Working at Ski Montcalm is first and foremost about being part of a big, energetic and fun family. It’s also about benefiting from numerous advantages, such as access to all the activites offered at the mountain, competitive wages and flexible schedules. Join the Montcalm family for our summer-fall season, winter operations, or all year long!

A Little About Us

Ski Montcalm was founded in 1969 and is a 2nd generation family business. Our mission is to provide the best skiing conditions, unparalleled service and a warm atmosphere where it is great to ski with family and friends. Over the years, we have transformed beginner skiers into lifelong enthusiasts. Share in the experience with us!

Positions Available

Become a park ranger

Become a park ranger and help the mountain develop and maintain all its modules and rails!

Become an Instructor

The Ski Montcalm Snow School is currently looking for instructors to teach skiing and snowboarding for the winter season.

All Ski Montcalm instructors must be CSIA certified to teach skiing and CASI certified to teach snowboarding. The ski resort offers Level I ski and snowboard training at the beginning of the season. The minimum age requirement for Level I certification is 15 years old.

In order to prepare for the Level I certification, we strongly recommend that you take the pre-instructor course offered by the Snow School.

If you still do not have the minimum age required to become an instructor, the Snow School offers you the opportunity to be an assistant instructor during the five or nine weeks of group lessons. This is an unpaid internship with benefits for young people who show an interest in teaching snow sports.

For more information or to fill out an application form, you can contact us by email or by phone at: 450 834-3238 / 1 800 387-2038

Join our dynamic team for a rewarding work experience!

Lift attendant

Reporting to the Lift Team Leader, you will be responsible for the lift, its proper operation and maintenance of the boarding area.
Without being limited to this, you will be called to :

Primary Duties

Carry out the inspection and start-up of the lift;
Operate the lift according to established safety standards;
Apply emergency procedures as required (evacuation, accident and injury procedures, etc.);
Maintain the loading and unloading areas of the lifts so that they are clean and safe;
Report any anomalies to the immediate supervisor;
Ensure that customer requests are responded to or directed;
Perform any other related duties.

Requirements, Skills and Qualifications

High school diploma (asset);
Experience in a similar position (asset);
Ability to stand throughout the work period;
Ability to work outside in cold temperatures;
Customer service skills;
Self-reliance, resourcefulness and good judgment;
Manual skills;
Sense of observation and attention to detail;
Bilingualism in French and English (asset).

Conditions and Benefits

Variable schedule during the day, week and weekend;
Status: Full time and part time;
Seasonal employment with possibility of year-round employment;