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Cheat Mountain Club seeks new Resident Manager

Nestled in the mountains of West Virginia, the Cheat Mountain Club is searching for a new Resident Manager. The Cheat Mountain Club is a 115 year old four season public country inn that was once one of the most famous private hunting lodges in the eastern U.S. Today, the Cheat Mountain Club welcomes families and visitors searching for adventures fly fishing, cycling, or cross country skiing. The Club is located in Durbin, West Virginia, aside the Shavers Fork River.

The position of Resident Manager requires an experienced and mature person, interested in living on site full time. This Manager will oversee operations of the Club including customer relationship management, food and beverage management, staff and facilities management, marketing and community relations, and recreation management. Prior experience in customer service, hotel management, food and beverage service, personnel management, budgeting, marketing and outdoor recreation is desired.

For more information on this position, please contact Cheat Mountain Club at (304) 456-4627. For more information on the Cheat Mountain Club, please visit their web site at www.cheatmountainclub.com.

Whitetail looking for Ski Patrol Director

Pennsylvania’s Whitetail Ski Resort has an opening for Director of Ski Patrol Operations. According to the resort, a qualified candidate will have experience in Ski Patrol Management, an active National Ski Patrol membership, and strong leadership, communication and team building skills. Interested parties should fax their resume to Whitetail at (717) 328-5529 or contact Mike Schuman at mschuman@skiwhitetail.com or Lonnie Whitcomb at lwhitcomb@skiliberty.com.

Roundtop looking for retail shop manager

Ski Roundtop has an opening for a retail shop manager to manage their new ski and snowboard retail shop. Retail management experience is a must; ski industry experience is preferred. For more information on this position, contact Sue Watkins at (717) 432-9631.

About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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