As a small company in the vacation rental business we’re always in need of quality employees. Managing vacation rentals in a resort town means we must abide by the demands of our customers, namely vacation-goers. And when the high season hits, we carry the largest number of employees. When the low seasons come around, we shrink down to a core set of employees that have stepped up and proven their value during the high season.Working in a resort town has its benefits, for example not everyone prefers to work nine to five year-round. Perhaps you’re looking to work only half the year so you can spend the rest of the year traveling, going to school or writing that novel. Or maybe you love the great outdoors. Spend part of the year hard at work and the rest of it hiking and camping your way through mountain ranges. Intrigued?Well, as it turns out, we are hiring.Below is a list of positions we’re hiring for as of February 2016. For an updated list, visit our website and look for Now Hiring graphic next to the list of positions.
- Vacation Planner: You’re a Reservation Specialist and speak with guests and clients every day. You help guests find the right property and assist them before, during and after their stays. You input reservations, answer phones, answer emails, make keys and complete other office-related tasks.
- Housekeeping: You help get properties ready for guests by cleaning, stocking supplies and making up beds. This is a detailed job and very fast-paced, and you need to access to reliable transportation so you can drive from property to property.
- Laundry Technician: You operate machinery that washes and dries linens, and then you fold those same linens. We manage around 115 properties, so a lot of bed linens and towels come through our laundry facility. This job requires great organizational skills and the ability to work at maximum efficiency.