The average pay for a Ski Patroller is $25,992 a year and $12 an hour in Delaware, United States.
The average salary range for a Ski Patroller is between $20,546 and $30,277.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Delaware, United States.
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Patrols ski trails and slope areas to provide assistance and protection to skiers and report condition of trails, ski lifts, and snow cover on slopes.
Patrols assigned areas, using skis or snowshoes.
Rescues injured skiers and renders first aid or transfers them to waiting ambulance, using toboggan.
Notifies medical personnel in case of serious injury where moving skier might prove dangerous.
Ensures that no skiers remain on slopes or trails at end of day or during inclement weather.
Inspects ski lifts, such as rope tows, t-bar, j-bar, and chair lifts, to report safety hazards and evidence of damage or wear.
May pack snow on slopes.
May give ski instruction.
May participate in skiing demonstrations for entertainment of resort guests.
May assist demolition crew to blast for avalanche control.
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Ski Patroller Job Listings for Delaware, United States