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The following official openings are ones we are currently hiring for.

If you'd like to contact a program director about future opportunities:

Andrew Morehouse, Nordic Program Director

Mike Papke, Freestyle Program Director

LaRue Seitz-Dettori, Alpine Program Director

Cody Ling, Freestyle Program Director


(posted 6/6/23)


Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) is seeking a Post Grad (PG) and Comp Team Coach, beginning August 15th, 2023.The PG team for 2023-2024 consists of athletes taking a post-high school gap year or enrolled in MSU classes while training to take their skiing to the next level. 

The PG coach is the primary coach for this group, coordinating daily practices, writing the training plan, planning for races and camps, race and wax support at races. This group trains as their own team some of the time, with the BSF Pro Team some of the time, and with the junior team some of the time, to give a sense of cohesion and the opportunity to be pushed by the pro athletes and be role models to the younger athletes. The PG coach coordinates training schedules with the Pro (Andrew Newell) and junior (Andrew Morehouse) coaches accordingly. 

In addition to working with the PG group, the PG coach is expected to attend weekly practices with the Comp Team in the fall and winter.  These practices are Tuesday - Thursday afternoons, with combined weekend practices on Saturday/Sunday.  


PG practices are Tuesday -Thursday and Saturday-Sunday at 8am, and Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30pm (strength). The Comp Team practices are Tuesday - Thursday from 4 - 6 pm and Saturday/Sunday from 8 - 10 am.  

The PG team will have a training camp over Thanksgiving in West Yellowstone, travel to US Nationals, and attend a mix of regional JNQs and SuperTours.

Essential Skills and Preferred Experience: 

  • Commitment to BSF Mission, Vision, Values
  • Positive, team-oriented, self-motivated work ethic 
  • Experience racing at the collegiate level
  • Comfortable driving a full sprinter van in winter conditions
  • Able to lead practice sessions solo and in coordination with other coaches
  • USSS L100 Coaching Certification
  • Some waxing experience

Time Commitment/Benefits Package: 

  • August 15, 2023 - April 15, 2024 with the possibility of extending to year-round after that.
  • Compensation $2800-$3500 per month DOE
  • Eligible for health care package and 401k upon meeting BSF work requirements
  • Reduced rate Bridger Bowl season’s pass
  • Crosscut Mountain Sports Center season pass
  • First Aid/CPR training
  • USSS Coaches License and L200 

Application Procedure: 

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and professional references to: 

Andrew Morehouse, BSF Nordic Program Director 



posted 5/23/23

BSF is hiring Alpine Coaches for the 2023/24 season

Full Time Seasonal and Part Time Seasonal Positions

Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) is a Gold Certified U.S. Ski and Snowboard Club seeking Alpine Coaches for the 2023-24 season. BSF offers educational and competitive programs in Alpine, Nordic, Freestyle, and Freeskiing. The right candidate must align with BSF’s mission statement, “Inspiring a lifelong love of skiing, athletic excellence, and personal growth.” 

To apply for a position, please submit a letter of interest, resume and references to BSF Alpine Directors: Kenny.Wilson@bridgerskifoundation.org and larue.seitz@bridgerskifoundation.org 

Full Time Seasonal: 

Available Positions: (1) U16/FIS Assistant Coach, (1) Head U14 Coach

Start Date: November 15th, and possibility to start sooner with dryland

End Date: April 15th  with room for additional work

Part Time Seasonal (Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, Saturdays and Sundays, and travel days)

Available Positions: U14 Assistant Coaches, U10/U12 Assistant Coaches, Adult Masters Coach  

Start Date: varies September 1st - December 1st

End Date: April 15th

Part Time Intro Alpine/Freestyle Coach

Available Positions: Part Time Seasonal (Saturday and Sundays)

Start Date: January 6th 

End Date: March 10th 

(this position does not require any travel; all sessions at Bridger Bowl) 

Job Duties (but not limited to):

  • Must be able to work independently and part of a team with coaches of all age groups. Clear communication with Alpine Directors and Head Coaches
  • Possess excellent verbal communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills to effectively work with a variety of people and personalities; must be able to communicate clearly verbally and in writing
  • Maintain a safe and fun environment for athletes on and off the snow, aligned with BSF’s mission statement
  • Ability to organize, direct and lead a group of athletes. Strong communication skills with athletes and parents
  • Daily training set up and tear down
  • Must be able to easily lift 50 lbs
  • Set courses for a variety of skill levels
  • Maintain equipment and facilities
  • Follow and enforce Bridger Bowl’s code of conduct 
  • Travel within and out of Northern Division
  • Embrace and reach-out to the Gallatin Valley and surrounding towns and BSF communities.
  • Be on snow a 4-7 days a week for seasonal full time, 2-3 days per week for part time
  • Help with all home races/events


  • Must be in good standing with U.S. Ski and Snowboard, pass background check, complete Safe Sport, and other requirements of USSS
  • Level 100 coaching license 
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Experience with alpine ski racing and training and venue preparation
  • Prior alpine coaching experience preferred

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Salary will depend on length of contract and experience
  • Bridger Bowl Season Pass
  • Reimbursed for USSS coaching license
  • CPR/First Aid Training
  • BSF provides coach education opportunities


posted 5/15/23

Position: Nordic Devo coaches

To apply please contact Molly Bowman at nordic.devo@bridgerskifoundation.org



Inspiring a lifelong love of skiing, athletic excellence, and personal growth. Our goal is to create opportunities through educational and competitive programs in Alpine, Freestyle, Freeskiing, Snowboarding and Nordic skiing and to groom cross-country ski trails in the Bozeman community.


To be a world class community ski program.


  • Maximize Athlete Potential: We provide programs that assist each participant in reaching his/her potential.
  • Quality Programs: We provide environments that are fun and enriching.
  • High Caliber Staff:  We attract, retain and develop directors, coaches, and staff of the highest caliber, both personally and professionally.  We provide ongoing training and learning opportunities for them.
  • Affordability:  We are committed to affordable and accessible introductory programs and seek community support and scholarships to help athletes as they move up the pipeline.
  • Academics: We build relationships with the school system and work with participants so they can excel in their sport and school.
  • Safe Sport:  We protect every athlete’s emotional and physical safety.
  • Volunteers:   We cultivate and grow positive relationships with BSF volunteers.
  • Community Relations: We promote positive, productive relationships with the local community, community partners, and supporters of BSF.
  • Culture & Sportsmanship: We expect all athletes, parents, coaches, volunteers, and employees to exhibit exceptional sportsmanship and contribute to the BSF culture and the broader community.

Programs and Services:

  • Alpine Skiing
  • Nordic Skiing
  • Freestyle Skiing, Freeskiing and Snowboarding
  • Community Nordic Trails