Ski chalets are always looking for experienced people to look after guests and visitors, from chefs, managers, nanny and housekeeping staff. Working at a ski chalet is a great way of experiencing new places and earn money at the same time.
Job roles within the ski chalet include Chefs and wait staff, Ski Chalet Managers, Nanny’s and childcare professionals and Ski Chalet hosts. Applicants must have good communication skills, be professional and be able to solve any problems that may arise.
Qualifications and requirements needed vary between the different job roles.
Ski Chalet Chef – Experience is required by many ski chalets and may differ between chalets, but applicants must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, be able to produce food in accordance to the guests' wishes and be dedicated to the quality of the food produced.
Ski Chalet Nanny - There are no formal education requirements to become a nanny, but having experience in childcare improves the chance of career progression. Applicants must have good communication skills, be able to plan and run fun activities and tasks and have the stamina to look after high-energy children.
Ski Chalet Managers – Chalet managers, are usually in charge of multiple ski chalets and ensure that the chalet staff are equipped with all of the things they require to provide a high-quality service. Applicants must have experience in catering and staff management, have great communication skills and be able to solve any problems that may arise.
Ski Chalet Hosts – The role of a chalet host is to oversee the running of the ski chalet; this includes some housekeeping duties, as well as ensuring that the guests are happy throughout their stay. Chalet host must be professional at all times, have good communication skills and be able to assist in other aspects of the chalet to ensure that it runs efficiently and professionally.