Vail Resorts

Vail Resorts Jobs & Careers in Denver, CO

Hiring? Post a Job
123 job openings Back to all jobs

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
23 days ago

Rental Equipment Coordinator - Merchandising - VAIL RESORTS RETAIL

Vail Resorts Denver, CO +2 locations

Start a career with Vail Resorts Retail. Breckenridge and Keystone Sports are looking for a Ski/Bike Equipment Rental Coordinator. This is a… CareerBuilder

23 days ago

THE NORTH FACE - Assistant Store Manager

Vail Resorts Denver, CO

Commitment thru entire Winter Season, potential for year-round position. You will receive: FREE VAIL RESORTS SKI PASS Excellent Training Career… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Retail Buyer/Merchandise Manager - Vail Resorts Retail

Vail Resorts Aurora, CO

*The Retail Buyer/Merchandise Manager will fulfill assigned buying functions for 7 stores generating business through year round, seasonal and…

30+ days ago

Retail District Manager (Area Manager) - Bicycle Village

Vail Resorts Aurora, CO

include (but are not limited to):* * Partner with the Regional Manager to provide vision and leadership that result in exceptional performance of…

30+ days ago

Regional Retail Promotions Manager - Bicycle Village (VRR)

Vail Resorts Aurora, CO

Responsible for strategic planning, organizing, and communicating all aspects of special events, in store and remote promotions and community…

14 days ago

Experienced Bike Mechanic - Bicycle Village - Aurora, CO

Vail Resorts Denver, CO

Bicycle Village is Colorado's finest bike shop and an integral part of the Colorado cycling community. Our customers are a diverse cross-section of… Vail Resorts

30+ days ago

Database Marketing Analyst

Vail Resorts Broomfield, CO

* * Support database marketing and multichannel campaign management efforts (email, DM, mobile) for the season pass, mountain, hospitality, real…

22 hrs ago

Sales Lead - Golf Department - Colorado Ski & Golf – new

Vail Resorts Arvada, CO

Department Lead : Sales: Golf Department, Full-Time, Year Round Vail Resorts Retail Arvada, CO Experience of a Lifetime . More than just our mission… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Seasonal Revenue Auditor

Vail Resorts Broomfield, CO

*: * Complete & file revenue audit packs and keep within a specified period * Complete 50+ POS audits per day or as specified by supervisor…

30+ days ago

Web Developer

Vail Resorts Broomfield, CO

* * Work with Business and technology customers to design, build, test, and maintain internet applications for various VRI business units, including…

Vail Resorts Reviews

264 Reviews
264 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz
Rob Katz
178 Ratings

    Can't climb a corporate mountain with a sorry slope

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO

    I worked at Vail Resorts full-time (more than a year)


    Too interested in the "young" employee. Starbucks style lounge area, ski perks and office casual attire. There is lots of almost college enthusiasm in meetings - pep rally or frat style. More of a go to work and be one of the popular kids


    If you over 45 and are lucky to get hired, you might be in the mail room, a janitor or possibly a short term temp. Just don't look for your own kind...they aren't extinct yet, but there are not enough to make a ratio. Vail likes to hire from within, using seasonal positions as a guide. However, unless you meet their criteria, which would be expected in Google's offices sitting on a yoga ball (yes they do this) or walking the grounds for exercise, don't expect to stay long. For those who do stay past a year between general boredom, lack of appreciation or stimulation on both sides, longevity and satisfaction are the same as a snowfall and gone just as fast.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have a solid footprint in Colorado - improve it by looking at solid employees, regardless of their age or college degrees that may have been earned 30 years ago! It takes experience to ski your slopes, and to keep your company from a slippery slope it takes professional knowledge, experience and loyalty - THAT can not be found on someone still wet behind the years who thinks everyday is a party. Perks are nice and competitive salaries are great, but after a while a foundation built on youth can't stand the test of time. A true rethink is in order.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

Work at Vail Resorts? Share Your Experiences

Vail Resorts

Click to Rate