Nestled at 6,900 feet above sea level, the Park City mountain village was developed when the first ski lift was
constructed over 50 years ago in 1963. Since then, many changes and events have taken place to rewrite
Park City’s future as a top-ten ski destination—including hosting the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and more
recently, the creation of the largest ski resort in the United States.
During Summer 2015, the property undertook the largest resort improvement project in the history of
American skiing, one that linked it with neighboring Canyons Resort to create the United States’ largest ski
area. Park City bustles with activities year-round with three distinct base areas, nine hotels, thrilling family
adventures, and more than two dozen restaurants.
Work Hours: You should expect to work an average of about 35 hours/week throughout the summer.
Your schedule will be set by your manager and some parts of the season are busier than others.
Work Start Dates: You should plan your U.S. arrival so you can begin working May 15 – June 15.
Work Finish Dates: We are looking for candidates who can finish working September 1 to September
30. You should be as upfront and honest as possible about your work finish date. It is customary in the U.S.
to give at least two weeks notice of your final day of work.