There’s a side of Big
Sky, Montana that speaks to those seeking something special. A vast 8,000 acre
landscape where stunning natural beauty and an endless array of alpine
adventures blend together to create a private club and mountain living
experience like no other.
it’s winter or summer, Moonlight Basin is something you won’t soon forget. The
mountain scenery, the direct access to some of the finest skiing at Big Sky
Resort, the hiking, the golf and so much more all add up to the perfect place
to work and enjoy Montana.
Basin is located right in the middle of the best things to see and do in
Montana. You can visit Yellowstone National Park. Explore the national forest
and wilderness lands. Come down to the town of Big Sky and shop, eat, and catch
some music. Bozeman is a short drive and easily accessible by Skyline Bus.
Guide is a Moonlight Outfitters position requiring extensive outdoor activity
experience and the personality and ability to relate to and build trust with
Moonlight Basin members, families, and guests in a safe and fun learning
environment. Activities guides facilitate member activities such as archery,
mountain biking, hiking, floating, park tours and high ropes course instruction.
Safety and fun within a unique outdoor
experience are the ultimate goals of the Moonlight Outfitters.
JOB DUTIES: To perform this job successfully, an
individual must be able to perform each job function satisfactorily, which includes:
organize, and facilitate safe, fun, and professional instruction/guiding within
group and private setting in accordance with the guidelines of the Moonlight
member/guest skills and needs and tailor session appropriately for ability,
goals, and environmental conditions.
rental equipment and help keep all facilitation areas neat and clean.
out for days’ activities and determine the next day’s schedule with Supervisor
carry charged cell phone and radio to be in communication with supervisors on
all concerns, questions, potential problems, and scheduling issues with
in all required training, safety, and educational clinics.
safety protocols. Make sound decisions regarding safety issues related to
weather, changing conditions, animals, and client behaviors.
in special events as needed.
Performs other related duties as required and
good judgment, and self-confidence.
professional, positive, and courteous demeanor.
desire and ability to work in a cooperative, team-oriented atmosphere.
verbal and written communication skills with a variety of ages and skill
to interact comfortably and seamlessly with an affluent group of members and
to initiate work activities, seeks responsibility, and makes efforts to improve
knowledge and skills.
guiding or facilitating client-based winter and summer recreational programs in
terrain like that found in SW Montana.
with flora and fauna, geography, and geology of SW Montana
good judgement, self confidence
of summer and winter hazards and ways to minimize risks for yourself and
CPR/AED Adult, infant and child
first aid preferred.
combination of education and experience
to stand, sit, walk, hike, bike, for six to ten hours a day as required.
to use various tools and equipment as required.
outside in all temperatures and conditions six to ten hours a day as
at the waist, twist upper body, kneel, crawl, climb, reach above
shoulders, flex and extend ankle, knee, and hip joints.
and carry up to 75 lbs., push and pull 10-20 lbs.
to work as many as 14 days consecutively during peak periods.
This job description is only a summary of the typical functions of this
position and should not serve as an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all the
possible duties, tasks and responsibilities for this specific job. The responsibilities, tasks, and duties
of this position might differ from those outlined above and other duties may be
assigned as necessary.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.