Working at Mont SUTTON, it is 60 trails, 230 acres of pure joy and a microclimate that allows for generous snowfall! Are you a student, retired, newcomer or looking for new challenges, Mont SUTTON needs you!


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Position summary
Did you know that our team of snowmakers defies Mother Nature every winter? How do they do it? They install, operate, adjust and move snow guns, and they constantly monitor the quality and quantity of snow produced. If you like to work in nature and physically, if you are resourceful and the adventure challenges you, this job is for you!


Roles and responsibilities

  • Install, start, stop and move (manually or with motorized equipment) the snow guns;
  • Ensure proper functioning of hydrants;
  • Start pumps and compressors;
  • Use a propane torch to thaw some equipment;
  • Check the condition of supply lines, hoses and fittings;
  • Operate ski lifts in the event of freezing rain;
  • Clean trees and chairs overloaded with man-made snow;
  • Carry out continuous checks on the quality of produced snow.

The task list is not exhaustive and represents an overview of the tasks the applicant has to fulfill.


Skills and qualifications

  • Ease to work in a team;
  • Functional knowledge of French and English, an asset.


Aptitudes and Qualities

  • Punctual, honest, professional and responsible;
  • Autonomous;
  • Good physical condition;
  • Ability to work noisy environment, in the cold and darkness (use of mining lamp).


Schedule and duration

  • Seasonal (mid-November to end of February);
  • 12 hours shift, night or daytime (8 a.m. to 8 p.m. or 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.)




or send us your CV at or contact us at 450 538-2545, extension 115


We will evaluate your request carefully. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
*The use of the masculine gender has been adopted to facilitate the reading and has no discriminatory intent.