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Welcome to the jobs page at Mt. Hood Skibowl and Collins Lake Resorts. We are thrilled you have visited our site, and we look forward to connecting with you about future employment.
We are a year-round resort, offering an ever-growing selection of recreational, dining and lodging opportunities.
Our Skibowl family includes Skibowl West, Skibowl East (Multorpor), Collins Lake Resort, the Grand Lodge, the Ratskeller, the High Mountain Café and Bakery, and Mt. Hood Adventures (recreation concierge services).
We take great pride in our environment, our products and services and the people who make up the Skibowl family. Our corporate values are based in respect. Respect for the environment, for our guests and for one another.
If you enjoy being part of a high-performance team and you’re not afraid to work hard and play hard, we want to hear from you.
To find out more, including current openings, click HERE.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Our SUMMER SEASON begins in mid-May, although summer hiring begins in April with our SUMMER JOB FAIR. Our summer season runs from May through fall (opening and closing dates depend on the snowmelt); with our transition to winter happening sometime in October with the WINTER JOB FAIR.
Our WINTER SEASON begins in mid-November, although winter hiring begins in October with our WINTER JOB FAIR. Our winter season runs from November through spring (opening and closing dates depend on the snowfall); with our transition to summer happening sometime in May with our SUMMER JOB FAIR.
While camping has always been an option for our employees, a lack of responsible stewardship on behalf of employee campers in recent years has driven the Forest Service to request that employees of the ski areas on Mt. Hood no longer camp as a housing option. While, technically, it is still legal to camp long-term, you MUST keep your camp site clean and obey ALL regulations regarding use of our National Forest Lands. Employees who do not respect these regulations will be held fully accountable and financially responsible for any damages to the camp site area. For more information about camping in our local Forests, click HERE.
There are actually numerous ‘villages’ which make up the HOODLAND corridor along highway 26 from Sandy to Government Camp. These villages include; Cherryville, Alder Creek, Brightwood, Wildwood, Wemme, Welches, Zig Zag, and Rhododendron. In each of these villages you can find seasonal or year-round rentals. Two good places to find local rentals are through our local newspaper The Mountain Times or by searching the web through sites like Trulia or Rent.com.
The HR department at Skibowl (located on the third floor of the Ratskeller restaurant) has a rideshare program where employees can offer-up rides for a small daily donation for gas. This helps to minimize the number of vehicles on the road and helps our staff get to and from work economically. For more information on ride sharing, contact the HR office at 503-272-3206 ext. 1106 or by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mt. Hood Express provides daily bus services between Gresham and Government Camp. Many employees use the Express as their regular commute to work. The bus has many stops in Government Camp, including Skibowl West, downtown and the Summit Apartments. Schedules vary by the season. The Express also links to Portland’s transportation network.
Skibowl pays on a bi-weekly (every two week) basis. Our payroll provider is Paycom. Employees can pick-up their paychecks from their supervisors in their departments any time after 2pm on payday. Checks which are not picked-up will be mailed to the address on file by the following Monday. If returned, they are placed in the employee’s personnel file and a notice is sent to the employee. Skibowl adheres to all BOLI regulations regarding final and last pay. We offer free direct deposit of your pay or access to a direct-deposit (pay) credit card through Sole Paycard. Paychecks are not cashed by Skibowl under any circumstances.
Employees are expected to both clock-in at the time clock and sign-in on a sign-in sheet. This is to protect YOU. If you forget to clock-in, we can still locate and post your work shift from the sign-in sheet, and visa-versa.
The closest bank is located in Welches (Clackamas County Bank). There is a Wells Fargo and a US Bank in Sandy.
The weather and temperatures on Mt. Hood range dramatically from season to season. If you will be coming to Oregon in the summer, plan on warm temperatures (60-high-90s) and in the winter, prepare for the cold (zero – 50) Fahrenheit.
Your best friends in the winter months will be a good, sturdy, water-proof pair of boots, warm socks, a warm, tight-weave hat, dry gloves and a heavily insulated jacket. Uniform shirts, jackets, vests and jackets will be issued to you upon attending orientation, but we ask that you not wear these items when you are not on duty. In addition, these items will need to be returned at the end of the work season.
Come Join The Best Team On Mt. Hood Today!
We’re super excited to see mountain snow in the forecast! Unfortunately, the timing of the snowfall has been very unsettled and moving around a bit. As we approach the weekend, temperatures are now predicted to rise throughout the day on Saturday with heavy rain forecasted for Sunday.
Given those circumstances, we have made the very tough decision to suspend operations for this weekend, December 2nd and 3rd with the primary focus on snow management and preservation. Our teams will be actively farming the snow as it’s falling throughout the storm in an effort to deepen our base prior to any rainfall we may experience.
****Please Note: Ticket sales for future dates have not yet been released.
We’ll provide an update for advanced tubing sales next Wednesday at noon.