Ski and Snowboard Instructors have the enviable job of spending their days on the slopes. These patient individuals teach everyone from wee tots to active seniors how to improve their skiing and snowboarding skills. They are also ambassadors on the mountain to ensure guests have a successful day and will return. The work is dependant on customer demand, so ski breaks are common within the work day.


  • Teaching duties relative to certification and experience with adults and or children in both group and private lessons
  • Participation in training clinics
  • Be familiar with lessons and pricing to continue to promote skill development
  • Actively assist guests to remain in the sport

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Possible Future Career Paths

  • Level II instructor
  • Level III instructor
  • Level IV instructor
  • Snow School Lead hand
  • Snow School Supervisor
  • Snow School Director
  • Resort Operations Manager
  • Director of resort operations
  • General Manager

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