Vail Resorts Jobs & Careers in Colorado Springs, CO

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2 days ago

Assistant Manager/Sommelier- Vail Mnt Dining – new

Vail Resorts Colorado Springs, CO

Include (but are not limited to): • Design, organize, develop & maintain the entirety of the wine and bar programs at The 10th keeping COGS in… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Assistant Store Manager - Telluride Sports – new

Vail Resorts Colorado Springs, CO

• Generate sales, demonstrate and maintain a professional standard of guest service • Assist Store Manager in maintaining an enthusiastic and… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Store Manager : River Run Sports - Keystone – new

Vail Resorts Colorado Springs, CO

• Generate sales, and demonstrate and maintain a professional standard of guest service • Evaluate sales trends and create methods for sales… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Housekeeping Inspector - Keystone – new

Vail Resorts Colorado Springs, CO

Include: • Maintain a friendly and courteous demeanor at all times. • Visually inspect guest rooms and public space to ensure everything is… CareerBuilder


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    Four Year Seasonal Employee

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    Former Employee - Product Sales Agent  in  Vail, CO
    Former Employee - Product Sales Agent in Vail, CO

    I worked at Vail Resorts full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Living in Vail, CO is amazing! Every employee shares shares a passion for skiing or snowboarding and the mountain lifestyle and that creates a great community. As an employee some of the best perks are a free ski pass, half price food, ski locker at the base of the mountain, and tons of discounts on ski gear. Benefits are also good if you have enough hours to get them or are year round.

    Cons

    Pay sucks. It is expensive to live in a ski town and for lots of employees half or more of each months pay goes towards rent. Also, working seasonal jobs has major disadvantages. If you have health benefits through the company, you probably lose them for a few months out of the year, you might have significant amounts of time off, and you don't accumulate benefits like PTO. There is also very high turn over.

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    Offer more year round jobs to keep quality employees. What ultimately made me leave was wanting more stability and to not live paycheck to paycheck.

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