Florida first snow park, Snowcat Ridge, is now hiring for 160 new positions

‘I’m a Florida-based ski-lift attendant,’ sounds cool, right?

click to enlarge Florida first snow park, Snowcat Ridge, is now hiring for 160 new positions
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Want to feel like you’ve escaped this god-forsaken state without actually leaving? Head to Florida’s first ever snow park. Want to take it a step further? Apply for one of the 160 open positions at the frozen hill.

Snowcat Ridge, which is set to open Nov. 20, is looking to fill 160 full and part-time positions, including snow tubing attendants, cashiers, janitors, ski lift attendants, concessions, and shift supervisors. Applicants must be at least 18 years old.

Snowcat Ridge is about a 40-minute drive from Tampa in Dade City at 27839 Saint Joe Rd.

On Wednesday, a representative from the park told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that they weren’t able to immediately confirm the positions’ range of hours or pay. We’ll update his post with any new information.

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Thomas Holton

Thomas Holton is a journalism student at the University of Florida with an interest in music, culture, and Florida.

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