We are now fully recruited for the coming winter, sorry. We will post up below whenever we hear of jobs available with other ski companies we know. Please do check back, as it changes quite often.
Our friends in Les Gets may have have several chalet job vacancies available. In the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, Les Gets is a world-class ski destination on a par with The Three Valleys. Our friends Jana and Raph run a successful independent chalet business in Les Gets and they're looking to recruit the best. If that's you, click here to find out about chalet jobs in Les Gets...
You can also read our insider tips on how to apply for ski jobs by email. Everything your potential employer wants to read, and doesn't want to read!
If you're special, we want you. Our team members frequently get mentioned by name and praised in our TripAdvisor reviews because of the quality of service that they offer our guests. When you're that good, we know that we have to look after you. That's why we offer you one of the very best packages in resort.
Welcome to probably the best staff accommodation in Meribel. The location is unbeatable, in the heart of Meribel Centre — just 50m from the luxury ski chalets where you will be working.
Delicious Mountain prides itself in delivering exceptional catered holidays, providing excellent customer care and satisfaction. Working for DM you are at the forefront of that. Nothing is too much trouble for the DM team, and the high standards can only be achieved by excellent teamwork. The team is small and each team member needs to be multi-skilled, flexible and possess a desire and drive to deliver the best. Expect a varied array of tasks each day. It's an exceptional experience and one I will not forget.
Working in the mountains had always been a dream of mine (I grew up in South Africa and had never seen snow) but Delicious Mountain exceeded all my expectations! What's not to love about working with those who share your passions. I was given an incredible opportunity to create some truly delicious food, but when I wasn't beavering away in the kitchen or polishing toilet taps, I was out carving up the mountain. Two days off is plenty of time to soak up the alpine atmosphere and I would highly recommend Copina in 1650 for lunch - wine and tapas!! I would recommend working for Delicious Mountain to anyone who has an equal passion for customer service and living that mountain life.
You need to enjoy having exceptional attention to detail, have an approachable friendly manner and take satisfaction from keeping everything in the chalet in order. Being a bit of a perfectionist will certainly help; standards are high whether it's with the food, organisation or with cleanliness - you should take great satisfaction from nailing all your duties and be able to laugh when the inevitable happens!
You also need to be good at "reading the guest" and establishing what kind of host they want you to be. Sometimes you need to be a gentle listener that is happy to show interest and have conversations about just about anything. On other occasions you'll need to adjust to being a quiet part of the background delivering excellent service and allowing the guests to relax in their surroundings... or maybe you'll need to be the life and soul helping mixed groups to feel at ease in one another's company.
Nevertheless, you should always be a happy positive person no matter what the weather: it keeps the guests, the team and yourself happy!
A structured and methodical approach to your workload in the early days will help you establish the routines that will make all parts of the job become second nature. Given the nature of interacting with new guests each week, having an outgoing personality is going to make your life much easier! You'll also need this to make friends around resort. As much as you love your teammates, you'll probably want some time apart and having other friends is crucial.