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SB - Parking Attendant - Winter Seasonal - Full Time

Parking Attendants will be responsible for making sure traffic areas are safe. Will be expected to provide snow removal, assist Base Area Services, Security, Facilities and other projects as assigned.

Detailed job description, including responsibilities, work performed, tools or equipment used, etc.: Manage parking lots efficiently by ensuring that parking areas are safe Provide traffic control of vehicles entering and leaving parking lots, ensuring safe, steady flow, and pedestrian safety Clean-up after shift is over, assist with litter control Provide snow removal and ice build-up prevention around in and around parking lots Assist base area services, security, facilities with other projects as assigned Provide excellent Guest Services (i. e. resort Information, directions, etc.) Solve on the spot guest issues. Compliance with all company policies and procedures as well as any regulatory requirements Other duties, as assigned

Minimum skills, experience, and education required for this job: High school graduate or GED preferred Work independently, without supervision Interact and maintain positive relationships with guests, co-workers and management consistent with Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation s Service Excellence standards Physical Requirements: Must be minimum 18 years of age Sit for long periods of time Communicate clearly in English, utilizing all available forms of communication. (Verbal / non-verbal, written). Lift and carry up to 50 lbs. (snow removal, Icemelt, cases of ticket stock) Bend, and lift heavy snow on days requiring snow removal

Miscellaneous information: This is a hourly non-exempt position and is subject to overtime pay Position is required to work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed Employment for this job is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check Shifts worked are 6am - 12:30pm and 12pm - 8pm

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation is an equal opportunity employer



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