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NSP Nationl Board Eelection
This is a slate of candidates recommended by Central Division.
Central Division is looking to diversify the board, and here are the candidates
recommended by the Central Division
Julie Stone
Nancy Pitstick
Bill Sinykin
Ken Kramer

Go to nsp.org to vote.

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WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A SKI PATROLLER:

 

  1. You must be at least 18 years of age
  2. Must pass current OEC and CPR Certification
  3. Ability to effectively communicate with everyone
  4. Ability to handle stressful situations in a professional manner, calling for assistance when necessary
  5. Ability to quickly respond to emergencies and distress situations, following NSP and local protocol

WHAT A SKI PATROLLER DOES:

  1. Promote a positive and safe experience for all visiting patrons
  2. Enforce rules and ensure safety of all patrons through effective interface on hill
  3. Maintain professionalism on the hill and in the lodge
  4. Ability to work days, evenings, weekends and holidays
  5. Help keep the ski patrol hut clean and orderly
  6. Communicate ski area policies, rules and schedules in a clear fashion to patrons
  7. Alert supervisory staff (hill Leader) to dangerous or potentially dangerous situations
  8. Perform and assist in emergencies (perform CPR, first aid, rescue,)
  9. Ensure appropriate use of equipment including toboggans, radios, skis, snowboards, ropes and chair evacuation equipment.
  10. Regulate skiers and boarders on the lifts, trails and monitor the magic carpet and bunny hills
  11. Responsible for minor maintenance, cleaning and upkeep of ski hut and ski area.
  12. Attend annual medical refresher, CPR refresher, and chair evacuation refresher
  13. Work a minimum of one shift at the annual ski swap including set-up, sales, intake of equipment and take-down
  14. Alpine patrollers must attend an annual toboggan refresher
  15. Be familiar with the Ski Patrol Handbook and National Ski Patrol Policy and Procedures
  16. Ski Patrollers are generally the first person on the lift in the morning and the last person off the hill after closing
  17. Perform other duties as assigned

IF YOU THINK YOU ARE RIGHT PERSON FOR THIS JOB, PLEASE click on the Join link above