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Employment Inquiry

 

 

 

Enthusiastic?
Energetic?
Outgoing?
Enjoy having FUN at work?
Then we want to hear from you!

Come join the BVSC team 2015-2016.

Beaver Valley Ski Club offers competitive wages in an incredible and unique work environment, a friendly atmosphere with great skiing/snowboarding terrain.

Join the team as a Volunteer Patroller

We are looking for skiers and snowboarders who enjoy helping people while sharing the love of winter activities in our beautiful valley.  Is this you? Would you  like to become a member of the Canadian Ski Patrol?  For information about the Patrol and how to join, please contact Erika Forsek, Risk Manager, at 519 986 2520 x276.

We are always interested in hearing from candidates interested in working in the ski industry 

For a variety of positions at the Club, please apply below

If you are interested in applying please fill out the application below (specify position of interest) and send us your resume.

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Beaver Valley Ski Club     Telephone 519 986 2520   Fax 519 986 4168

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News

Jun
9

Summer is here and adventure days with the kids is on the agenda!  Take a look at these special offers to make your family summer fun get off to a roaring start. CentreIsland.ca Online discount code: 2015BEAVERVALLEY       … Continue reading

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Jun
8

The Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance Ontario  honoured Knute Dohnberg with the Outstanding Service Award.  The award was to acknowledge Knute’s long time commitment to the CSIA Ontario board and his recent work with Mike Weiss to write entries to the … Continue reading

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May
4

The group of nine were mighty last Saturday under sunny skies as they embarked on their mission to remove several huge vines along the upper Hutchinson Triple Chair. Next the crew moved to the top of Canyon to challenge the … Continue reading

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