Ski Patrol | Sommet Edelweiss

Description

A ski patrol is someone who provides emergency medical care and rescue services to patrons of a ski resort. Ski patrols also work to promote mountain safety by enforcing the ski hill policies, clearing debris from the ski trails, etc. Contrary to the name's implications, ski patrols can be snowboarders or telemark skiers. 

As a ski patrol, you will be responsible for ensuring the safety of users and compliance with mountain regulations. You will have to administer first aid and respond to emergency situations. You will check, install or move any signage or safety equipment and give various safety advice to users. 

Responsibilities

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Benefits

  • Season pass
  • Favorable discounts on our services

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If you have already worked for Les Sommets in the past 12 months, please check the Back-to-work box ✅ below, following the Contact details section.

If you would like to transfer to another department or mountain, please let us know in the Message section at the bottom of the page.

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Job Summary

  • Outaouais
  • Winter
  • Customer Service
  • Surveillance / First Aid
  • Outdoor
  • Daytime
  • Volunteer
  • Weekend (Sat + Sun)
  • Evening

Date posted: Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Employment Procedure

To join Sommet Edelweiss Patrol for the 2020-2021 season, you must:

1. Follow the training program of the Canadian Ski Patrol.

2. Apply as a Ski Patrol via the web form below.

* It is suggested to apply through this website in September, before you obtain your certification. Hiring will be conditional on the success of your training.

To become a certified ski patrol for the 2020-2021 season, you must ...

- Have a minimum of 16 years of age to complete the training, 18 years to patrol;
- Successfully complete training (Canadian Ski Patrol);
- Pass the theoretical and practical tests;
- Have a level of intermediate-advanced skiing / snowboarding. (Evaluation required)

Ski Patrol Status

There are two status available within the patrol. It is important to note that the number of hires changes each season depending on the needs of the station:

1. Volunteer Patrol
Patrols only on Saturdays and Sundays. Must be present a minimum number of days to be eligible.

2. Paid Patrol (Full-time or Part-time)
Contingent position, depending on the annual requirements. Patrols on a preset schedule, possibly on weekdays or weekends
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