Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Vail Resorts
- Ski Instructor (7)
- Product Sales Agent (5)
- Guest Services (3)
- Human Resources Specialist (3)
- Reservations Agent (3)
- Marketing Coordinator (2)
- Human Resources Generalist (2)
- Cashier (2)
- Marketing Manager (2)
- REVENUE AUDITOR (2)
- Lift Operator (2)
- Manager (1)
- Tech Supervisor (1)
- Senior Associate Accountant (1)
- Lead Ticket Scanner (1)
- MAP Program (1)
- Front End Developer- Epicmix (1)
- IT Role (1)
- Chef Tournant (1)
- Barista - Starbucks (1)
- Equipment Lead Operator (1)
- Ski & Car Valet, Private Clubs (1)
- Canyons Snowboard Instructor (1)
- Youth Snowboard Instructor (1)
- Senior Specialist Online Marketing (1)
- Market Surveyor/PT (1)
- Beaver Creek Lift Operator (1)
- Activities and Dining Supervisor (1)
- TV8 Production Specialist (1)
- Snowboard Instructor (1)
Guest Services Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Vail Resorts (Squaw Valley, CA).
Applied online, initial telephone conversation, short in-person interview
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Other Interview Reviews for Vail Resorts
Guest Services InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 2 days – interviewed at Vail Resorts (Vail, CO) in August 2011.
Applied online and got a call to schedule a phone interview about 3 weeks later. Interview was pretty standard... "how would you deal with angry guests" ... "what are 3 adjectives that describe you" ... "what is your proudest moment/biggest accomplishment" ... "why do you feel you'd be the right candidate for Vail" etc. Guy interviewing sounded pretty relaxed, pretty easy to talk to.
Guest Services InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Vail Resorts (Keystone, CO) in November 2010.
Applied online and went through a quick phone interview. Told me they'd call me back the next day but it actually ended up taking about 4 days to get an in person interview. Be persistent or they are likely to forget about you. Once I got to the in person interview they asked really basic questions about my background and why I would be a good fit. Asked for a few examples of my work history and what I would like about working there. Nothing too difficult and no off the wall questions mostly just stuff from a script.
None, they have no room to give you anything but an existing position and pay. They have a preset offer already decided and if you don't take it you don't get the job.