Slope Groomer II

Banff Sunshine
March 14, 2020
Banff, Canada
Job Type
Job Board Website


What can you expect?

Slope Groomer II provides an outstanding experience for our guests by reshaping the ski runs to create a positive memorable skiing/boarding experience for our guest’s by “laying down corduroy” for the next day.

This job might be right for you if you think you would really enjoy:

  • Perform pre start inspections; shut down procedures and complete all required
  • documentation.
  • Working mostly at nights pushing snow from areas of accumulation to areas that need
  • coverage, working in the terrain parks, as well as hauling, moving or repositioning equipment
  • Operating snow grooming machinery in a safe and competent manner to compact new
  • snowfall; maintain, rebuild, and renovate the more difficult- steeper slopes
  • Report all incidents and near misses immediately to your shift supervisor; this includes all injury accidents, close calls, property damage, or other reportable incidents
  • Adhere to all Corporate policies and procedures and all Maintenance standard operating procedures for the safe operation and proper maintenance of all vehicles
  • Perform clearing and snow accumulation maintenance of buildings entrances, lift terminals (load/unload), Gondola terminals or other areas, as and when required
  • Develop and maintain a positive working relationships with all departments
  • Ability to identify improper, inadequate, or poor quality grooming and how that might relate to risk management issues
  • Understand and strive toward departmental goals and objectives as laid out by Supervisors
  • Ability to follow instruction that comes from the daily meetings or is written in the Grooming List for the shift; report all short-comings with explanation
  • Keep your assigned cat clean and tidy for the next operator
  • Identify, contain, mitigate and report all fuel leaks according to the Fuel Management Program
  • Complete general maintenance to machines before, during or after shift including but not limited to changing: lights, grouser bars, track guides and tires
  • Ability to identify improper, inadequate, or poor quality grooming and how that might relate to risk management issues

And you have:

  • Mountain operation experience and/or heavy equipment operation experience
  • Has approximately 3000-3500 hours in a grooming machine
  • Mechanically inclined
  • Clean and valid driver’s license
  • Self-motivated, responsible and open minded
  • Capable to work alone or with others
  • Able to work AM or PM shifts and odd hours as required
  • Physically healthy and enjoys skiing or snowboarding
  • Proficient in grooming intermediate and advanced terrain
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