We offer our employees:

All applicants between the ages of 14 and 17: Please print the Parental Consent Form and return it along with your completed application. NO APPLICATION will be accepted from a minor without a signed parental consent form!

New Applicants:

For anyone who has not worked here before, or has not worked here for more than two years. Click to download the Website Employment Application, complete and return to Cascade Mountain.

Past Employees:

For anyone who has worked here one of the last two seasons. This does not automatically qualify you for re-employment; you will still need to be interviewed by your supervisor and receive a job offer. Click to download the Website Employment Re-Application, complete and return this form to Cascade Mountain Human Resources.

Applications can be dropped off in person during regular office hours or emailed to HR@cascademountain.com.

Questions? Email HR@cascademountain.com!

Applications are being accepted for the following positions:

Job Overview:

In search of an adventurous individual for a full-time year-round position with Cascade Mountain in South Central Wisconsin. Great attitude and any level of experience required. We are willing to train and invest in the future education of the right person. Competitive wages and benefits including but not limited to insurance, paid vacation, 401K and more. About 130 skiable acre resort and 450’ vertical with 11 different lifts ranging from rope tow to detachable quads. Wage range dependent on experience. Please call or email with any inquiries. Small, dedicated crew of about 24 full-time year-round associates that like to work hard and motivate each other within our privately owned resort. We have built an amazing team and would like to add to our family of industry professionals.


Minimum age is 18


Wage: Dependent upon experience and job performance

Job Overview:

IT Support will be the first point of contact for Cascade staff members who have problems or questions with IT equipment, and must be able to assist when necessary. IT Support will also work closely with the IT Manager and Office Manager, and assist with higher-level maintenance and upgrade projects. We are looking for a person who has great problem solving skills and a desire to expand their knowledge as they become more familiar with what makes Cascade run on a daily basis.

The specific duties of IT Support include but are not limited to:

  • Basic troubleshooting of Windows environment computers and peripherals.
  • Basic troubleshooting of network components.
  • Basic troubleshooting of other IT equipment (digital signage, ticket scanners, etc).
  • Basic configuration of the point of sale software environment.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Basic computer and networking skills required.
  • Must be able to be on your feet for the entire shift.
  • Must be able to lift 40 pounds.
  • Must be willing to work in all weather conditions. 
  • Must be able to work 60 or more hours per week seasonally, including weekends and holidays.
  • Minimum age is 18. 
  • Uniform and dress code required. Uniform jacket provided. 

Individuals that have prior experience with Siriusware software or Windows Server environments are preferred, but this is absolutely not a requirement.

Wage: Dependent upon experience, starting at $18. Full-time employment to be considered based on performance.

Job Overview: 

The overall goal of the Groomer and Equipment Operator shall be to ensure high-quality and safe skiable terrain. Communication with management and team is essential to providing the best value to our customers. Operators must ensure that assets within the grooming fleet are maintained and kept in clean and good working order. This year-round employee will be asked to assist in equipment operation and resort-wide maintenance. It is essential to ensure that assets within the equipment fleet are maintained and kept in clean and good working order. Groomers will be asked to help wherever necessary in aid of the common goal to exceed customers’ expectations and to maintain a safe and organized work environment.

The specific duties of a Groomer and Equipment Operator shall include but not be limited to:

  • Grooming and maintenance of all skiable terrain
  • Ongoing training of groomer equipment operation
  • Entering grooming records in orderly fashion
  • Maintain and facilitate equipment cleanliness
  • Assistance in preventative maintenance of grooming and equipment fleet (i.e. greasing, daily checklists, etc.
  • Communicate directly through work orders with fleet mechanics and manager
  • Facilitate slope maintenance at manager’s discretion (i.e. tree trimming, padding, etc.)
  • Communicate with grooming manager, snowmaking manager, terrain park manager, lifts operations manager, risk manager, and mountain manager as to all skiable terrain concerns and plans of action
  • Off-season duties include but are not limited to assisting with equipment operation, snowmaking maintenance, and slope maintenance
  • Will not be limited to specific duties within this description and assist wherever grooming manager sees fit

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of 5 years of grooming and/or heavy equipment operating experience
  • Minimum of 2 years laborer experience or equivalent experience
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs
  • Must be able to safely climb in, out, and around all equipment
  • Must have valid driver’s license
  • Minimum age is 18

Preferred Skills: 

Heavy equipment operation. General heavy equipment maintenance. Hand and power tool experience.


Wage: $18-$22 per hour experience dependent

Hiring for night shifts

Cascade Employee Scholar Fund

All Cascade employees, grades 9-12, who are planning to attend any form of postsecondary education are eligible to participate in the Cascade Employee Scholar Fund.  This program awards employees with additional funds on top of their regular wages to assist with the costs of postsecondary education.


Here’s how it works:

Students who complete their senior year of employment with Cascade will be eligible for a $1 donation for every hour worked through consecutive seasons during their high school career. That means if you start working here as a freshman and continue working here until your senior year, you would be eligible for a $1 donation for every hour worked for the last 4 years. More details will be given to eligible employees upon the start of the season.

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