Panamint Springs is focused on providing a positive guest experience to all visitors who come through our privately owned and operated desert oasis. Whether stopping through for gas or looking for a cozy place to sleep, the guest experience is our first priority.
We are looking for someone who is outgoing and friendly to fill the position of our Front Desk/Gift Shop Clerk. Job duties include greeting customers with a smile, answering the phone, and conducting business transactions for the lodging, gas station, and gift shop. Candidates must be able to provide useful visitor information for guests passing through the area. Clerks will also be trained to make and serve both hand-made milkshakes and dipped ice cream refreshments to guests. It is required that candidates are able to take on multiple roles within their positions.
We offer housing on-site for employees.
To be considered for this position applicants must be able to read and write and have a high school diploma or GED certificate. Upon being hired, applicants must earn their ServSafe certification or Food Handler’s card for the state of California. Applicants must be able to work well with others and work as a team. Friendly disposition and a willingness to help and go above and beyond to complete the guest experience at Panamint Springs. There is potential to work past the season and the potential for promotion.
Our Guest Mission Statement:
“To maximize our guest’s experience through promoting their connection to our location and surrounding areas. We will provide a comfortable base camp where guests can retreat to the comforts of civilization after a day of exploration. We will promote this connection to the natural surrounding through informative interaction with our guests, showcasing the area’s natural and historic features, and providing comfortable accommodations amenities and spectating points.”
Our Company Mission Statement:
“To ensure that every visitor to the resort has a positive and memorable experience by providing outstanding service and treating all visitors as our personal guests.”