cleaning duties, accurate daily cash outs and complying with ‘Serving it right’ legislation. 

Job Location:

The position is based at the Great Divide Lodge, which is a guest hotel, located at the summit of the famous Kicking Horse Pass in Yoho National Park. The 50 room hotel and hostel style accommodation overlooks the Canadian Rockies and Wapta Lake. More information regarding the Lodge can be found on our website - http://thegreatdividelodge.com/.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide friendly, efficient & professional table service to our guests
  • Ensure a positive guest experience through interaction & satisfaction
  • Menu knowledge including beer, wine, spirits & food
  • Ensure cleanliness & maintenance of all outlet areas at all times
  • Regularly communicate with your peers & supervisor to ensure the overall success of the outlet
  • Communicate any dietary requests and/or allergies with all kitchen staff

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Prior experience using Electronic POS in a Restaurant Environment
  • Positive attitude coupled with friendly polite service
  • High degree of resourcefulness, flexibility, and adaptability
  • High level of sound and independent judgment, reasoning, and discretion
  • Punctuality and reliability is essential
  • Have a working knowledge of B.C. Liquor Control Board regulations concerning the service of alcohol
  • Serving It Right certification –must be obtained within 30 days of commencing employment.
  • Must be at least 19 years of age
  • Must be able to work night shifts
  • Strong customer service orientation
  • Should have a working knowledge of the hospitality industry

Work Schedule:

Must be able to work a rotating roster, doing mainly evening shifts

Dress Code:

Business Casual Attire – Black pants or skirt with dark stockings and a black long or short sleeve blouse or shirt. Neat and professional appearance is essential.

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Winter Parking Lot Attendant - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Parking Lot Attendant

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided

Employment Period:          Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports to:                           Department Supervisor

Job Description:

The successful candidate will be required to maintain safe and efficient parking lot operations while providing our guests with fast access to resort facilities.  A high level of customer service is required.

Job Responsibilities:

  • 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

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Able to work in adverse weather conditions
  • 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)
  • International driving license (obtained before arrival in Canada)

Work Schedule:

5 days on/2 days off

Dress Code:

Outdoor uniform (jacket and pants) which is provided for a rental fee, you are to provide all other necessary items in accordance with appearance policy.

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Winter Repairs Technician - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Repair Shop Technician

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided

Start Date:                            Early November, 2018 – Early May, 2019      

Reports to:                           Repairs Supervisor

Job Description:

The Repair Shop Technician is responsible for providing exceptional customer service when dealing with clients requiring maintenance and repair work to be completed on their ski and snowboard equipment. The technician will advise and estimate repair work and complete full tune ups (stone grinding, edging, and waxing). Technicians will also be required to assist rental shop attendants, when required.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide friendly, efficient & professional service to our guests
  • Maintain a high level of product and service knowledge
  • Physical/Manual labor and lifting
  • Ski and snowboard repair, including; applying P-Tex on gouges and scratches, complex work such as base patches, beveling, edge replacements and de-laminations.
  • Basic knowledge of proper wax selection based on weather conditions and performance demands of the Guest
  • Daily use and maintenance of ski tuning machinery, including; Montana Challenge MAX and P-Tex extruder gun.
  • The ability to mount a vast variety of ski and snowboard bindings without instruction or supervision
  • Assist customers with basic repairs such as replacing lost items for a cost such as straps, binding screws etc
  • Assist & Fit customers with skis, snowboards, boots, poles, helmets, goggles, etc.
  • General shop cleaning

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Exceptional verbal communication and presentation skills.
  • Self motivated, with high energy and an engaging level of enthusiasm.
  • Punctuality and reliability is essential
  • Regularly communicate with your peers & supervisors to ensure the overall success of the department
  • Can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Ability to deal with a broad range of people & departments
  • Must possess the desire to provide a high level of genuine customer service
  • Minimum 1 year of previous experience as a repair technician is required
  • Previous cash handling and POS systems experience considered an asset
  • Strong written and verbal English with a second language considered an asset

Work Schedule:

5 days on/2 days off

Dress Code:

Uniform shirt is provided at cost,

Employee to provide black pants and footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Skoki Lodge Attendant - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                               Skoki Lodge Attendant

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal

Start Date:                            TBC

Reports to:                           Lodge Manager

Job Description:

Reporting to theSkoki Manager, the role of Skoki Lodge Attendant is to be a ‘jack of all trades’ while delivering a high quality level of service.

