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Employees Love Working At Bridger Bowl

Looking for a workplace that fits an outdoor adventure lifestyle? Come work for Bridger Bowl, where the adventure never ends!

Seasonal Positions

Full-time, seasonal positions usually begin in December. Holidays and weekends are the busiest and employees can expect to be working during these times. Most positions are full-time during the ski season. Part-time positions are very limited.

For any questions about employment please contact the HR Manager at

Work Hard, Play Harder!

Bridger is looking for enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking people interested in providing a great visitor experience at one of the coolest places in the Bozeman area.

Check out current job openings and apply online today!

Bridger Bowl employees enjoy fantastic benefits, including …

  • Competitive wages
  • Free skiing/riding
    • - Full-time employees: Free Season Pass + dependent passes or 5-day tickets
    • - Part-time employees: Free Season Pass
  • Free skiing/riding at other Montana ski resorts
  • Discounted skiing at ISAA resorts
  • Free skiing at Grand Targhee (full-time employees)
  • Free transportation to/from Bozeman
  • Paid sick leave
  • 50% off food
  • Discounted lessons
  • Discounts on rentals & retail purchases
  • Free event entry (non-prize events only)
  • End-of-season bonuses
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance and more for year-round staff

Information Regarding Employment at Bridger Bowl

Please read the following information, as it should help answer most questions about applying for employment at Bridger Bowl.


Departments at Bridger Bowl conduct hiring on a varied schedule, typically starting the end of September through the beginning of November. The openings in each department vary from season to season. Bridger Bowl is fortunate to have many returning employees (65% - 70% of the workforce) and may not always have openings in all departments.

A personal face-to-face interview is typically required of all employment candidates. Bridger Bowl is primarily a winter operation so many department managers begin work for the winter season in mid- September. Employment inquiries received prior to October, will not receive responses until the department manager returns to work for the winter season.

International Applications

Bridger Bowl does not sponsor international workers under H2B or J-1 Visas.

Operating Season

Scheduled dates of operation for the 2023-2024 ski season are Dec 8, 2023 - Apr 7, 2024. If conditions permit, the area may open for weekends-only, beginning Thanksgiving and/or extend beyond the April closing date.

Bridger Bowl is primarily a winter operation and is snow dependent. Montana usually enjoys excellent snow conditions but sometimes it arrives late. Low or delayed snowfall may result in not be able to open all or part of the ski area as scheduled. In that event, work may not be available until there is adequate snow coverage to operate.

Summer employment at Bridger Bowl is limited to a small workforce in mountain operations and food service. Many of the positions in mountain operations are held by long-term employees and openings are rare. Food service summer operations are from late June through early September; these positions are typically filled by employees from the previous winter.

Employee Housing

There is no employee housing available at the mountain. Most employees live in the nearby towns of Bozeman (16 miles), Belgrade (26 miles) and Livingston (28 miles). Apartment rentals in Bozeman range, on average, from $900 to $1200+ per room. Lower priced units can be easier to find in Belgrade and Livingston.


An employee shuttle bus will be available seven days a week throughout the ski season. The bus will pick up at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds at 7:25am and return to the fairgrounds around 5:25pm daily.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Bridger Bowl accepts and celebrates differences for the benefit of employees, visitors, and community. Bridger Bowl is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace where all employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, and business need.