Yellowstone National Park employees not only work hard, they play hard, too. With over 2 million acres of land to explore, beautiful animals and half of the world’s thermal features you’ll never run out of exciting sights to discover! Our summer season positions typically run from mid-April through late October.
Yellowstone National Park Lodges operates 9 comfortable lodging facilities offering over 2,000 guest rooms spread out over its 6 locations. Guest accommodations include both cabins and hotel-style rooms that range from rustic to modern.
Candidates interested in housekeeping positions in Yellowstone are drawn to the unique opportunity to work in the world’s first national park and should be enthusiastic about Xanterra’s sustainability initiatives and mission to provide ‘legendary hospitality with a softer footprint’. Our employees are not only highly knowledgeable of the layout and operations at their own location, but also possess a general knowledge of the park and its surrounding areas.
Candidates applying for housekeeping positions will be considered for the following positions, based on experience:
For Room Attendants in Yellowstone National Park, it's all about being part of a team and caring about the comfort of our guests! They are responsible for cleaning guest rooms and making them comfortable and inviting.
Room Inspectors are responsible for making sure that our guest rooms are sparkling clean, comfortable and ready for our guests! The ability to develop and mentor a well-functioning team of Room Attendants from a largely inexperienced staff is a key part of this job. This position is one of greater responsibility and requires knowledge of hotel/motel housekeeping procedures.
A Porter makes sure the public areas and restrooms in our hotels and lodges are clean and comfortable. Their job is to make the first impression...the best impression!
A Bell Porter in Yellowstone has direct contact with guests and provides several services, including the transportation of luggage to and from rooms, providing information about the location and providing shuttle service if necessary
Linen Truck Driver
A Linen Truck Driver keeps the location Housekeeping Department supplied with clean linens and supplies for our guest facilities, as well as ensuring that soiled linens are returned to the central laundry facility, and that daily inventories are completed.
Housekeeping Office Assistant
The Housekeeping Office Assistant in Yellowstone is responsible for coordinating the daily happenings in the Housekeeping Department on location. Duties include generating reports, completing payroll, maintaining repair and tip logs, and light cleaning in the office