Ski Chalet Jobs
Typical Working Day in a Ski Chalet
A typical day will see you preparing breakfast and then cleaning up, making a cake and mid-day refreshments for clients to help themselves to, and then preparing the evening meal. You normally have the rest of the time between when you finish (10.30 a.m. ish depending on how good you get) until early evening (5 or 6 p.m.) to yourself. You will then serve evening meal, and depending on the size of the chalet and company procedure, sit down and eat with clients.
On transfer days you normally give the chalet a good clean out, change linen and prepare for your new arrivals (who really can arrive at any time – early if they are coming on the snow train to the Alps). At the next convenient moment you usually have to take your guests to collect their ski gear from the hire shop. Sometimes the ski resort reps do this, it depends on the company set up and the volume of arrivals.
Someone, be it the chef, chalet manager or chalet rep, needs to produce a shopping list to budget for the week. You will normally then go down the mountain into the dull real world to a supermarket to collect your supplies. This does vary enormously between operators, but you get the idea.
You usually get one group per week or fortnight. Main duties include cleaning, catering and general customer service. You will usually have to accompany guests to the welcome meetings if your company has them. For this minor inconvenience, you might get a free drink and it usually turns into a session so make sure the evening meal is prepared well in advance.
We are looking to recruit a chalet host couple or 2 friends to run one of our catered chalets in Tignes for from mid February 2024 to the end of the w
Optional (Price :425,00 euros)
We are looking for social managers from a hospitality background with a passion for skiing to look after a team in one of our Chalet-Hotels next winte
We are looking for social people with a hospitality background to join our overseas team as a Host in one of our Chalet-Hotels next winter. The succe
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