YMCA of the Rockies

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  • Company Benefits
    View all our employee perks on our Career Site. Seasonal Employee Perks:
    • Corporate ski passes to Winter Park Resort, Steamboat Springs, Copper Mountain, and Ski Granby Ranch. (View all benefits of the Grand Pass here)
    • Free gear rentals for outdoor recreation and access to all our Nordic trails - over 5,000 acres of world-class terrain
    • Appreciation Fund for employees who complete their work agreement
    • Discounted nights in our lodges
    • Proximity to Grand Lake, Lake Granby, Winter Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park
    • Access to all YMCA of the Rockies facilities which includes: A reservoir for canoeing and fishing, hiking, biking, skiing trails, an indoor pool, zipline, basketball gymnasium, tennis courts, mini-golf, library, art center, climbing wall, bonfire rings, ping pong tables, and baseball field.
    Year-Round Employee Perks:
    • Health, dental, and life insurance
    • Participation in the YMCA Retirement Plan
      • After 2 years, the Y will contribute an additional 12% into your Retirement Fund
    • YMCA of the Rockies family membership
    • Discounted nights in lodge rooms
    • Generous PTO including vacation, holiday, and sick leave

Company Description

Don’t be deceived by our name! Snow Mountain Ranch is a year-round family camp & conference center offering a variety of seasonal jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities and professional careers for any season. We are an outdoor enthusiast’s playground, with over 5,100 acres of Rocky Mountain fun and adventure for everyone.

Snow Mountain Ranch is located on the western side of Rocky Mountain National Park, in a more remote area of Colorado known as the Fraser Valley. We are a 2 hour drive from Denver. The nearby towns are Granby (15 mi), Winter Park (20 mi), and Grand Lake (25mi), which is home to the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park and the largest natural body of water in Colorado.

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