About Types of Ski Job
Job Descriptions for the sort of work available
Whilst some seasonal jobs require you to have specific qualifications or experience, for example, child care, chef, technician etc; all of them will require you to be enthusiastic and flexible. Employers in Val Thorens do realise that most people come out to make the most of the holiday facilities in resort; however, they still expect you to take your responsibilities to them seriously and get on with the job at hand first and foremost.
Jobs, Courses & Qualifications
Living and working in the mountains doesn’t need to be a pipe dream. Whether you are looking to fill a gap year by doing a ski season or have longer-term ambitions, there are a whole host of options for you to consider. In this section you can find information on the types of job available, courses and qualifications to help you land the job of your choice, and how and when to apply. You can also use our job finder service to help you land that perfect job.
About Doing a Ski Season
Do you ever think about packing it all in and heading out to the Alps for a season? Maybe the weather at home is getting you down, or perhaps one week's skiing a year simply isn't enough! What if you’re just leaving school or uni and aren’t really sure what you want to do next?
Job Video Guides
Where do you want to work this winter?
Ski season jobs are hard work but great fun and there are literally hundreds of jobs available in the mountains each year. The one you take can make your time in the Alps the best of your life. From chalet staff to ski hosting, bar work to reporting for Skinets, there are jobs for all personalities and ages. All videos filmed on location in the French Alps by www.resortwork.co.uk.