Outdoor Pursuits Guide (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – June 13, 2018
The yellowstone club was an amazing place to spend the winter teaching and working. It pays well and has some great benefits. However, there are lots of rules and all the employees are held on a tight leash. The rapid growth of membership has led to some issues with the work flow and quickly changing rules are hard to keep track of.
Good Pay, free food, free ski pass, stunningly beautiful
lots of rules, no flexibility, long drive from bozeman
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Big Sky, MT – July 12, 2018
There is a break down in communication between departments and management. I've learned that I want more from an employer such as being viewed as valuable in the workplace as well as providing me the tools to become more successful. The most challenging part of the job is commuting from Bozeman The Yellowstone Club offers some employee housing but it is expensive. The most enjoyable part of the job would be my colleagues and getting to know good people from many different places around the world.
Free lunches, health benefits for key seasonal workers
health care coverage, too many orientation meetings every season, manangement
Ski Instructor (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – April 29, 2018
The people that work for the Yellowstone Club are fun and work hard. I enjoyed getting to know my co-workers and had a great time as a ski instructor. The mountain is fun and most of the clients are great--just like at any ski are.
Free lunch, good tips
All of the nit-picky rules about presentation before guests
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – April 25, 2018
They don't treat people very good. So they run off good mature workers. People that advance are young with no life experience or leadership skills. A lot of people in leadership positions are immature with no leadership skills.
Restraunt server (Current Employee) – Big Sky, MT – April 14, 2018
It's a beautiful place to have fun an adventure on all it's mountains... to ski .. I also love the food an all the members that you meet... some great billionaires who is always excited to speak to all there server.
Good money but workers are extremely overworked and their well-being isn't considered
Hostess/Server Assistant (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – March 11, 2018
While working at the Yellowstone Club as a hostess I did make good money and was available to work long shifts and got overtime, those were the only pros. The Yellowstone Club doesn't care about the well being of there employees and the management is abysmal
Plenty of opportunity to work long hours and overtime if desired
Fun and interesting place to work. I met some great people; both co-workers and members.
Server (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – February 14, 2018
Yellowstone Club is located in Big Sky, Montana. It is one of the world's private ski and golf course. It is a beautiful place and caters to multi-millionaires. A typical day at work would be clocking in at 6:30 am. I worked in the Warren Miller Lobby at Lakeside, where we served a buffet breakfast from 8:00 am to 10:30 pm. Upon arriving, various tasks had to be completed such as lighting the sterns, preparing coffee, putting out the orange juice, bagels, oatmeal, fresh fruit, pastries, and other food items. It was quite a sumptuous offering. We made custom espresso drinks and health smoothies. There was always quite a crowd in the morning. It was fast-paced, and one got to know members by name. I was there for three and a half years and enjoyed every minute.
Paid well. Provided lunch during shift. Meeting interesting people.
Shuttle Driver CDl Bus Driver private ski resort (Current Employee) – Big Sky, MT – February 8, 2018
The manigers and hr deparment are amazing theY help you be successful in your job and make sure you do you job to the best of your abilities. During winter gets crazy busy with members Snow is amazing They have one free meal each day for employees when you work Also once a month employee ski day Lots of different jobs to chose from Friendly coworkers Fun time to ski work and enjoy the montana lifestyle
Lodge Keeper (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – February 6, 2018
My women supervisor was not nice and unprofessional. Picked out the things you did wrong more than the things you do right. Other than that, I like my coworkers. The other staff was fun and I am still friends with some of them.
Unrewarding and disorganized. Dont waste your time
Accountant (Former Employee) – Big Sky, MT – November 16, 2017
It's such a disorganized disaster, with poor communication and a sexist attitude. I worked there 7 years and was treated as an inferior gnat despite the vast responsibility and expectations associated with my position. I'm glad to move on to my next adventure where my knowledge, experience, and good work ethic will be appreciated.
great compensation and benefits no matter the department
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Big Sky, MT – October 18, 2017
Though my compensation and benefits were great, I've never experienced such poor infrastructure and management before. The highest ranked individuals were often times oblivious to corruption or incompetence of other individuals named as managers and supervisors. Departments such as the emergency response teams and human resources were left without power and could not serve their true purpose of helping and protecting others. Focus was placed on the "image" of the Club without realizing or caring that the image could be fixed and improved by fixing the infrastructure issues. Though I loved my job, my coworkers, and one of my managers, I experienced many issues with other management that made it undesirable to work there.
one free meal, free ski passes to the local mountains, discounts on gyms and phone accounts, and amazing insurance
breaks aren't recognized, no ability to get exercise due to lack of breaks