Job Location:

Skoki Lodge is a backcountry lodge located in the high alpine of Banff National Park. At an elevation of 7,100 feet (2,164 meters) the lodge is only accessible by hiking or skiing the 11km trail that begins at the Lake Louise Ski Resort.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that all bedrooms and public rooms are serviced and cleaned daily by performing general housekeeping duties including; dusting, vacuuming, changing linens and emptying garbage and recycling etc.
  • Chopping wood
  • Ensure a positive guest experience through interaction & satisfaction
  • Communicate regularly with the Skoki Manager to ensure the overall success of the establishment
  • Help to ensure the cleanliness and sanitation of all cookware, flatware, small wares, glassware, and cutlery
  • Be readily available at all times to deal with problems or complaints.
  • Provide friendly, efficient & professional table service to our guests
  • Organize and maintain cleanliness of dish room

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Must be in good physical shape, as position involves skiing 11 km (each way) to and from the lodge, on a fortnightly basis
  • Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally at all times
  • Able to respond quickly in a dynamic and changing environment
  • Service oriented, assertive, flexible, outgoing and enthusiastic
  • Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Able to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Outdoor enthusiast with the ability to work long hours when required
  • Strong communication skills with a second language considered an asset
  • Highly flexible with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Self motivated, with high energy and an engaging level of enthusiasm

Work Schedule:

10 days on / 4 days off

Dress Code:

Personal dress as described at time of interview

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Winter Bus Host/Greeter (No Staff Accommodation) - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Bus Host

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is not provided

Employment Period:          November 1st, 2018 – Early May, 2019          

Reports to:                           Transportation Manager

Job Description:

The Bus Host is responsible for the transport and comfort of guests from Banff & Lake Louise hotels to the Lake Louise ski resort. Bus hosts will be required to ensure all guests have a valid bus pass or take payments for one way/round trip bus fares. The successful candidate will have proven customer service experience and understand the importance of providing an exceptional guest experience whilst travelling to and from the resort.   

Job Responsibilities:

  • To assist in organizing morning bus numbers, take payments, load skis and snow board equipment on to the buses. 
  • Must be able to efficiently answer guest questions regarding snow conditions, weather, resort facilities, etc and provide excellent customer service. 
  • Bus Hosts will also assist with Special Event functions that include Skier Receptions, Familiarization Tours, Promotional Evenings and events that are coordinated at the Lake Louise Ski Resort by the Banff Office. 

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Friendly and outgoing personality
  • Customer service oriented
  • Enthusiasm for winter pursuits
  • Good organizational skills
  • Able to work early morning shifts
  • Able to work with minimal supervision
  • Proven sales experience and responsible with money
  • Can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Ability to deal with a broad range of people & departments
  • A friendly and professional manner
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

Work Schedule:

5 days on/2 days off

Dress Code:

To be discussed at time of interview

 

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Winter Cook F&B - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Cook

Employment Status:           Full - Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          Early November - December 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                           Chef De Partie and Sous Chef

Job Description:

Qualified candidates will have a working knowledge of standard kitchen equipment and its uses. A working knowledge of stocks, sauces, butchering & standard cooking techniques such as grilling, frying, sautéing, poaching, smoking and any other cooking medium needed to execute all types of cuisine. A general knowledge of all ingredients to be utilized in their area of work and knowledge of all health and sanitation practices. 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Ensures all food is prepared on clean surfaces (and with clean utensils). Ensure at all time their stations are clean and kept to department standards.
  • Ensures food quality and presentation meets LLSR Culinary Department standards prior to being served. Station responsibilities must be monitored at all times.
  • Ensures all items prepared on their work station are presented in accordance with departmental specifications.
  • Receive and put away any and all product on delivery.
  • Provide assistance to all members of the kitchen as requested in a timely & positive manner.
  • Ensure that assigned work station is ready for service.
  • Abides by all sanitation policies and communicate with the Sous chefs and Chef De Parte when equipment is not functioning properly, if assistance is needed or food pars are low or out.
  • Must maintain a positive, helpful and upbeat attitude towards fellow employee’s and guests. Treats guests and co-associates with courtesy and respect.
  • At their assigned station at all times and reports to manager before departing work area.
  • Know and follow all basic culinary standards, executing proper knife skills, cooking techniques, food safety procedures, culinary terms, positive dialog with guests.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Must be able to lift, push, pull and move food, equipment, supplies, etc., in excess of 40-50 pounds.
  • Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment
  • Must be able to tolerate areas with extreme high and low temperatures
  • Energetic and self –motivated with a willingness to learn new skills
  • 3-5 years’ experience in a professional kitchen
  • Formal culinary training is an asset
  • Some positions require beginner to intermediate skiing/snowboarding ability and gear
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which will be provided

Employee to provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Cook's Helper - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Cook’s Helper

Employment Status:           Full - Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          Early November - December 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                           Chef De Partie orSous Chef

Job Decription:

The successful candidate will assist the cooksby keeping all kitchen areas clean and organized, as well as performing a variety of food preparation tasks as assigned.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Wash and clean utensils and dishes, return to the kitchen and make sure they are stored appropriately
  • Clean food preparation equipment, floors and other kitchen tools or areas
  • Clean up spillages when they occur and dispose of garbage
  • Ensure proper use of chemical/cleaning products and ensure they are stored appropriately
  • Assist in the preparation and cooking of food, as required
  • Maintaining established standards and safe food handling practices

