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Welcome to the new Granby Ranch

Now hiring for the 2020 / 2021 season. Apply for any of the open positions below and join the Granby Ranch team today!

Position
Location
Lift Electrician
Lift Electrician
Granby, CO
Busser
Busser
Granby, CO
Bartender
Bartender
Granby, CO
Server
Server
Granby, CO
Cashier
Cashier
Granby, CO
Retail Cashier
Retail Cashier
Granby, CO

Join us as we take on a re-envisioning of Ski Granby Ranch.

Join us as we take on a re-envisioning of Ski Granby Ranch.

We are a new resort and hospitality management company, but we have a way of doing business that has been forged by over forty years in the mountain resort and hospitality sectors. You will become part of an organization that is fundamentally biased towards team.

OUR ETHOS

OUR ETHOS

We look for people who share our ethos:

TEAM SUCCESS

We succeed only when the team succeeds; importantly, that success is the team’s success. We support each other with resources, constructive feedback, and positive encouragement. 

 

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

We are in a constant mode of innovating, creating, and executing, all of which is thoughtfully balanced with a foundational sense of focus and attention to detail. 

EVERY MEMBER MATTERS

 

We recognize the value and contributions of all team members, without question. We are snowmakers who quietly go about our duties at midnight; human resources professionals who navigate the challenges of business in mountain communities; the back-of-house staff passionately dedicated to our craft. Whether you are a frontline team member or a divisional leader, we thrive under the philosophy that no role is insignificant.

PROFESSIONALISM & RESPONSIBILITY

 

We sit in boardrooms. We turn wrenches. We flip burgers. We believe an egalitarian culture, respect, shared passion, and a sense of community among mountain people is imperative to success.

EMPLOYEE HOUSING

 

Though limited, we do offer housing for full time positions through relationships we have developed with landlords and property managers in the area.  Security Deposit ($325) and Admin Fee ($75) due upon move in, rent ranges from $600-$900 and is paid via bi-weekly payroll deduction.   Due to COVID mitigation outside visitors will not be allowed this season and bi-weekly unit inspections will be conducted to ensure compliance with cleanliness and other house rules.  Email us below for more information on our housing program. 

HTROY@GRANBYRANCH.COM 


BASED ON THE NATURE OF YOUR QUESTION, CONTACT US AT ONE OF THE EMAILS BELOW: 

Employment Opportunities: SSCHOOLCRAFT@GRANBYRANCH.COM 

General HR Questions: RHOOVER@GRANBYRANCH.COM 

Employee Housing: HTROY@GRANBYRANCH.COM 


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply?

Please apply online by clicking one of the links above. Click on a job to read more about it. If you like what you see, apply! 

What do you look for in people wanting to work for Granby Ranch?

We look for people who share our ethos: 

 

  • Team Success.We succeed only when the team succeeds; importantly, that success is the team’s success. We support each other with resources, constructive feedback, and positive encouragement. 

 

  • Continuous Improvement.We are in a constant mode of innovating, creating, and executing, all of which is thoughtfully balanced with a foundational sense of focus and attention to detail. 

 

  • Every Team Member Matters.We recognize the value and contributions of all team members, without question. We are snowmakers who quietly go about our duties at midnight; human resources professionals who navigate the challenges of business in mountain communities; the back-of-house staff passionately dedicated to our craft. Whether you are a frontline team member or a divisional leader, we thrive under the philosophy that no role is insignificant. 

 

  • Professionalism & Relatability.We sit in boardrooms. We turn wrenches. We flip burgers. We believe an egalitarian culture, respect, shared passion, and a sense of community among mountain people is imperative to success. 

Do you have an appearance policy?

Yes, grooming standards are important and our company feels that a clean, neatly groomed appearance presents a positive image. Most important is our uniform policy, which is strictly enforced. You will be issued a uniform, which you must wear at anytime you are on the job and in the presence and/or eyesight of guests. You must also wear your name tag at all times and your uniform mask. You are allowed to take this uniform home; however, you will be required to frequently wash and take care of your uniform. 

What do you look for in applications and resumes?

We are looking for people that are passionate about life and what they do. Creativity and humor is always welcome, but please keep it professional. Tell the truth. We are going to find out who you are eventually, so just be yourself. We want to know your accomplishments. Please attach a resume or fill out your previous employment history on the application. Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications that do not include previous work and education history. Be sure to include recent employment history. 

When should I apply for a job?

We start posting jobs for the winter season in mid to late August and for the summer season in March. Some jobs remain posted or are re-posted throughout the entire season, so just keep looking until you see something you like. 

I can't find the job I want online. Why?

If the job you’re looking for is not posted online, the position is no longer available. We update the job postings on a daily basis, so what you see is what you can apply for at the present time. 

I’m interested in working for Granby Ranch year-round. Do you only post seasonal jobs?

Most of the positions we are looking to fill are either for the summer or winter seasons. When Year-round positions are available, you can find those listed in our employment section on our website. 

I applied online. What do I do now?

We review applications on a daily basis and then forward applications that meet all of the job requirements to the appropriate hiring manager. If you don’t hear from someone within two weeks, please feel free to contact us via email (sschoolcraft@granbyranch.com). 

Do I have to do a background check?

Yes. All employees will be required to submit to a background check prior to employment. Any records will be evaluated closely on a case-by-case basis. 

What if i start a job at Granby Ranch and decide it’s not the one for me? Can i switch to another job?

If the job you started isn’t working out for some reason, you can request to transfer departments. Apply online for the posted position you want to move to and speak with your manager. If the hiring manager wants to hire you for the new position, they will initiate the transfer paperwork. Transfers are not guaranteed, so be sure to follow through with the requirements of your current job until the transfer is finalized. You don’t want to find yourself without a job. 

Is there employee housing?

Though limited, we do have employee housing through relationships we have developed with landlords and property managers in the area. Email us below for more information on our housing program at HTROY@GRANBYRANCH.COM 

When do I get paid? Where do I pick up my check?

Our pay period runs for bi-weekly, from Saturday through Friday. It is recommended that you provide bank account information so that your checks can be directly deposited into your account. Be sure to bring enough money to live on for a few weeks. Depending on when you arrive and start working, you may not get paid for three weeks because of how our payroll cycles work. Make sure you have a little bit of a cushion until you are fully settled. 

Are there places in town to buy groceries and other supplies?

Granby Ranch has a supermarket—City Market—immediately nearby the mountain. 

What should I bring?

The right clothing. Be sure to ask your new manager/supervisor about dress code or recommended clothing/footwear for the job you will be doing, especially if you’re working outdoors. They can give you some great tips for layering and staying warm and dry. 

Winter. Proper footwear is really important. The outdoor crews do a great job of shoveling and de-icing, but conditions constantly change. Walkways can be icy and snow-covered. Shoes or boots with good traction may help you navigate winter walkways. Be prepared for all weather conditions, as our days can start out sunny with blue skies, and be snowing quite heavily by lunch time. 

Money. As stated above, depending on your timing, it could be three weeks before you receive your first paycheck. In some cases, you may not work your full hours until the season is in full swing. Give yourself a little wiggle room with your finances. 

Backpack/Travel Bag. You will be transporting clothing and gear back and forth to the mountain for various reasons. It is nice to have a bag to carry your belongings or lunch.