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Skibowl Mission

Create a high quality winter and summer mountain experience in harmony with the natural environment where the guest is #1.

Our main purpose is to provide our guests a positive, friendly atmosphere in which they can enjoy their recreational experience. In order to accomplish this, our goals are to provide the safest, most enjoyable experience possible while providing excellent customer service at the best value. The most important factor to our success is taking care of the guest first.

Downloadable Application

Please download an application, complete and fax to 503-272-3021 or email to

Full Time Employment


This position is open immediately:

Maintain and process bi-weekly multi-company payrolls.  Process and reconcile pay data, export/imports and employee data files.  Data compliance must be in accordance with company policy, state, local and federal regulations.  Experience with Paychex software a plus.  Proficiency in Excel and Word.  Requires a high school diploma and three years of related experience in an accounting function.  Year-round position, salary DOE.

Summer Seasonal Employment

Applications are still being accepted for the following departments:

  • Adventure Park/Alpine Slide – Adventure Park attendants
  • Lift Department – Lift operator (must be 18 yrs old)
  • Mountain Department – Small Engine Mechanic
  • Food and Beverage Department – cooks and catering
  • Housekeeping (Collins Lake Resort) – housekeeper - please click here to download the appropriate application
  • Maintenance (Collins Lake Resort) – maintenance - please click here to download the appropriate application
  • Security (Collins Lake Resort) - security - please click here to download the appropriate application

Winter Seasonal Employment

We have both full and part time positions available during both day and night shifts.  Our winter season typically starts around mid-November and runs to mid-April. Most positions require that you work both weekends and holidays.  We encourage you to submit your completed application as soon as possible, preferably by November 1st.

Applications may be submitted for positions within the following departments:

  • Guest Services – Guest services agent
  • Rental Shop Department – shift manager, cashier, ski technician, boot fitter, ski check
  • Lift Department – lift operator (18 yrs old), ticket checker
  • Snowtubing Park – tow operators (18 yrs old), attendants
  • Mountain Department – lift mechanic, grooming supervisor
  • Terrain Park – terrain park attendant
  • Base Area – parking lot crew, ticket checker, shuttle driver, bus driver
  • Ski Patrol – patroller
  • Food and Beverage Department – cook, cashier, bartender, barista
  • Housekeeping (Collins Lake Resort) – housekeeper - please click here to download the appropriate application
  • Maintenance (Collins Lake Resort) – maintenance - please click here to download the appropriate application
  • Security (Collins Lake Resort) - security - please click here to download the appropriate application

Contact our Human Resources Department

Phone: 503.272.3206, ext. 1103
Fax: 503.272.3021
Mail: PO Box 280, Government Camp, OR 97028

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Mt Hood Skibowl has a long and storied history. The area held some of the earliest organized events on Mt. Hood, including a jumping event for the National Ski Association in 1929. Kirk Hanna purchased Skibowl out of bankruptcy in 1987 and has operated it longer than any other owner. Hanna revolutionized the area by developing an extensive summer Adventure Park, allowing for a year-round, stable workforce and hedging against mother nature. Skibowl prides itself in being a “family” resort. Our employees work together and help out other departments, keeping us flexible and innovative. With this business model and mindset, we all have a bright future!


Working on the mountain is a fun, unique and memorable experience. Each employee plays a vital role in our daily operations. The success of you and your teammates depends on each employee being on time, working their scheduled shift, and taking the initiative to help out wherever needed. Be prepared to work in all weather conditions.


There are private rentals in Government Camp & the Welches area. The Summit Apartments in Government Camp are a great option for those who meet income requirements. Ask our HR department for more information.


Our employees are in constant contact with our guests. Your attitude and appearance reflect upon Skibowl, so we expect a high standard of personal appearance. Dreadlocks are not acceptable as a hairstyle and are not allowed. Attire must be kept clean and neat at all times. Management will evaluate the appearance of prospective employees.

Terms and Conditions

The employer-employee relationship at Skibowl is “at-will.” This means that an employee has the right to resign at any time, with or without cause. It also means that Skibowl has the right to terminate an employee at any time, with or without cause. Former employees who left the company in good standing and wish to be considered for employment should contact their supervisor prior to the operating season. Annual re-hiring of seasonal employees is not guaranteed. Any employee who is discharged from Skibowl is ineligible for re-hire.


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