Our Seasonal positions are only available in the summer months. They are all open for summer 2019, and we begin accepting applications in January.
Carpenter, Head - OPEN NOW Responsible for all carpentry projects in the village. Works closely with the Facilities Lead on maintenance and remodel projects. Responsible for overseeing the safety training and organization of the carpentry shop. Experience with a variety of woodworking equipment and construction techniques required. Supports a high level of safety practices.
Graphic Designer - OPEN NOW Responsible for conceptualization and design of solutions from concept to completion. Must be a highly visual designer that has the ability to communicate information in both word and image. Position is directly responsible for the overall design and illustrative visuals for use in our publications and on-line communications. Serves as principle coordinator for graphic publication production while managing to a prescribed budget. Works collaboratively with the Communications Coordinator and/or contributing writers to realize a final product. The ideal candidate will also have the ability to prepare design for print production. Also responsible for managing the publication process from concept through production and delivery, including photography, separations, 4-color press work and digital production. Proficiency with InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop a must. Education required: BFA in Graphic Design preferred or an equivalent of education plus experience. Desired skills and experience includes: five or more years of graphic arts and publications experience with proven project management skills; strong working knowledge of printing, publishing and/or graphic art procedures and related computer software; experience in managing to a budget and the ability to work with a variety of projects and vendors. Please include in your application a portfolio of work for this admittedly unique and remote position.
Housekeeper, Head - Open December 2018 Self-starter who can create a vision of hospitality throughout the Village. Keeps public spaces clean and orderly. Cleans guest rooms and program facilities. Manages and organizes housekeeping supplies and supervises the housekeeping staff. The job requires some lifting and carrying, and the ability spend 6 hours a day on your feet. Good physical condition preferred.
Arts Enrichment and Outreach Lead - OPEN NOW Part of the Guest Experience Team and supervises the Village Potter, Art Studio Coordinator, Village Artists, and Art Studio Assistants; oversees the Artist Residency Program, Snowdance Film Festival and Arts in the Cascades retreat; maintains and develops Village art inventory; cultivate & maintain the Art Gallery and new artists; orders and maintains supplies for the studios; collaborates with the Executive Directors and Education and Program Team to generate ways to creatively organize programming and special events that foster relationships with the wider community and the arts; and teaches art. The ideal candidate is detailed oriented, possesses excellent organizational skills and has the ability to work well independently, as well as in a collaborative setting. Excellent written communication and oral presentation skills are necessary. The ability and desire to think creatively is a must, and a background in the visual arts is preferred. Art educators, museum educators, and arts administrators are all a good fit for this position. A two year commitment is preferred.