Live, work & play in banff national park
Banff Hospitality Collective is a multi concept restaurant company who's 12 venues are located in the heart of downtown Banff. It was founded by a bunch of friends who love food, drinks, mountains, and this awesome little town called Banff.
100% Locally owned & operated
Perks of the Job
- Staff housing available (for Back of house positions)
- 25% off food at all venues for Employees
- 50% off food and bottles of wine at all venues for Managers
- Competitive wages and salaries
- Ski and golf pass financing
- VIP line entrance; no cover for you (+1 guest) at the Dancing Sasquatch
- Education reimbursements (up to 75% off career-related courses)
- Extended Health Care Plan for long-term Employees
- Variety of kitchens and cuisine
- Working with Red Seal Chefs
- Almost 100% of Upper Management move up from within BHC
- Incentive programs (referral and summer bonus)
banff national park
Love where you live.
live where you love.
Work hard, play harder.
Banff Hospitality Collective home Office Team
A few born & raised Banffites, a few Calgary transplants, others from different reaches of the globe. All locals of Banff National Park.
BHC from A to Z
– 6 Reasons –
to work in Banff
1) Get outside every. Single. Day.
2) Further Your Education
The BHC tuition reimbursement program will subsidize Wine & Spirits education, culinary training, first aid, Health & Safety certifications and much more.
Can you tell the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear?
4) Show Your Stuff
Amazing BHC staff doing amazing things. Who's currently in the spotlight?
Emma Murrell-Orgill, a server at the Bison Restaurant & Terrace, is from the Central Coast, Australia, and moved to Banff to learn to snowboard. She loves the great outdoors , and as a Marine Conservationist, she has been devoting her time to learning about single use plastics and their negative effect on the environment. Emma founded the Bear Minimum, a non-profit in Banff that aims to get like minded people together to look at ways of reducing plastic and re-purposing it, for both the community and local businesses.
See former employee profiles
6) Be part of a mountain community
What does it mean to live in a town within a National Park?
Summit club, parties, community clean up & more
Keeping you connected with Banff Hospitality Collective happenings, Banff National Park events & important dates.
Need more information?
We are one big family, but our venues hire independently.
Please apply in as many venues as you like.