New leadership will further improve operations, resort says
Early May, we announced organization changes in the mountain operations department that took effect in January alongside multiple promotions throughout the resort that shortly followed. We’re happy to announce additional structure adjustments and promotions that will further strengthen our ability to deliver memorable experiences year-round.
Longstanding employee of 40 years, Jeff Temple, is taking on a new role as director of planning where he will focus his efforts on construction projects, permitting, environmental compliance, wastewater, safety programming, and energy management. Temple was previously the director of mountain operations and facilities maintenance.
Moving forward, the facilities maintenance dept. will now report to Scott Harrison, director of hospitality. The synergy between building maintenance at the resort and the food and beverage division lends itself to having these departments on the same team, the resort stated.
Tait Germon was promoted to be the director of mountain operations. He was previously the mountain operations manager.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Germon, employee since 1997, to the Resort Leadership Team,” the resort stated. “These strategically planned changes to the mountain operations group at Killington Resort will ensure our continued success as leaders in the ski industry and reinforce our continued dedication to staff development as we build a group of next generation leaders.