Gore Mountain invites you to join our team, offering full and part-time positions in several departments.
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Sell lift tickets, season passes, frequent skier products and lessons, answer phones, and must have excellent customer service skills. Requires knowledge of computers and Gore Mountain.
Lift Operators & Lift Attendants
Provide guests with safe, efficient, and courteous loading and unloading of lifts. Attendants are responsible for maintaining ramps as well as scanning season passes and lift tickets.
Terrain Park Attendants
Maintain terrain park features as well as working with mountain operations.
Ski & Snowboard Instructors
Teach both children and adults to ski and snowboard. Click to learn more about our Instructor Training Course on November 30-December 1!
Adaptive Ski & Snowboard Instructors
Teach both children and adults with disabilities to ski and snowboard. Click to learn more about our Instructor Training Course on November 30-December 1!
Offer guests information and assistance, such as the location of ticket sales desks and rental shop, trail locations, lesson times, etc., to help them have a great experience on the mountain. Join our Mountain Host clinic on December 7, 9am-Noon (location TBD). Meet our staff and learn the job responsibilities for being a Mountain Host!
Provide care to children ages 6 months to 6 years in our Bear Cub Den Daycare, while their parents are out on the slopes.
Groom trails and operate snowcats, primarily at night. Heavy equipment experience preferred, knowledge of skiing/riding and ski slopes needed.
Check snowmaking equipment (valves, water lines, etc.) and reposition snow guns on the mountain. Knowledge of ski trails needed.
Gore Mountain Ski Area is hiring for a Pump House Operator. This position entails monitoring water pumps, air compressors and snow production equipment. We provide the computer tracking system and you provide excellent communication to other snowmaking staff by radio and phone. Other administrative tasks include data entry and checklists. No previous snowmaking production experience necessary. This position is part of the snowmaking team.
Parking Lot Supervisor
Supervise and train parking staff. Oversee and coordinate the parking department at the resort. This department involves the safe and smooth flow of traffic up and down the road, directing traffic and safely position vehicles to park. Also includes snow removal.
Parking Lot Attendants
Looking for people that enjoy being outside and possess a helpful personality! This position involves the safe and smooth flow of traffic up and down the road, directing traffic and safely position vehicles to park.
Shuttle Bus Operators
Transport our guests from parking lots to Lodges or North Creek Ski Bowl. Must have a valid driver license with a minimum of CDL Class B.
Building Maintenance Workers
Perform various light maintenance, labor and construction tasks, including shoveling snow and clearing walkways around base lodges. General maintenance background a plus.
Clean lodges and facilities, remove trash and recycling, and restock materials and as needed.
Gore Mountain offers a friendly work environment and is an equal opportunity employer. Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor's Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Centerplate positions available at Gore Mountain include:
Food Service Staff
Cooks, Cashiers, Servers, Bussers, Dishwashers
Pub & Restaurant Staff
Chef, Cooks, Bussers, Dishwashers
Gore Mountain Ski Area, an ORDA managed facility located north of Lake George, N.Y., is seeking a Motor Equipment Mechanic. The successful candidate will report to the Fleet Maintenance Department Supervisor and will be primarily responsible for all aspects of service, troubleshooting, repair, and preventive maintenance on Gore Mountain's vehicle fleet. Work will be performed on a wide array of equipment including hydrostatic snow grooming vehicles, various construction vehicles and equipment, light and heavy trucks, buses, snowmobiles, and ATVs. Diesel and gasoline engine experience is required for work on engines utilized in the fleet and on stationary equipment including air compressors and ski lifts. Excellent organizational skills and oral and written communication skills are required for reading machinery documentation, including prints and schematics, acquiring parts and communicating with vendors on technical information for troubleshooting and repair.
Minimum of four years of practical experience and/or documented completion of technical courses for the equipment found in Gore Mountain's fleet. Must have a valid driver's license.
Dependent upon skills, qualifications, and experience; participation in the New York State and Local Retirement Systems; as well as an excellent benefit package including health, dental, and vision insurances. Optional participation in NYS Deferred Compensation.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume with the Subject Line of "Gore General Mechanic Inquiry" to:
Gore Mountain Ski Area, PO Box 470, North Creek, NY 12853
FAX: (518) 251-5171