Ski Resort Jobs
The Ski season is a popular choice of job amongst young people, as free Skiing and Boarding is appealing and accommodation is usually provided. SnowSkool are a popular choice for those who want to pick up a ski or snowboard instructor qualification.
are a variety of positions available such as, Chalet Hosts/Hostesses, Maintenance
Persons, Chefs and Cooks, Catering Assistants, Bar Staff, Porters, Chambermaids,
Ski Guides, Nannies and Resort Managers and Representatives. Ski & Snowboard
Instructors, Ski Guides, Accountants, Customer Service and Reception Staff
A ski job can offer all kinds
of benefits and development opportunities. As well as a weekly wage you may also
receive some extra benefits - these may include a ski pass, Ski & boot rental,
Travel to and from resort, Accommodation & all meals, Health & Travel
Insurance, Training and Uniform
PGL Ski Rep roles are ideal for people in full-time employment who want to do something different for a week or two.
PGL Ski Reps are the front-line support in resort, making sure groups have a smooth, enjoyable trip.
You can apply to work for at least one week, however it is a pre-requisite that you are available for the February school half term week.
Jobs in Europe,
Canada and The US usually start in late November/ December and run through until
the snow starts to melt in April/May. In Australia and New Zealand from
until mid October, with some seasons extending into November
Ski companies prefer to recruit staff well in advance, but they inevitably end
up short throughout the season; so there is always a good chance of picking
work, if your up for taking you're chances, just turning up and asking around.
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