Wages are in most cases paid on an hourly basis every two weeks. A normal work schedule is five days a week, seven to nine hours a day. We operate seven days a week. Hours may vary during busy or slow times of the season. Some operations begin at 6 a.m. and are open as late as midnight. If you do accept employment, you must be prepared to work a schedule prepared by your supervisor which may include Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. You may also be required to work day, evening, split shifts or a combination thereof. 

In addition to wages, Signal Mountain Lodge pays a bonus to staff based upon full completion of the work commitment. 

Our receipt of your signed commitment indicates your approval of pay rate, employment dates, and other stated conditions. A $75 room damage deposit, payable to Signal Mountain Lodge, must accompany all acceptances. This deposit will be returned to you if your room is cleaned and in good condition and you have checked out properly.


Uniforms are required and will be partially provided by the company. Staff will need to provide their own shoes. In some cases black or brown will be required as well as khaki pants for most positions. Kitchen employees will need non-slip kitchen shoes.  A uniform deposit of $50 will be taken out of your first paycheck and returned to you in your final paycheck provided, all uniforms and your name tag are returned.



EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability

In compliance with U.S. Immigration Service requirements, upon arrival at Signal Mountain Lodge, you must present acceptable documents as required by law to show identity and authorization to work in the U.S. in order to work here.

Signal Mountain Lodge is proud to operate a DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. As such, all employees are subject to pre-employment drug testing and all existing employees are subject to both random and for cause testing.