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Trail Maintenance – Premier Private Club located in a quintessential Mountain Lake Town in Idaho!

Shore Lodge Whitetail Club

Mccall, Idaho

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18 Years Old

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Job Description

Whitetail Club is the premier exclusive Club in the Pacific Northwest, we are proud to say a Platinum club of America! The allure of this hidden gem in McCall, Idaho stems from the natural luxuries of the area, which are at once action-packed and serene. Seasons here present their own prospects for adventure and relaxation— from thrilling mountain bike trails to ancient hot springs. If you can imagine supporting our Member's Interests in their personal year-round playground, this is the job for you. It is here that nature provides countless acres of wilderness to support an active lifestyle, Whitetail Club delivers luxury every step of the way. Come support our continued success by enhancing our Member’s requests providing freedom for them to delve into nature’s activities. We invite you to experience working on the edge of the wild.

Our Trail Maintenance Team ensures that our members’ and their guests’ experiences are fulfilled at 5 Star/4 Diamond service level. The mission of our Trail Maintenance Department is to develop, preserve, and enhance Whitetail Club’s natural resources for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future members and their guests. Provides a quality trail system for enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities that educate and inspire current and future Members of Whitetail Club. Work is often performed in the backcountry and trails range in elevation from 5000 feet to 7500 feet above sea level. This is a manual labor position that requires being outdoors and exposed to the elements on a daily basis.

• Maintain and improve existing trail systems on Whitetail Club property which includes 10 miles of single-track mountain bike trails.
• Greet and welcome members during general business and maintenance duties.
• Perform motorized and non-motorized trail maintenance.
• Use of hand hand-tools, chain saws, off road Vehicles, skid steer/tractor, etc.
• Assist other positions such as maintenance or engineering services as needed.
• Coordinates work for the trail crew.
• Leads planning, evaluating, training and team building initiatives to ensure work completion while ensuring safety of the trail crew.

• Ability to perform physical work outside, sometimes in inclement weather
• Able to work autonomously or in small groups to accomplish the tasks needed
• Able to multi-task while providing superior customer service
• Ability to convey an exemplary level of service by communicating effectively with and receiving information from members, guests and coworkers
• Possess and maintain a clean driving record and valid driver’s license
• Previous Guest Service Experience
• Knowledge of how to operate an excavator is preferred.

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