The average hourly pay for a Ski Patroller is $14.86.
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Job Description for Ski Patroller
A ski patroller generally works at a ski resort to ensure that the environment is safe for guests. They enforce the resort's rules, as well as educate guests on these rules and their importance. A key part of this position is responding to emergency situations and aiding, rescuing and evacuating guests as necessary; this includes providing first aid and emergency medical care as needed. Hazards may also have to be removed by the ski patroller; for example, this may include conducting trail check…Read more
Ski Patroller Tasks
- Patrol and prepare mountain areas, identifying safety hazards and classifying trails.
- Report on mountain conditions, accidents, hours, and inventory.
- Mitigate, mark, and communicate hazards.
- Close mountain areas, patrolling to ensure all skiers are out of the area.
- Respond to accidents and emergencies, providing care and transport.
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Pay by Experience Level for Ski Patroller
An early career Ski Patroller with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $12.84 based on 10 salaries. A mid-career Ski Patroller with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $16.44 based on 6 salaries. An experienced Ski Patroller with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $18.50 based on 9 salaries.
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