The chalet sleeps up to 10 guests in 5 double bedrooms and is used exclusively by the owner throughout the winter season. Occupancy levels are somewhat variable but likely to be 60% of the season. The Chalet has a permanent housekeeper who comes on a daily basis when the owner is in residence. She is responsible for the heavy cleaning and general laundry for the Chalet.
Dependant on experience.
Accommodation within the chalet, food, and non-alcoholic drinks, ski pass, medical insurance, transport from home base to and from the resort. The additional performance-based bonus may also be awarded at the end of the season.
Note: This is for their northern lights season November to March and the ski season March to end of May. It is dark in the Arctic from November until end of Jan – so no sun at all! Applicants, therefore, need to know it is a tough lifestyle up there in those dark months.
The ideal candidates
If you have previous experience of running a chalet and would like to work with a friend or partner, this could be the perfect role for you.
Very competitive salary
Flights to resort
Subsidized lift pass, insurance, and equipment hire (if required)
If one of you is a professional chef/competent cook and the other a naturally good host ideally with some kind of hospitality experience then a Chalet Couple position will be right up your street.
Great opportunity to work hard, play hard and more importantly ski hard! The season starts end Nov/early Dec until end April.
SALARY PACKAGES WILL VARY CLIENT TO CLIENT
We are looking for an enthusiastic, bubbly person who is willing to work hard but also wants to enjoy a ski season. The host will be part of a four-person team, consisting of a chalet manager, driver and a chef.
Accommodation, food, ski pass, skis / board hire, UK travel and uniform included. Accommodation is by way of a live-in room that will be shared with the chef – so this can be a friend or partner for the right candidates
5 ½ days a week
Work hours will vary but typically 3 hours in the morning (7 – 10) and 4 hours at night (6 – 10)
As the 18/19 winter season slowly approaches, we start to get more and more fantastic job opportunities coming in for experienced seasonaires across France, Switzerland and Austria and Norway. To be considered for our future ski season roles, please send your CV to be added to our database.
Working a ski season is a fantastic opportunity to further your career within the hospitality industry whilst meeting new people and skiing as much as possible. Ski seasons are suitable for individuals who have good previous hospitality of catering experience, who are hard-working, adventurous, and who aren’t afraid of trying something completely new. You don’t need to be able to ski before starting season work, being in the mountains for a whole winter is the perfect time to learn.
Your package will often include travel, accommodation, food, ski hire, lift pass, and a weekly salary.
If you would like more information on how to get a ski season role, please get in touch as we’d love to help you in any way we can.