Pizza in Vail and Beaver Creek, appetizers, salads, subs, Italian food
Blue Moose Pizza Jobs Vail
EXPERIENCE FOUR SEASONS HOTELS AND RESORTS
Jobs at the Four Seasons Vail
Vail Resort Jobs(Current Openings)
Host – Game Creek Restaurant – FT & PT – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain Winter Seasonal
Cleaning Attendant – The 10th – FT & PT – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain
Expediter/Food Runner – Game Creek Restaurant – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain
Busser – Game Creek Restaurant – FT & PT – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain
Server Assistant/Food Runner, The 10th – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain
Host/Hostess, The 10th – Winter Seasonal – FT or PT – Vail Mountain
Beaver Creek Club Concierge – Holiday Help – Beaver Creek Resort Beaver Creek
Intermediate Cook – Game Creek Restaurant – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain
Dishwasher – Game Creek Restaurant – Winter Seasonal – Vail Mountain
Lead Steward – Outpost Restaurants – Keystone Resort
Lead Warehouse Clerk – Outpost Restaurants – Year Round (10-Month) – Keystone Resort
Accommodation in Vail
VAIL – Work & Travel 2017-18 facebook group for networking
Craigslist Be careful of scammers
Local Lifestyle in Vail:
by Michelle, 25, American
You can live real classy in Vail, but you don’t have to. It’s a lovely blend of local
families, rich people who come to visit their 3rd mansion house for a few weeks out of the year, and the beautiful collection of ski and snowboard bums. There is a lot of fine dining and high-end bars in Vail that are ridiculously expensive. Then, there are our local, more-affordable spots. There is live music every night in quite a few bars. Vail brings in big music artists to perform free shows at various outdoor places around the village. Vail is an over-all good time, with good people.
In terms of skiing or snowboarding, Vail is coveted as one of the largest ski resorts in the world with more than 5,200 acres of skiable terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls spanning seven miles, and the most groomed terrain on the planet, Vail has been an extraordinary winter vacation destination for passionate skiers and snowboarders for more than 50 years.
How I got to Vail:
About a week after I got my grades turned in for the classes I was teaching for
my assistantship at CMU, I social media hitch-hiked across the country, by asking via Facebook status for a ride out West. I didn’t care where. The post caught a friend’s attention and he asked me to accompany him on his journey to multiple big cities out West where he would do some job searching. Once we got to Denver, I had one old college friend pick me up and take me where he lived up in the mountains—Vail! Three days later I decided I couldn’t leave this place and got a job, then an apartment. I still travel, but Vail is my home base.
I currently live in a neighborhood just west of the villages, called Matterhorn,
in West Vail. I live a building the locals call “The Triplex”. There are 3 townhomes attached, 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in each. It is really close to the bus stop in Matterhorn. If you are a good enough skier, you can ski home to Matterhorn! I pay $800 per month, utilities included; internet and cable not included. I live with three guys. There are a lot of ski and snowbum locals living in the surrounding houses. It’s the best location in Vail! The rent I pay is the low-end of average for housing in Vail. The property managers are friends with one of my roommates. We can smoke and drink in the house, but cigarettes are expected to be smoked outside.
Bartender / lead server at Blue Moose Pizza in Lionshead Village, Vail –
Not a corporate business. Tips make your night! All restaurants are packed all winter in Vail. Great staff – team oriented. Managers have our backs here, which is not always the case at fine dining restaurants. Housing not provided. Ski pass deal! Free bus system in Vail, and can get the ECO bus pass reimbursed if you live outside of Vail. Great Pizza 😉