Job Openings & Application
Here you will find a complete list of all of the current job openings, both seasonal and year round. We care about the kind of people we’re hiring. We take pride in what makes Stratton unique – it’s all about our employees! We seek out people who will mesh well with our culture, people who are excited and passionate about life!Learn More
Stratton sponsors H2B visas for our winter season for housekeeping, janitorial and food & beverage. We also work with an agency that sponsors J1 Internships for Culinary, Food & Beverage Management and Hospitality International Students.
Stratton’s housekeeping department sponsors H2B visas for the summer season.
There’s more than a free season pass waiting for you! You don’t just get a job at Stratton you get an experience and a lifestyle. As a member of our team, you’ll enjoy a comprehensive array of perks available to our seasonal employees. Some examples include: Free Stratton Season Pass, discounted tickets for your friends & family, generous food & beverage discounts, retail discounts, onsite employee child care available, discounts on seasonal programs, discounted equipment rentals, employee events & recognitions, employee memberships at the golf course &, fitness center, free or discounted lift tickets at local northeast ski resorts, direct deposit, employee assistance program, 401(k) savings plans, free skiing at other sister resorts (Big Bear, Blue Mountain, Deer Valley*, June Mountain, Mammoth, Mont Tremblant, Snowshoe, Squaw & Alpine Meadows, Steamboat and Winter Park). At Stratton you have plenty of opportunities for growth, advancement & year round employment! Don't worry the uniforms are provided!
*Black-out dates may apply
Stratton Mountain’s employees are a mix of permanent & temporary residents of southwestern Vermont. Our Employee housing is extremely limited, and it is prioritized by position worked. Most employees make housing arrangements independently. If you’re thinking of relocating to the Stratton area for a winter season, securing housing should be a top priority. Most employees find housing on Craigslist by searching in the small towns in the area, including: Manchester, Londonderry, Peru, Winhall, Chester, Bondville, Jamaica, Newfane, Wardsboro & Rawsonville. Hiring managers, along with the Human Resources office have a list of leads to help temporary residents find affordable housing options for the winter. You’ll need your own transportation, as there is no public transportation available. rich-text
Stratton Volunteers are an outgoing, friendly team of winter enthusiasts who enhance our guests’ experience with their invaluable knowledge of Stratton Mountain Resort. Volunteer tasks include greeting and assisting guests, on-mountain tours, safety patrol, lift-line organization, market research, trail map and brochure distribution and end of day farewell. Strong intermediate ski or snowboard ability is necessary for on-mountain participation. Volunteers complete training days and a minimum number of volunteer days throughout the season. In exchange for their service, volunteer hosts are given a season pass.
Our team has a passion for serviceAssisting guests with exceptional and enthusiastic service is our primary goal
We are now recruiting a small intake for the winter season. Interested in becoming a Stratton Mountain Volunteer? You can print your Application Here. Please do not apply for a volunteer position if you are seeking a paid position.
After my initial pre-screen interview, what’s the next step?
Do I get health insurance?
Do I have to do any paperwork?
Is there employee housing?
How do I apply?
I applied online. What do I do now?
I can’t find the job I want online. Why?
I worked at Stratton last season and want to work the same job this season. What should I do?
What do you look for in applications and resumes?
What should I bring?
- The right clothing.Be sure to ask your new manager/supervisor about dress code or recommended clothing/footwear for the job you will be doing, especially if you’re working outdoors. They can give you some great tips for layering and staying warm and dry. Proper footwear is really important! The outdoor crews around the resort do an amazing job of shoveling and salting walkways and roads. However, conditions are constantly changing, so it’s your responsibility to be cautious. If something looks icy, it probably is! Be careful. Keep in mind that our winters can be unpredictable. A day could start out sunny and warm and by the end of your shift, it may be snowing. Be prepared for anything!
- Transportation.This part of southern Vermont does not have public transportation. The village of Stratton is at the very top of a long and winding access road, so we recommend that you bring your own transportation or make arrangements with friends or family for rides to and from work. If you do have your own vehicle, be sure to invest in some good snow tires, and make sure you have an emergency kit in your car at all times in case you get stuck somewhere.
- Money. Bring enough to live on for a few weeks. Depending on when you arrive and start working, you may not get paid for three weeks because of how our payroll cycles work. If you don’t have a vehicle, it can be hard to find your way to a bank. We recommend that you set up direct deposit when you arrive. Make sure you have a little bit of a cushion until you are fully settled.
When do I get paid? Where do I pick up my pay check?
When should I apply for a job?
Why do you ask so many questions? What are you trying to figure out?
- Positive energy and attitude
- Willing to embrace and drive change
- Active lifestyle
- Passion for service & our product
- Respect for peers and guests
So we’re going to ask a lot of questions. We want to get to know you a little bit. We hope that after talking to us, you’ll want to work here even more!