Ever fancied working a season in the Alps? Morzine in the Portes du Soleil is certainly a popular place to be a seasonnaire. There are many different jobs up for grabs here that are suited to people of all ages, with all kinds of experience. There are plenty of employers still looking for staff for the Winter 2012/13 season. Whether you are a seasoned bar worker or a fresh faced chalet host hopeful, there are positions being advertised right now.
Here at Chez Toi we are looking for an experienced chalet Chef/Host. This is a live out position offering a great salary along with great flexibility. If you are interested then please have a look at our main website for more details about our company. Then send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and brief details about yourself. We will then send you further information about the position.
If you are looking at working a season this year then get searching NOW!
There are bar jobs available at Le Tibetan //www.tibetan-cafe-morzine.com/. Driving jobs at Action Transfers //actiontransfers.com/. Nanny jobs at Cheeky Monkeys //chaletsdirect.com/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=30458&posts=1&start=1. A chalet host job at Chalet Zephyr //chaletsdirect.com/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=30430&posts=2&start=1 and loads more.
There are many more jobs here on Chalets Direct (mostly small independent businesses) //chaletsdirect.com/forum/forums/forum-view.asp?fid=2. Here at Ski Jobs //ski-jobs.co.uk/. Here at Morzine Forum //morzine-forum.com/. For general information about working a season and jobs in all resorts take a look at Natives www.natives.co.uk. You can also try looking at the websites of individual companies and emailing them directly.
Most jobs start with a training course at the beginning of December and you will be expected to stay until the end of the season, usually mid-April. You can expect many jobs to come with accommodation and a lift pass included but a fairly small wage packet. You will find this is just beer money though and will be plenty. If you are working a season in a chalet then you will probably get a fair few tips but don’t be disheartened if you have a bad week as these can vary massively between guests. If you get a bar or driving job then you may need to sort out your own accommodation in resort. If this is the case then you should first speak to your employer as they may be able to help you find something. If not then try www.bedsnboard.com who have a huge selection of seasonal lets available from shared rooms and apartments to whole chalets. You can also try posting on forum websites.
Don’t be put off if you don’t get offered an interview with the first company you apply for. They all get tons of applications each year and will be sifting through to find the most suitable candidates. Some prefer young staff, some retired, some male, some female, some singles, some couples and some prefer to take unexperienced staff over more seasoned veterans.
Good luck and we’re looking forward to meeting you this winter!
Update!! Chez Toi are looking for staff for the coming winter. So if you think you have what it takes to work for us then please get in touch…