Ski Patrol Level II

Ski Patrol Level II

Mount Washington Alpine Resort
December 19, 2018
Courtenay, Canada
Job Type
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• Occupational First Aid Level III unrestricted ticket, or Outdoor Emergency Care
• AED, Entonox, Sager and CPR-C certification
• WCB Blasting Certificate; Safety Fuse Avalanche Control and hand bombing
• Canadian Avalanche Association Ski Operations Level 1
• Strong rope handling skills
• First Aid experience
• Advanced Alpine skier, snow boarder or telemark skier in all snow conditions and terrain
• Proficient operation of snowmobile
• Strong toboggan handling and teaching skills
• Minimum 4 years as pro patrol or applicable experience
• Knowledge of Mount Washington ski area
• High level of physical fitness and able to work in all weather conditions
• Self-motivated
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Able to take direction

• Perform all duties assigned by the Patrol Supervisor or Assistant Supervisor
• Perform to applicable WSBC standards and regulations
• Work and train with the volunteer Patrol in a respectful and friendly manner
• First aid to both guests & staff
• Risk management, hazard recognition and marking
• Lift evacuation
• Assist in avalanche control on Alpine ski equipment
• Assist in search and rescue
• Snowmobile operation and safety
• Weather observation and reporting
• Instruct in all areas of ski patrol work as assigned by the Patrol Supervisor
• Participate in Avalanche rescue
• Required to ski or snowboard to or from work sites (after evaluation by qualified personnel)

• Mountain dispatch
• Assist in Safe Slope duties as required
• Public relations
• Attend Mount Washington sponsored Orientation session
• Adhere to Mount Washington Standard Operating Procedures
• To be dependable, timely and cooperative

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