The Terrain Park Ranger is essential for maintaining all park elements in the terrain park in an effort to provide an enjoyable environment for our guests. This position's goal is to provide all guests with the best possible terrain park experiences.
This person helps educate park users in Terrain Park and Pipe Etiquette. He or she also maintains and monitors the energy in the terrain park through music, color, fencing, banners, flags, comradely, and events. As a customer focused organization, a crucial part of each employee's job is to get and keep guests.
Responsible for the daily examination and maintenance of all park elements to reduce risk by eliminating hazards to the customers.
Responsible for laborer duties during terrain park construction; shoveling, lifting, raking, digging.
Monitoring and maintaining the designated music, fencing, banners, and flags.
Keeping signage visible in the parks.
Knowing and educating guests on terrain park etiquette and Smart Style.
Monitoring all elements for risk and closing any and all elements that become unsafe to our guests until maintenance can be performed to reopen the feature.
Complete all end of the day closing procedures of all parks and features.
Complete Park Report daily for Park grooming staff.
Responsible for the completion of all daytime terrain park related forms; including but not limited to: design and layout map(s), Daily Terrain Park Opening Form(s), Terrain Park New Feature Map(s), Post Incident Reopening Form(s), Terrain Park Staff Incident Comment Form. As well as, any company equipment or vehicle forms.
Contributes to team effort by participating in Job Sharing, assuming responsibility for the cleanliness of the resort and safety of the guests and employees: participating in safety meetings; accepting diverse assignments; maintaining a positive and friendly attitude and demeanor in all internal and external interactions.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Big Sky Resort