if your cool with young kids, then definately go for the teaching. you sometimes get tips from parents.
you should be proud of me,,, usually the first few posts are smart ass super clever witty comments, however i've restrained myself
mad discounts on Caf food = normally priced food outside of any ski resort
i work lift ops. so damn easy, it blows when its cold out and you wanna ski, but i stand around and get payed to mess around, and i just chill there in the booth on the top of the hill, along with awesome chillng
I've taught little kids and I've also been a lifty, and I can say that without a doubt, I'd much rather teach then be a lifty.
Being a lifty kinda sucked, standing outside in the cold watching all these people have fun, shredding the pow... It was especially depressing when sitting at the top of the lift... If you like sitting in a hut watching the snow blow listening to music and watching your friends wave at you before they go rip lines.... depressing.
Teaching was more fun, you get some cool little kids sometimes, but it can really go either way, there are some brats for sure.
I would say be a busser, or a cashier in the caf. Rental tech would suck on days where you get elementary/highschool kids coming in.... but i dunno how often that really happens, never worked rentals.
Dub post, muh bad.
Chillest job by far would probably be patrol, but I really can't say as I've never been a patrol guy. Always wanted to. Go ski around, help people, fuck around with stoners (funny story). Sounds like a decent job. Probably need some first aid training, and need to be older though.
K, last thing to add. No matter what position you choose to take, make it a goal to get to know the managers of all the departments, and get on there good side. yo, i'm not sayin get down on all fours and startt suckin cock, unless u like that shit
But friends in high places = tickets for friends, rentals for friends, food for friends, and demos for YOU..... etc