Lift Operator (Former Employee) – Vail, CO – July 18, 2018
This isn't the kind of job you take in order to fill your bank account. You will be compensated for your time enough to pay bills and get by but the real payment comes in the form clear blue skies and champagne powder.
Atención en primera línea a los "guest" (Former Employee) – Keystone, CO – July 19, 2018
Vail resorts, es una empresa grande en los USA , por lo cual está en el rubro de turismo especialmente en la zona de las Montañas, en este trabajo me permitió conocer acerca de la cultura de la personas norteamericana en las montañas.
Lift Operator (Former Employee) – Breckenridge, CO – July 13, 2018
If you enjoy snowboarding a lot and have a passion for the winter then this job is for you. The holidays can get super busy and get chaotic at times, however you just need to remind yourself where your at and breathe.
Cook (Former Employee) – Golden Peak – July 2, 2018
I worked in the kitchen but then I got to interact with ski instructors as they are placing their order inside the kitchen. I learned some of the basic things done in the kitchen. It was fun and tiring as well especially during busy hours.
Employee discounts on partner companies, have an employee housing, discounts in getting bus passes
Senior Coordinator Leasing Agent (Current Employee) – Avon, CO – June 29, 2018
I love Customer Service, I like to greet and help out any person that comes in through our office. I answer phones, file,sign leasing license s,general office work. I enjoy interacting with students from all over the world, and learn and adapt to their cultures.Hardest part of the job is to evict a tenant.The most enjoyable part of job is being able to accomplish a couple of things during the day and helping our tenants or clients on what they need.
We get ski pass for the year
I wish they would include zip lines for free for vail resort employee day.
Grooming Analyst (Current Employee) – South Lake Tahoe, CA – June 18, 2018
Working for vail resorts really depends on your boss. Some resorts have tons of fun and awesome staff. Others have horrible bosses that are no fun (at least in the corporate world). You get a ski pass and if you have a cool boss you get to ski whenever. But if your boss sucks then good luck trying to get out to ski.
Great to be able to enjoy the mountains but not worth it in the end
Technician (Former Employee) – Keystone, CO – June 17, 2018
I worked full time with a super specialized skillset in an entry level job. It was a great job for what it was, only problem is that I was led to believe I could turn it into something more. After conversations with my manager, turns out they were making promises to me so I wouldn't leave. And, in fact I had no future there over base pay. If you have good skills, I'd caution you invest them elsewhere, because management would rather replace you than value you. And that's the higher up mentality and it trickles down to the mid level management and so on. Think of it as a good starting out job in Colorado, with benefits and a ski pass, but just watch out for yourself and use it how they've designed it. A stepping stone to move on quickly.
Good atmosphere with relatively relaxed environment, access to nature, benefits
Management, Pay, Cost of living in the area where jobs are concentrated
Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – June 14, 2018
If you're fresh out of college looking to gain some experience in the work place, Vail Resorts is a good starting point. If you're looking to move up within the company or are already established in your career, this isn't the place for you.
Fun work environment
Poor Management and hard to move up in the company
Great place to work if you want to be broke and stoned
Operator (Current Employee) – Vail, CO – June 9, 2018
The pay is sub par, and refered to as the "vail scale", expect to make half of what a job is worth. Most skilled people leave due to low pay and frustration of working with idiots. The turn over is very high and most people don't have the experience to know what they are doing
Vail Resorts in general is a very poor place to work. This corportion takes advantage of young people. Expect the world for very little in return.
Administrative Assistant - (Former Employee) – South Lake Tahoe, CA – June 9, 2018
Management is disrespectful to staff. The working conditions a very poor. The buildings are old and unsafe. Vail Resorts is only interested in the share holders. The take advantage of young people who have no where else to work in communities that are usually resort areas.
only two paid holidays per year. Stressfull accross the entire company
Business Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – June 6, 2018
Vail Resorts was an awesome company to work for. Although I only spent 2 months there as a summer intern, I learned a ton while also being treated as a member of the team. If you like an exciting, challenging, team oriented workplace, Vail Resorts is the place for you!