Why is Okemo a great place to work?
Okemo is family operated and has been for over 30 years! We are passionate, caring, and dedicated! Okemo has the best snow conditions, award winning guest service, a great team environment, Southern Vermont's highest vertical drop, 96% snowmaking coverage, and awesome benefits like free skiing and riding, food, retail and rental equipment discounts and more! During the summer months, we have our Adventure Zone, Evolution Bike Park and golf courses for outdoor enthusiasts. We have been selected for the Vermont 2014 & 2015 Best Places to Work award!
Is Okemo Mountain Resort currently accepting applications?
Yes, we are accepting applications. For more information about the positions we will have available, please contact the Human Resources Department at 802-228-1963, e-mail email@example.com, check the current employment opportunities on our website, and follow us on Twitter: @okemojobs
What position should I apply for at Okemo Mountain Resort?
In many ways Okemo is like a small town. We have many departments, all doing very different kinds of work. Give thought to the following questions before applying for a position:
- Do I enjoy being inside or outside?
- Do I enjoy interacting with other people or do I prefer being behind the scenes?
- Do I want to work days? Nights? Full-time? Part-time?
- Do I have specific skills that I hope to use in my job?
If upon completion of the Employment Application you are selected for an interview, please be prepared to ask any questions you have related to the position or Okemo in general.
Does Okemo have any full-time year round positions available?
Please check our job postings listed on the employment page for current employment opportunities, where you can search specific to full-time year round positions.
Does Okemo have a grooming policy?
Yes, all employees are required to present themselves in a clean, well-groomed, and professional manner. For specific details regarding our grooming guidelines, please be sure to inquire by contacting the Human Resources department at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also review the Okemo Culture link under the employment section of www.okemo.com. Okemo's Grooming Policy covers hair, jewelry, tattoos, beards, moustaches & goatees, clothing, footwear, and personal hygiene. You must be willing to adhere to these standards should you be hired for a position.
How do I apply for a position at Okemo Mountain Resort?
An online application is located under the employment section of the website. Please note, all required fields must be completed when submitting the online application. Additionally, you may submit a resume to email@example.com. However, a resume submittal is not considered in place of the employment application. All online applications go directly to the Human Resources Department where they are processed. If you prefer to have a paper copy application sent to you, request through the Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-228-1963 to have an application mailed to the address you provide.
Okemo also has an annual Job Fair in October where hiring managers are present to meet with applicants and discuss current employment opportunities. We hold additional jobs fairs as needed. Our job fairs are the best opportunity for applicants to speak to several hiring managers and learn about available positions. Walk-ins are accepted at the Administration Office. Hours are as follows:
- Summer (May – October): Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
- Winter (opening day to closing day): Seven days a week, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
How do I check the status of my application?
You can check the status of your application via e-mail at email@example.com or by calling the Human Resources Department at 802-228-1963.
Do I need to complete more than one application per season, or complete an application for each position I am interested in?
You only need to fill out one application per season (i.e. summer or winter of each year) for all positions. The employment application provides the opportunity to list three choices for position applying for. If you are interested in a new opening and have already filled out an application, call the Human Resources Department at 802-228-1963 to update your application.
As an employee of Okemo Mountain Resort, what benefits are available to me?
Okemo has many great resort benefits for our staff in addition to a great work environment. Benefits depend on the status of your employment. General resort benefits include the following: COMPETITIVE WAGES WITH OVERTIME, 401k RETIREMENT SAVINGS PLAN, FOOD DISCOUNTS, STAFF DAY CARE FACILITY, FREE SKIING & RIDING, DISCOUNT TICKET PURCHASE PROGRAM, SNOWSPORTS SHOP RETAIL DISCOUNTS, CHILDRENS' PROGRAM DISCOUNTS, FREE RENTAL EQUIPMENT & REPAIR SHOP DISCOUNTS, FREE LESSONS WITH OUR SKI + RIDE SCHOOL, AREA MERCHANT DISCOUNTS, RECIPROCAL SKIING/RIDING AT MOUNT SUNAPEE IN NH AND CRESTED BUTTE MOUNTAIN RESORT IN CO, EMPLOYEE PARTIES & RECOGNITION AWARDS, EMPLOYEE & DEPENDENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS, SAFETY INCENTIVE CASH REWARD PROGRAM, CHRISTMAS DAY TICKET PROGRAM, DIFFERENCE DOLLARS, EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAYS, REFERRAL BONUS PROGRAM AND MORE!
Does Okemo Mountain Resort provide housing for employees?
We have a Housing Referral List of rental properties in the area that we provide as a resource to our employees. Copies of the Housing Referral List are provided in the Administrative Office and are available starting in mid-September. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The classified section of the following local newspapers list rental properties in the surrounding Ludlow area: www.rutlandherald.com, http://www.eagletimes.com, classifieds.vnews.com and www.thevermontstandard.com/classifieds. Note – housing opportunities in Ludlow can be limited. Based on this, it is beneficial to look for housing in some of the surrounding towns including Mt. Holly, Plymouth, Proctorsville, Cavendish, Chester and Springfield.
Does Okemo sponsor work visas?
Sponsorships are very limited, please check with us each June to determine availability.
Is Okemo Mountain Resort accessible via public transportation?
Yes, The Current, a transit operated out of Bellows Falls, VT has stops on a daily basis in Bellows Falls, Chester, Springfield, Proctorsville and Ludlow. It picks up and drops off at Okemo beginning the day after Thanksgiving through the first week of April. Active Okemo employees riding to and from work may do so at no cost, provided you present your season pass/employee ID to the driver. When riding The Current, please be courteous and respectful at all times. Note: The pick-up and drop-off times for this transit are designed to accommodate the resort operation. For more information please visit crtransit.org.