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Live, work & play in banff national park

Banff Hospitality Collective is  a multi concept restaurant company who's 11 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 

our home

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

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– 6 Reasons –

to work in Banff National Park



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.


3) Wildlife

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



5) Move on Up

99% of the Banff Hospitality Collective upper management team moved up in the company from within, including most of these guys & gals ...

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6) Be part of a mountain community

What does it mean to live in a town within a National Park?



Collective Calendar

Summit club, parties, community clean up & more

Keeping you connected with Banff Hospitality Collective happenings, Banff National Park events & important dates. 

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Current Openings

Please apply in as many venues as you like by clicking the job title.

Don’t see a job for you? Keep your eyes on this page, we post lots of jobs all year long. Follow us on Instagram to keep up.


Staff housing available
for back of house positions


Banff Hospitality Collective

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