Mont SUTTON is hiring!

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Did you miss the Dream Job Day on October 5th? Don’t worry! There are still many positions to fill at the mountain for the winter season!


Whether you are retired, a student, a newcomer or simply looking for new challenges, there is definitely a job for you!


Full-time, part-time, week, weekend or night, we probably have a job to offer. Depending on your strengths and interests, there is definitely a place for you!

Which position is for me if…


  • I’m good with my hands


Apprentice Mechanic, Lift Mechanic, Lift Maintenance Manager or Workshop Technician require manual skills.


  • I like being outside!


Snowmaker, Snowmaking Assistant Manager, Ski Lift Operator, Information Agent and Ticket Controller and Parking Attendant certainly need a tough person to face the cold!


  • I like to cook


There is no doubt that Cook or Kitchen Assistant would be a good choice. Great team guaranteed!


  • I am a good seller


A position of Sale Advisor at the Boutique Expérience SUTTON will surely please you!


  • I am the master of inventories!


The Stock Keeper handles the receipt, the storage and the distribution of goods for our four chalet-restaurants.


  • I love to interact with people


Ticket Agent, Cashier, Petit Tucker Attendant or Ski or Snowboard Instructor allow you to inform, serve or guide customers to make a difference in their experience at the mountain!


You’re not convinced yet?


Here are the benefits of being employed at Mont SUTTON: unlimited access to the mountain, advantageous discounts at the shop, the repair shop, the snow school, the cafeteria and the rental center, a payroll every week and a flexible schedule… not to mention a work environment like nowhere else and exceptional coworkers and superiors!


Here are also 10 other good reasons to join our team.


You are not from the region?


Would you like to settle in the Brome-Missisquoi area? The organization Make the move can help you with your plan! See the full article here.




Note: The masculine is used to lighten the text, without prejudice to the feminine form.




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