What’s so special about Bear Valley?
Bear Valley is a premier mountain destination getaway for winter and summer recreation and adventure, conveniently located with many great opportunities to become a member of our team. Bear Valley is a guest-oriented resort that offers team members many opportunities for growth and development within the company. We provide a fun and exciting workplace in a stimulating environment already known for its Pure Mountain Fun. Read on to discover why Bear Valley is the perfect place to bring your skills and abilities this winter.
- You are guest friendly and love people
- You are looking for an exciting and rewarding job
- You enjoy working and playing in the outdoors
- You are not afraid to jump in wherever needed and get your hands dirty
- You are NOT looking for a boring old office job
- You’re sporty and comfortable being on your feet for long periods of time
- You enjoy helping people and providing them with exceptional customer service
- You thrive in a fast-paced and varied worked environment
- You want some great real world experience to add to your résumé
The First Aid Technician provides emergency care, as well as customer service to Bear Valley guests and staff at the ski area.
Minimum EMT or Paramedic or RN with relevant time spent in any one of those positions. In addition to administering medical aid, the First Aid Technician must also be a public relations arm of Bear Valley. As a service industry business, we can best serve our guests by making guest service the foundation of all that we do, including first aid service Along with positive customer relations, each First Aid Staff member should have a positive attitude towards fellow First Aid Staff members and other departments and employees across the organization.
Skills and Requirements
The list below best represents the primary tasks you will be asked to perform during your employment at Bear Valley. It is not inclusive of all tasks, as we cannot predict the variety of incidents we face in providing a safe environment for our guests and or the medical or first aid attention or treatment that may arise. However, we will never ask you to perform a task that is inherently unsafe or that you are not adequately trained to perform.
- Commitment to excellent services and guest/employee satisfaction.
- Positive and effective communication with other departments.
- Maintain a clean, safe and professional workstation.
- Maintain all records as set forth by company policy and procedures.
- Must maintain Certifications at your level of training.
- Recognize and correct any safety hazards within the first aid facility.
- Heavy and awkward lifting of items up to 50 lbs.
- Communicate problems to superiors, while showing initiative in handling routine matters.
- Two way radio use for communicating with “on scene” ski Patrollers.
- Assist dispatcher when needed.
- Check all stock levels of medical supplies, medications and solutions and make a note to the Ski Patrol Director for reorder.
- Inventory/check expiration dates on all controlled medications and make a note to notify medical adviser of discrepancies.
- Check and maintain emergency medical equipment and notify Ski Patrol Director for replacement of worn or equipment that has left with a patient.
- Act as liaison between Ski Area and local emergency response personnel when requesting ground/air ambulance.
- Sign in volunteer doctors.
- Other duties as assigned.