Reach Your Peak at Vail Resorts. As a community of adventurers and discoverers, Vail Resorts delivers an experience of a lifetime to our guests and our employees. Our team is made whole by the brave, passionate individuals who ambitiously push boundaries and challenge the status quo. Whether you’re looking for seasonal work or the career of a lifetime, join us today to reach your peak.
The primary duties for the Security Public Safety Officer include but are not limited to:
- Interacting with property-owners, guests, and employees.
- Assisting guests, residents, and employees with vehicle pull-outs, jump-starts, vehicle-unlocks, intrusion alarms and motor vehicle accidents.
- Consistently providing a very high level of customer service.
- General resort safety.
- Fire, Rescue and EMS response.
- Enacting general emergency procedures.
- Making critical or difficult decisions in urgent situations and/or with limited information.
- Coordinating response and responding to fire and medical emergencies with the local fire authority and EMS provider.
- Using and Directing use of resort and county radio systems.
- Familiarity of emergency and law enforcement services.
- Notifying appropriate public service partners.
- Adapting to wide variety of dynamic situations.
- Managing and resolving tier-two (transferred from other departments) customer service issues.
- Enforcing all Beaver Creek road, animal and property regulations.
- Ensuring the proper and lawful use of all Vail Resorts properties.
- Responsibility for bank deposits.
- Traffic control and pedestrian safety on roadways within the resort and coming into the resort.
- Detecting, mitigating and/or reporting any safety problems or misuse of company property.
- Investigating incidents.
- Writing and filing reports.
- Developing and conducting shift training.
- Regularly and consistently attending meetings and trainings during the work day.
- Occasionally attending meetings and trainings outside of the regular work week.
- Additional duties may include but are not limited to: inspecting AEDs, managing and/or making keys, restocking first aid kits, updating locks and keys and more.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Current Firefighter 1-required
- Current Firefighter 2-within one year of hire
- Colorado or National Registry EMT-Basic or higher certification - required
- Current CPR for Healthcare Provider - required
- Current Hazardous Materials Operations - Required
- Able to obtain NWCG Wildland Fire Fighter Red Card certification –required
- Able to communicate effectively in English, both written and verbal
- Great interpersonal skills - required
- In-person interviews
- Cover Letter and Resume - required
- Driver Operator Certifications - preferred
- Hazardous Materials Technician or higher levels of Hazardous Materials training - preferred
- NWCG Wildland higher levels of training - preferred
- Must be able to work outside in all weather conditions
- Must be able to work weekends, holidays and evenings
- 48/96 hour shift
We’re looking for team members whose legendary attention to detail and commitment to phenomenal service comes naturally. Pursue a lifestyle that will elevate your expectation of what work can look like. Nothing is too big or too small for the staff to bravely pursue and elevate the expectations of the guest. Do you possess a calling for delivering world-class events and amenities? Then Beaver Creek is for you. www.vailresortscareers.com
Vail Resorts is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other status protected by applicable law.
Requisition ID 211047