Live. Work. Explore. Yellowstone National Park Is Naturally Different
What We Are Looking For
At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, we depend on our team members to help guests find their ultimate Yellowstone experience—all while working to protect and preserve the park for future generations. No matter what your job is, you will be a proud steward of the park. You will play an essential role in providing warm and friendly hospitality to all our guests.
What You Are Looking For
If you answered, “Yes” to these questions, a job in Yellowstone is ideal for you!
We have an immediate opening available for the 2018 season. If living, working, and exploring in Yellowstone sounds intriguing and exciting to you, please read on.
A Day in the Life
We operate 9 lodging facilities, 31 restaurants, and 5 campgrounds inside Yellowstone National Park. Our team members play an integral role in continuing the daily operation of our park.
1. Oversee execution of assigned banquet events to ensure we are providing excellent guest service in an efficient manner and maintaining maximum profitability. Ultimately responsible for the proper set-up, food and beverage service and breakdown of assigned events. This responsibility includes the onsite supervision and direction of banquet set up staff, servers and bartenders. Communicates and works closely with chefs and kitchen staff to assure seamless delivery to guests.
2. Ensure that all employees working the function maintain appearance and uniform standards and execute their job according to banquet and Xanterra Parks and Resorts® standards.
3. Help defray food costs by prohibiting unauthorized personnel in the kitchen, and ensuring that food consumed is from the employee meal. Ensure that food eaten by employees is done during scheduled breaks.
4. Assist the Manager of Conference Services in reserving meeting space, coordinating, planning and delivery of all banquet and group meal requirements for clients.
5. Generate Food and Beverage office correspondence, including pre-set menus and billing information, function prospectii, Banquet Event Orders, interoffice memos and manuals.
6. Assist with telephone and office coverage for the Food & Beverage Support Office. Respond to calls from prospective clients regarding weddings, banquets, preset meals, in-house meeting services, business meetings and symposium planning.
7. Assist with the inventory, appropriate storage, movement and maintenance of all B&C equipment.
8. Follow Company and departmental environmental practice to minimize wasted energy and resources.
9. Follow Company and departmental safety practices to minimize risk to self and others.
10. Follow Company and departmental policies and procedures.
11. While all essential functions and duties cannot be possibly listed on a job description, each employee is expected to be flexible and accept additional and/or different duties as assigned at any time as directed by management. Duties listed above are not restricted to the only duties expected to be performed.
Essential Skills and Knowledge:
Candidates interested in being an Assistant Banquet Manager in Yellowstone are drawn to the unique opportunity to work in the world’s first national park. You should be enthusiastic about our sustainability initiatives and mission to provide ‘legendary hospitality with a softer footprint’
What We Believe
At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, we are a welcoming community who work hard, share a passion for the environment, and enjoy creating memorable experiences for our guests. We are the primary concessionaire in Yellowstone National Park. As part of the Xanterra Travel Collection family, we embrace a “naturally different” lifestyle that allows you to live, work, and explore one of the most beautiful places on earth. We are a company based on values that reflect an environmental ethic and social conscience – for the long-term. “Our Softer Footprint” focuses on how we reduce our environmental impact through our comprehensive environmental initiatives. Our business practices exemplify environmental stewardship, and a desire to protect and preserve our public lands.