Panorama Mountain Resort is seeking staff for its 2012-2013 winter season.

Panorama Mountain Resort is seeking staff for its 2012-2013 winter season.

Panorama wants you!

The resort is holding a job at the Columbia Valley Employment Centre in Invermere on Thursday (September 20).

Winter is ever so slowly creeping in and those joyful at the prospect of freezing temperatures and large amounts of snow to the point where they want to make a career out it are asked to contact Panorama Mountain Resort.

The resort is holding a job at the Columbia Valley Employment Centre in Invermere on Thursday (September 20) from 2 to 6 p.m. and anyone interested in participating is asked to book an appointment for an interview ahead of time.

“So that the interviewers are able to devote sufficient time to each person seeking employment at the ski hill,” employment centre self-help host Jjim Jenksinson told The Valley Echo in an email.

To schedule a time, interested persons are asked to email Beth Lefay at beth.lafay@panoramaresort.com, and then bring in a resume and written references the day of.

Potential applicants will be pleased to learn that the resort will be providing a free staff shuttle to and from Invermere for the winter season.

To review all job descriptions, perks and benefits, and to apply online, visit www.panoramaresort.com/employment. Year round and seasonal opportunities are available, as are mountain friend volunteer positions.

 

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