Position Available: December 2020-March 2021
Under guidance prepares and serves food in dining areas. May greet guests and accept payments at cash registers. Cleans kitchens, dining areas and associated restrooms and ensures good appearance of all Food Service areas. Promotes SMR by high quality interface with guests. Position requires ability to carry up to 40 lbs weight a distance of 20 feet and to be on one’s feet for extended periods. In winter Volunteer may be assigned to the Skinny Ski Café, a separate location from the main dining area but in close proximity to the Nordic Ski Center. The Buckboard Grill is a separate location within SMR’s Main Reception and Administration Building. This position carries similar responsibilities to those of the Food Service Volunteer but within a smaller facility. In addition prepares sack lunches for staff and guests and, on occasions, sets up and assists at summer outdoor cookouts. At peak times some evening work may be required.
6 weeks for first time volunteer in this position
As an On-Grounds Volunteer, there is a minimum service of at least 24 - 28 hours per week depending on the season. Peak Times - 28 Hours per Week - Saturday before Memorial Day through Saturday after Labor Day; Two Saturdays before Christmas through 1st weekend of April. Off-Peak Times - 24 Hours per Week - 1st weekend of April through Saturday before Memorial Day; Saturday after Labor Day through 2 Saturdays before Christmas
Maintain sanitary work and dining areas, which exceed state health standards.
Operate commercial food service equipment (i.e. dishwasher, slicer, and mixer).
Assist with meal preparation.
Able to stand for eight hours on concrete floors.
Lift 35 lbs. up to 36" off the ground.
Demonstrate the ability to fluently read, write and speak English.
Check and sell meal guest tickets at the "check stand".
Operate cash register and balance cash box.
Keep service lines clean and fully stocked with food and supplies (plates, cups, etc.)
Clean dining tables.
Sweep and mop floors
Other duties as assigned.
Volunteers are held accountable for all duties of this position. This volunteer description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications associated with this position. For any position a supervisor may assign other duties from time to time which are required to ensure efficient and timely completion of overall Snow Mountain Ranch goals. Teaming within and across departments is expected.
General YMCA of the Rockies Requirements:
Uphold and reflect the YMCA core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Faith in all functions
Uphold the YMCA of the Rockies Mission, policies, and programs
Possess excellent customer service skills; for example, friendly, personable, helpful, patient, and professional
Support the Association safety program. Promote safe work practices and a safe environment for guests, members, and staff
Promote a cooperative, positive, and flexible atmosphere while working with others in a diverse environment
May be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays, depending on the position
Must meet acceptable criminal background check standards
Two uniform shirts or vest will be provided for you. You need to provide/wear your own comfortable, closed-toe shoes and trousers. Sweatpants or yoga type pants will not be permitted.
As a volunteer there is no compensation. Volunteer perks include:
Pinewood Lodge: A smaller dorm facility that can house up to 75 staff and is attached to our administration building. This is our senior housing, primarily serving our volunteer community. Rooms are doubles and can accommodate a couple. Each room has a full bathroom. There is a TV lounge with refrigerator and microwave. All rooms have a private telephone and internet access.
Geronimo Campground: A campground with 26 sites ranging from 15-50 Amps. All sites have electric hook ups while others have additional water and/or sewer. Geronimo camp sites are open from mid-May to mid-September depending on the weather.
Board (3 buffet-style meals per day, 7 days per week)
Access to the YMCA of the Rockies facilities, which include: an indoor pool, basketball gymnasium, fitness classes, hiking/biking/skiing trails, library, and an art center
Free passes for skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking, and golf (dependent on season and resort)
Free gear rentals for sports and outdoor activities
Employee programming, including free or discounted staff trips, provided by the Human Resources Office
Discounted nights at YMCA of the Rockies lodges (with some date restrictions based on season/occupancy) and various local restaurants
We have a zero tolerance policy for alcohol or drugs on property; in addition, no drug use is tolerated (including marijuana) during your employment with us whether on- or off-duty.
ABOUT THE YMCA OF THE ROCKIES:
The YMCA of the Rockies operates two year-round family resorts and conference centers on each side of Rocky Mountain National Park: Estes Park Center located in Estes Park, CO; Snow Mountain Ranch located in Winter Park, CO; and Camp Chief Ouray, a summer resident camp for kids located on the Snow Mountain Ranch property.
Snow Mountain Ranch (SMR) is located on the western side of the Rocky Mountain National Park, in a more remote area of Colorado known as the Fraser Valley, near Granby and Winter Park. In the winter, SMR is home to one of the largest Nordic ski areas in the country, with over 100 km of trails on the 5000-acre property. Winters at SMR can last up to eight months, but for winter enthusiasts, there is no place like it, with days and days of powder. In the summertime, SMR is surrounded by back-country forests and trails, with opportunities to get your boots or wheels in the dirt for many hours of fun.
We employ and provide volunteer positions for people of all ages, from across the country and the world, who want to experience the mountains and support our healthy spirit, mind, and body mission. Join us!
Please call our HR office at 970-887-2152 ext. 4109, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.