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Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort hosts winter job fair

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From page A11 | October 30, 2013 |

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort will host a job fair to fill seasonal positions for the coming winter season on Nov. 2 at the Sierra Resort base lodge near South Lake Tahoe from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Operational departments will be interviewing and hiring seasonal workers including lift operations, retail, food and beverage, adult ski and snowboard school, Wild Mountain Children’s Center, Blizzard Mountain, guest services, parking, rental and repair services and ticket Administration. Positions range from full-time November through April to weekends and holidays only.

Benefits of working at Sierra Resort can include a season pass, ski and ride breaks, discounts on food and beverage and retail items, free lift tickets for friends and family, access to ski and snowboard lessons, and, of course, legendary employee parties that are the talk of the town. Once hired, new employees can get assistance finding housing through the human resources office at Sierra Resort.

Ability to ski or snowboard is not required for all jobs. Department supervisors look for animated people who can bring the Sierra Resort brand to life with a fun-loving, quirky personality and a commitment to delivering exceptional guest experiences to every guest, every time.

Applicants should fill out a job application online prior to attending the job fair at sierraattahoe.com. Information about relocation, employee benefits and more is also available online.

With 480 inches of average annual snowfall, wind-protected slopes, incredible tree skiing and 320 acres of backcountry terrain out the Huckleberry Gates, Sierra Resort is a bastion of the authentic California ski experience. For beginner skiers and riders Sierra Resort is home to the world’s only Burton Star Wars Experience, has over 100 acres of dedicated terrain, four beginner-only conveyor lifts, a $45 adult beginner package and PSIA Certified instructors. Sierra Resort is the place to learn to ski or ride in Lake Tahoe. For freestylers, a commitment to innovative terrain parks has led to Sierra Resort being recognized by TransWorld Snowboarding as a Top 10 Overall Resort as well as among the Top 10 Best Parks and Pipes in the nation. Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort embraces skiers and snowboarders who want to escape from everyday life and enjoy the simple pleasure of winter in the mountains.

For more information,  call 530-659-7453.

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