Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Join us this Thursday, April 27th from 4:30pm - 6:00pm in the Egan Room of Centennial Hall to meet the four applicants for the Eaglecrest General Manager position.
This meeting is open to the public and is a great opportunity for the community of Juneau to meet the candidates and ask questions. Stop by and meet the candidates!
The General Manager Assessment Process will be held at City Hall on Thursday, April 27th from 12:30p-3:45p and on Friday, April 28th from 8:30a-3:20p. These meetings are also opened to the public and will be a great way to get to know the candidates and be a part of the future of Eaglecrest.
April 27th 12:30p - 3:45p - Assessment Center Process
April 27th 4:30p - 6:00p - Applicant Meet and Greet
April 28th 8:30a - 3:20p - Assessment Center Process
The finalists, in alphabetical order:
Nathaniel Abbott - Mr. Abbott is the current Director of Mountain Operations and is serving as the Interim General Manager at Eaglecrest during this time of transition. Born and raised in Juneau, Mr. Abbott has worked for Eaglecrest for the past 12 years as Lift Supervisor, Lift Maintenance and Operations Manager and Mountain Maintenance Manager.
Landon Fake - Mr. Fake currently resides in Hope, ME and has served as the General Manager of Camden Snow Bowl as well as the Director of Parks and Recreation for Camden, ME. Prior to working for the city of Camden, Mr. Fake has held several positions in outdoor leadership including the Executive Director of Mahoosuc Pathways, Inc. and the Atlantic Region Director of Outward Bound Wilderness.
Hans Hohl - Mr. Hohl currently resides in Ankeny, IA and has worked in the ski industry for over 25 years as Ski School Coordinator, Mountain Manager, Lift Operations Supervisor and more as well as being a vital part in coordinating the start of ESPN Winter X Games on the mountain.
David Scanlan - Mr. Scanlan currently lives in Greenwood, ME and has been the General Manager of Mt. Abram Ski Area since 2013. Prior to this, Mr. Scanlan lived in Hope, AK and owned Glacier Dyeworks. He also co-founded Mountain Rider's Alliance, an organization focused on supporting and creating community owned ski areas.
Join us for an informative meet and greet on Thursday at 4:30pm in the Egan Room in Centennial Hall.