Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts Banff Grounds Labourer

Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts
Banff, AB
Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts
Banff, AB

Banff, AB
Full job description

The Grounds Labourer is responsible for maintaining the lodge’s grounds to the highest standards, ensuring guest satisfaction and adhering to safety protocols.


Maintenance Manager

As Required

Keep sidewalks, roads, stair areas, patios, and balconies clear of ice and snow.
Remove icicles from roofs and windows.
Assist in snow removal using hand tools, heavy equipment, and clearing snow from roofs.
Maintain cleanliness of lodge grounds, including litter pickup and waste management.
Handle and manage wood supplies, including piling, stacking, and delivery.
Check and maintain equipment daily.
Flexibility to work varied shifts depending on weather conditions.
Assist with general maintenance tasks in staff accommodation areas if needed.
Operate heavy equipment for grounds maintenance (experience is an asset).
Perform other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Manager.

Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
At least 6 months of experience in landscaping or grounds maintenance.
Physical ability to perform tasks such as shoveling and climbing ladders.
Experience in maintenance labor is beneficial.
Ability to work flexible shifts, including extreme weather conditions.
Good physical dexterity for manual tasks.
Comfortable working outdoors throughout all seasons.

Please note that only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts (CRMR) is committed to building a workplace where everyone can succeed and belong. As Bow Valley Workplace Inclusion Charter signatory, we are working to build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive team environment. We value a wide range of skills, experiences, and backgrounds; and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. CRMR is continuously evolving our systems and practices to remove barriers so all equity seeking groups can succeed.

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