Housekeeper (Seasonal)- Rocky Mountain

NOLS

Employment Type Full time Part-time available too, this job is seasonal.
Location On site · USA Lander, Wyoming
Salary $13 (USD) per hour
Team NOLS Rocky Mountain
Seniority Junior
  • Closing: This role has no specific closing date.

Job Description

NOLS Rocky Mountain seeks a seasonal housekeeper to support our spring and summer operations in Lander, WY. Housekeepers work on a team to maintain a safe, clean, comfortable living and working environment for NOLS students and staff at the Rocky Mountain campus (502 Lincoln Street) and associated Noble Hotel (288 Main Street).

Key Logistical Information:

  • Start date: April or May 2024.

  • End Date: August or September 2024.

What does a Housekeeper do?

The housekeeper works on a team of two to four housekeepers, depending on the season. They work together to clean the dormitory rooms, dining room, lobby, hallways, restrooms, and offices at the Noble Hotel and NOLS Rocky Mountain. More specifically, housekeeper duties involve:

  • Vacuuming, dusting, sweeping;

  • Wiping and mopping floors and surfaces;

  • Cleaning toilets, sinks, showers;

  • Moving and cleaning furniture;

  • Restocking paper products, soaps, etc.;

  • Washing, drying, folding, and organizing laundry;

  • Tidying and organizing; 

  • Checking for maintenance, safety, security, or other problems;

  • Interacting with hotel guests (students, staff, and instructors).

What makes a great Housekeeper? 

We are looking for people who share our values and are keen to learn and develop their expertise. We are looking for candidates with the skills listed below. We expect to provide training and development support in some of the areas.

  • A good attitude;

  • Reliable and able to keep to scheduled hours;

  • Attention to detail;

  • A strong work ethic;

  • Pleasant and helpful when interfacing with colleagues, students, and the public;

  • Able to push carts, work from a ladder, lift objects overhead, and lift up to 35 pounds repeatedly;

  • Good manual dexterity, coordination, and stamina;

  • Able to work weekends

Who are we and what can we offer you?

NOLS is a nonprofit global wilderness school that seeks to help people step forward boldly as a leader.

We believe that anyone can be a leader; it is our role to provide the environment and training to help people discover their full potential. We do that in classrooms close to home and in remote wilderness areas around the world. We are an organization with heart, expertise, and wildness, and these qualities help us support powerful, authentic experiences.

NOLS really is a great place to work:

  • We have locations in seven U.S. states, and six countries; and courses in all 50 U.S. states and over 10 countries.

  • We have fantastic employee discounts on top outdoor gear brands

  • All employees can benefit of free Outdoor Equipment "Rental" at our various locations

  • Wellness Time: Accrued leave that may be used for many HR-approved reasons throughout the season.

  • Employee Assistance Program: Access to counselors that are available 24/7 to assist employees with work-life balance concerns.

Next steps

All you need to do is start the process by clicking the "Start your application" button at the top of this screen. In the application, you'll let us know why you're interested in the position and submit a resume. Interviews will be offered on a rolling basis.

Alternatively, you may drop off your resume in person with Katie Craig at NOLS Rocky Mountain, 502 Lincoln Street in Lander.

Additional Information

For this position, candidates need to have legal working rights in the United States.

Pre-Employment Check

  • A criminal background check is required from all NOLS employees.

  • NOLS participates in E-verify for U.S. employees, and other relevant employment verification systems based on location.

  • Current NOLS employees please note it is NOLS policy to conduct an internal reference check with human resources and/or your current supervisor as part of the reference check process. If you have any questions or concerns about this process please contact peopleteam@nols.edu.

Equal Employment Opportunity

NOLS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetics information, disability unrelated to job or admission requirements, or status as a protected veteran. The school’s nondiscrimination policy applies to all phases of its employment process, its admission and financial aid programs, and to all other aspects of its educational programs and activities. Retaliation directed to any person who pursues a discrimination complaint or grievance, participates in a discrimination investigation, or otherwise opposes unlawful discrimination is prohibited.

Reasonable Accommodation

NOLS values community and fosters a sense of belonging for our employees and applicants. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations in the workplace because they embody these values, as well as our operating principle of promoting a positive, safe, and learning environment. Reasonable accommodations may be requested for disability; limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition; religion; and domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or harassment. Reasonable accommodations may be requested at any point of the employment process, including during recruitment. Please email peopleteam@nols.edu with your request.

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