All Xanterra operations in Yellowstone are being suspended from Friday, March 20 – through Thursday, May 21 due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Learn more here.
Fun Fact: We have a goal to improve recycling by 3% per year. We currently recycle or compost 60% of waste, which is more than double the national average. Last year, thanks to the efforts of recyclers and staff, we kept 3,391,920 pounds out of the landfill, instead sending them to become new products
“I really like the environmental program of Xanterra.”
Interested? We hire Lead Recyclers and Risk & Sustainability Specialists.
Assure efficient collection of all recyclable materials for the assigned location. Sort recyclable materials from unrecyclable materials. Responsible for the operation of cardboard balers, glass crushers and can crushers.
Provide training to and supervision of less experienced Location Recycling Technician(s). Provide direct feedback to department managers on recycling processes and performance using existing company guidance and a collaborative, educational approach.
Work with the Risk department to ensure safety, security, and compliance for both guests and employees. Also works with the Sustainability department to assist with Xanterra’s recycling and composting efforts.
Mia is a Risk and Sustainability Specialist at Grant Village. She discovered her passion for nature and protecting natural resources while on a volunteer trip to Biscayne National Park in 2015. There she helped to pick up over 500 pounds of garbage that washed up onto shore from the ocean. Her love of backpacking, camping, and spending time in nature is what brought her to Yellowstone. Her best advice for someone considering a Yellowstone job is “Don’t let any opportunity to meet someone slip away, you’ll regret it at the end of your time here. They are probably just as nervous as you, so be the one to take the first step!” In her free time, Mia enjoys listening to music, hiking, swimming, and hanging out with her friends in Grant Village.