Press release

Vacasa Boosts Hiring in California, Increases Wages

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North America’s largest vacation rental company, is seeking additional
seasonal housekeeping support as the company heads into a busy 2019
travel season.

Known for providing field staff an industry-leading wage, Vacasa has
increased its hourly rates, now ranging from $17 to $19 per hour, to
attract the employees it needs for the coming season. Experience, while
preferred, is not required and training will be available for successful
candidates. While the need for seasonal employees is high, individuals
who are hired are eligible for consideration for long-term employment.
Interested applicants can apply online at

“Our local field teams, including maintenance and housekeeping, play an
incredibly important role in guest satisfaction, which is critical as we
head into heavy booking periods,” said Bob Milne, chief operating
officer for Vacasa. “We’re proud to provide our field staff a
competitive living wage, as well as many of our company perks including
paid time off, so all Vacasa employees can achieve a balanced lifestyle.”

In an effort to improve efficiency for its field staff, Vacasa has
released a new proprietary mobile app designed specifically for
housekeepers. Within the app, Vacasa housekeepers can view their
schedules, review estimate cleaning times and track how long it will
take to travel between homes. The mobile experience signals a step
forward for Vacasa’s local teams with improved real-time connectivity.

Vacasa is hiring in the following California communities:

  • Central Coast
  • Groveland
  • North Lake Tahoe
  • Oxnard
  • San Diego County
  • Sonoma County
  • South Lake Tahoe

For more information or to apply, visit

About Vacasa

Vacasa is North America’s largest vacation rental management company and
offers property management and other real estate services directly and
through licensed subsidiaries. Leveraging industry-leading technology,
Vacasa maximizes revenue for homeowners and its partners, and provides
unforgettable experiences for guests. Vacasa and its subsidiaries manage
a growing portfolio of more than 13,000 vacation homes in the U.S.,
Europe, South and Central America, and Africa. Since its founding in
2009, Vacasa has grown to more than 3,000 employees, has been honored as
the Oregon Better Business Bureau Large Business of the Year and was
ranked ninth on the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies list. For more
information, visit