Sunriver Resort Establishes a $300,000 Gas Reimbursement Fund for All Employees


In an effort to attract and retain employees needed to fill over 400 summer seasonal positions, Sunriver Resort announced today that it will help pay for employees’ gas for the next four months through a gift card distribution. The resort is now accepting applications for a variety of positions for the 2022 summer season. Part and full-time seasonal positions include culinary and housekeeping staff, marina, golf services and shop attendants, greenskeepers, guest services, spa service providers, pool and recreation ambassadors, food and beverage, management and more.

“In addition to offering competitive wages, we have established a $300,000 fund to help offset the rising cost of gas for all of our employees as yet another benefit to working here,” said Tom O’Shea, Sunriver Resort managing director. “We are looking for candidates who are focused on delivering a high-quality experience to our guests, but who also want to work in a fun, welcoming environment.”

The resort is accepting online applications and an in-person hiring fair will take place Thursday, May 12 from 4pm to 6pm in the Homestead Building at Sunriver Resort. Candidates attending the hiring fair are encouraged to complete an application online in advance, as well as bring a copy of their resume to the event. Hiring will be done on the spot, and wages for some positions start at $25 per hour. Applicants must be age 14+ to work at Sunriver Resort, and not all positions require candidates to have previous experience.

Competitive wages are just one of the many perks offered to Sunriver Resort employees. Being part of the team includes great perks such as complimentary golf, free canoe and bicycle rentals for employees and their immediate family, discount fitness club membership to Sage Springs Club and Spa, and discounts at Sunriver Resort restaurants and retail outlets. These benefits add to the appeal of this locals’ favorite resort and contribute to the like-minded team spirit that brings returning staff back year-after-year.

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