Ski pass makes everything worth it.
Good health insurance and pAid time off to volunteer. Inflexible working hours
Time off can be hard to come by during the busy season, but the teams of people you work with are fun and challenging. The benefits are pretty good for the Roaring fork valley - full ski pass is nice - take advantage of it.
You receive a season ski pass and discounts on ski equipment and clothing.
Great 401K package, free skiing, decent insurance
Individual health insurance costs over $200/month, which I couldn't afford on my low hourly wage. Their argument for paying low wages is that you get a free 7-day ski pass and two weeks vacation a year (only for full time year-round employees). There are no paid holidays, but there are 7 personal days you can use at any time. However, if Christmas, Thanksgiving, or any other holiday falls on a weekday, you will have to use a "personal day" just to take off. I was sick once for three days but did not go to the doctor. Upon return, they informed me that because I didn't have a doctor's note, I would only be paid for two days and not the third day. I guess I should have just come to work sick!
They have a great healthcare program.
You get a lot of vacation hrs per year, 2 weeks of sick pay, 1 week of personal days, free ski pass on 4 mountains, free lift for mountain biking during the summer and very good ensurance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.