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Must be able to lift, push, pull and move food, equipment, supplies, etc., in excess of twenty-five (25) pounds
  • Basic cooking knowledge is preferred
  • The following courses would be an asset: WHIMIS, FOOD SAFE
  • Follow kitchen policies, procedures and service standards
  • Ability to multi task effectively with a variety of tasks and assigned duties
  • Must be able to work with minimum supervision
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast paced environment
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time (for up to 8 hours)
  • Must be able to work in both hot (behind cooking line) and cold (fridge/freezer) environments
  • Must have good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A police background check, from your home country or province, will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On/2 Days Off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which is provided

Employee to provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Dishwasher - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Dishwasher

Employment Status:           Full - Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          Early November – December 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                           Chef De Partie and Sous Chef

Job Description:

To provide fast and effective cleaning of all kitchen utensils, dishware, glassware and pots. The dishwasher is also responsible for ensuring all kitchen areas are cleaned and sanitation levels are in accordance with health and safety policies and procedures.   

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the cleanliness and sanitation of all cookware, flatware, small wares, glassware, and cutlery
  • Organize and maintain cleanliness of dish room as well as inventory measures
  • Flexibility with scheduled shifts
  • Practice safe handling of all chemicals
  • Monitor chemical levels and dish machine temperature to ensure sanitary wash cycle
  • Ensure all OH&S practices and policies are being followed
  • Report any OH&S issues to the Sous Chef

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Highly organized & detail oriented
  • Self motivated, can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Ability to work under pressure and in a humid environment
  • Good physical condition is required as this position may entail standing for long periods of time and heavy lifting
  • Complete other tasks as assigned
  • A Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days Off – Business level dependent

Dress Code:

Kitchen uniform (jacket and pants) which will be provided

Employee to provide non-slip grease resistant footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Ski Patrol Dispatch - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                              Ski Patrol Dispatch

Employment Status:           Seasonal Full-time – staff accommodation provided

Employment Period:          October, 2018 – Early May, 2019

Reports to:                          Patrol Supervisor

Job Description:

The responsibility of the dispatcher is to communicate with, and relay information to LLSR ski patrollers regarding all injury and emergency related situations that occur at the Lake Louise Ski Resort. The ideal candidate will possess extensive knowledge of the Lake Louise Ski Resort and surrounding terrain. Strongorganization and multi tasking skills are required to excel in this role. Administrative responsibilities include but are not limited to the reporting and documentation of accidents and injury times, accident investigations, WCB related injuries, resort areas closures and the distribution of daily department / companywide snow reports.  

Job Responsibilities:

  • Monitors two radio channels at all times, answering accident calls, relaying information and ensuring radio protocol is observed.
  • Answers a main 7 line telephone, receiving accident reports, taking messages and transferring calls and information to the appropriate people.
  • Dispatching emergency services: activating EMS, Park Wardens, Village Medical Clinic and Rescue Teams for lift evacuations, avalanches, etc.
  • Recording all radio transmissions regarding accidents and times, accident investigations, area openings and closings, uncontrolled lift stoppages, fires, lift evacuations, and avalanche rescues.
  • Recording patrol run checks, grooming board updates, sled usage, toboggan cache counts per area on the mountain.
  • Communicate between Ski Area Staff and other agencies, such as the Parks Service, EMS and Doctors.  Liaise between 911 Dispatch and our Patrol
  • Organizing cat escorts and/or transportation to skiers and boarders that require assistance
  • Facilitate inter-departmental communications via phone and radio
  • Distribution of Avalanche Reports and A/C openings to the lodges and collecting mail and snow reports from Customer Service daily.
  • Filing all accident reports on a daily basis
  • Inputting all accident statistics, accident investigations, other statistical data, times, and skier counts (from network web page) into the computer into excel spreadsheets on a weekly basis.
  • Other duties as assigned by Patrol Supervisor

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Must possess extensive knowledge of the Lake Louise Ski Resort terrain and operations
  • First Aid and CPR knowledge an asset
  • Strong problem solving skills and exceptional organization skills
  • Self motivated, can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Advanced skiing/snowboarding ability preferred
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and database management
  • A positive attitude, pleasant personality, good ethical and communication skills, combined with the ability and willingness to enforce policies and procedures in a professional manner.

