If you're not interested in your average 9 to 5 and just want to ski all day, you can actually live that lifestyle. There are a ton of Whistler seasonal jobs that are taking applications right now. This is your chance to live the mountain life you saw in Peak Season on MTV Canada.
Whether you want to hone skills for future positions or you just want a job that will let you ski all day, there are a ton of options in Whistler. It's no surprise that many of the seasonal gigs available are from Vail Resorts who own Whistler Blackcomb.
We took a look at Indeed and found the best seasonal jobs you can get in Whistler with no experience. There's no need to wait until the summer to get a new job, now when it's cold is the best time to be working. Plus, if you don't find anything on this list that's a good fit for you, you could always try finding a gig in Banff.
A Whistler seasonal job like these is great for you if you want to build a lifestyle that prioritizes what makes you happy. If skiing or snowboarding all day is what lights you up, then you can't stay in the city. You have to get one of these jobs ASAP so brush up that CV and don't be afraid to get creative with your resume.
Kids Flaik Coordinator
Why You Need To Apply: Interested in a job that's a little bit techy? You'll be in charge of the 3000 Flaik GPS tags they use to track kids skiing.
Why You Need To Apply: This position is made for you if you don't want to be stuck inside or behind a desk. It's an easy way to make the most out of life in Whistler.
Retail Sales Associate
Why You Need To Apply: Sales jobs are always transferrable and they teach you how to work with people. This job is in Squamish, which is quieter but more affordable than Whistler plus you get a free ski pass.
Why You Need To Apply: You can get a kitchen job with little to no experience at the resort plus you get a free ski pass, it's the perfect seasonal job if you just want to ski all day.
Why You Need To Apply: You could work at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler right next to Blackcomb for the ski season and be right in the centre of it all.
Entry-Level Server at Dusty's
Why You Need To Apply: Serving jobs are hard but they pay the bills and you can work nights which means more days on the hills. Be a part of the Dusty's Bar & BBQ tradition at Whistler.
Why You Need To Apply: This job wants you to ski on the slopes all day. It pays $18 per hour and the posting actually says, "do you dream of skiing or snowboarding every day, no problem we can make that work."