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Glacier National Park

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The Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton, Alberta

Glacier Park, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer committed to operating ethically under our Always Honest policy, which ensures that our ensures that our reputation for integrity continues to be one of our most valuable assets.

We are committed to providing outstanding guest service from the day we open our doors in the spring to the moment the last guest of the season departs in autumn.  With more than 2 million guests per summer, the season is fast-paced and challenging.  We are here to ensure that each guest leaves Waterton-Glacier with memories that will last a lifetime.

Dates of employment vary based on job location. Seasonal positions typically run from late May or early June through mid to late September. Candidates who are available for the entire season will be given preference when being considered for a position.

Work Week

A typical work week in Waterton-Glacier is 5 days on and 2 days off.  Because of the nature of our business, we do not adhere to normal Monday – Friday schedules.   
Employees typically work between 32 and 40 hours per week however hours and positions will vary based on time of season and guest traffic. Overtime may at times be offered and/or required.
Employees must be willing to work varied shifts, which may include morning, afternoon, and evening shifts, as well as split shifts. Flexibility is key.


Wages are varied depending on position, however most positions are entry level and are compensated at Montana (USA) or Alberta (Canada) minimum wage. 2015 minimum wage in Montana (U.S.) is $8.05 per hour. 2015 Alberta (Canada) minimum wage is $9.20 / $10.20 per hour.

Managers are eligible for complimentary Meals & Lodging as part of their compensation package.
All employees are paid on a bi-weekly schedule.  Because of the remote nature of our properties, direct deposit of paychecks is recommended.  Glacier Park, Inc. does not cash paychecks.

Uniform / Appearance

We expect all employees to take pride in their appearance.  Our standards are conservative and strictly enforced.

Position-specific uniforms are required and must be maintained by the employee for a clean and neat appearance at all times.  Most positions require the employee to furnish some portion of the uniform (specific information provided at time of hire).

All employees must maintain clean hairstyles that are neatly cut, styled and of natural color.  Extremes such as dreadlocks and mohawks are prohibited.
Limited piercings and tattoos are permissible. Body piercings and excessive ear piercings are not permitted while on duty. Spacers and gauged earrings larger than #2 are not permitted. Excessive or offensive tattoos must be covered for work.

Conservative, well-maintained and fully cultivated facial hair no longer than one quarter (1/4) inch is acceptable. Elsewise, employees must be clean shaven.

Background Checks

Glacier Park, Inc. is committed to maintaining a safe and hospitable environment for our guests and employees.  All employees must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

Drugs & Alcohol

Glacier Park, Inc. is committed to making a significant and sustainable impact on ending alcohol and drug abuse/misuse amongst our employees.  If you choose to abuse alcohol, engage in excessive drinking, or the use of illegal substances, we ask that you do not consider coming to work for Glacier Park, Inc.

The legal drinking age in Montana (USA) is 21.  The legal drinking age in Alberta (Canada) is 19.  Underage drinking will not be tolerated and is enforced by Park Rangers, Glacier Park, Inc. management and security.

All facilities are smoke-free.  Designated smoking areas are provided.

Housing Deposit

Glacier Park, Inc. requires a $100 housing deposit due upon acceptance of a job offer for all employees who will occupy company facilities (exceptions may be made at the discretion of the Director of Human Resources).