 

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Winter Co-Op Attendant - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                                Co-op Attendant

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is provided

Employment Period:          Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports to:                           Housing Manager

Job Description:

The Coop Attendant will operate a staff focused grocery store that is an essential service to the health, wellbeing and happiness of our employees while residing in staff housing. Responsibilities associated with the position include assisting with stock placement and merchandising, maintaining general cleanliness throughout the store and ensuring a positive employee experience.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Sell merchandise to customers
  • Ensure that steps are taken to ensure the health and safety of customers and staff
  • Ensure accuracy in all transactions, inventory, and procedures
  • Stock and face grocery products according to department procedures
  • Generate sales and up sell, when possible
  • Replace used stock, face and rotate current stock and ensure satisfactory inventory levels.
  • Engage and interact with customers to create a positive shopping experience

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Previous retail experience is an asset
  • Previous cash handling experience is required
  • Flexibility with scheduled shifts
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to balance the needs of customers, staff, maintenance, tenants, and outside interests
  • Knowledge of food safety

Work Schedule:

5 days on/2 days off

Dress Code:

Uniform shirt provided at cost, black pants in accordance with appearance standards

 

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Winter Janitor F&B - posted August 15th 2018

Position:                             Janitor

Employment Status:          Seasonal Full-time – staff accommodation provided

Employment Period:          Early November – December 2018  – Early May, 2019

Reports to:                         Lodge Supervisor

Job Description:

The main role of our janitorial staff is to ensure the safe and effective sanitation of the base lodge areas and facilities. Janitorial duties will include but are not limited to sweeping, mopping, garbage disposal and cleaning of washrooms. The janitor will be responsible for ensuring that all required tasks are completed thoroughly, on time, and with minimal supervision. 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all common areas, public spaces and washrooms were serviced and cleaned daily by performing general janitorial duties such as sweeping, mopping, correctly sanitizing benches and countertops and garbage disposal.
  • Clean and disinfect bathrooms including toilets, sinks mirrors and floors
  • Replenish toilet tissue and soap as needed
  • Remove trash and recycling
  • Ensure cleaning materials and supplies are stored in a safe and orderly manner
  • Maintain an adequate supply of cleaning materials and supplies
  • Restock materials and supplies as needed
  • Assist with bussing duties in lodges during high volume periods
  • Maintain and stock product to established par levels
  • Dealt with customer inquiries in a professional and timely manner
  • Snow shoveling was required at times to assist with maintaining hazard free entries and exits in to day lodge
  • Deliver a variety of product & items on the property and within the village of Lake Louise itself
  • Continued commitment to high standards of service, exceeding customer expectations

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Highly organized & detail oriented
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Punctuality and reliability is essential
  • Exceptional time management skills required
  • Self motivated, can work well in a team as well as independently
  • Must be in excellent physical condition, heavy lifting required
  • Ability to deal with a broad range of people & departments
  • 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)
  • International driving license (obtained before arrival in Canada)

Work Schedule:

5days on/2 days off

Must be willing to work day, evening and overnight shifts

Dress Code:

Uniform shirt which is provided at cost, black pants and footwear in accordance with appearance policy

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Winter Daycare Attendant Lvl 2 & 3 - posted August 6th 2018

Position:                                Daycare Attendant – Level 2 or Level 3 Certification

Employment Status:           Full Time Seasonal – Staff accommodation is available

Employment Period:          Early November 2018 – Early May 2019

Reports To:                           Daycare Supervisor & Manager                                                                           

Job Description:

The Chocolate Moose Park – Daycare at The Lake Louise Ski Resort is a licensed drop in centre serving our skier families and avid recreationists from all over the world. The primary responsibility of a Daycare Attendant is to ensure an enjoyable and safe stay for the children at The Lake Louise Ski Resort Daycare. The attendant will build positive and respectful relationships with children and parents and ensure that equipment and facilities are clean, safe and well maintained. 

Job Responsibilities:

 

  • Plan and implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in the daycare
  • Ensure equipment and the facility are clean, well maintained and safe at all times
  • Be familiar with emergency procedures
  • Ensure children are supervised at all times
  • Prepare nutritious snacks and lunches
  • Develop & maintain good customer relations with families enrolling children.
  • Clearly and effectively communicate in a manner that children understand

 

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally at all times.
  • The ability to be calm and enjoy yourself in a hectic environment
  • Able to work efficiently as part of a team as well as independently.
  • High level of sound and independent judgment, reasoning, and discretion
  • Must be energetic, resourceful and friendly
  • Cash handling experience
  • First Aid certification is required
  • Background in Childcare and Early Education is essential
  • Level 2 or 3 Alberta Certification in Child Development is required (workers and supervisors)
  • Strong communication skills and a second language is considered an asset
  • All International applicants must have proof of Canada-approved medical examination and clearance in order to be considered for this position
  • A Vulnerable Sector Police Background Check from your home country or province will be required upon commencement of employment

Work Schedule:

5 Days On / 2 Days Off

Dress Code:

Uniform shirt is provided at cost, you provide black pants and footwear in accordance with appearance policy.

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