If you are looking to spend a winter working in Val d'Isere
... and would like to work for a young, lively company who sell catered & self catered holidays in addition to seasonal/long lets, please read the job descriptions relating to each post available and if you fit the bill contact us enclosing your CV and a covering letter explaining why you think you are suitable.
In order to work for us you must have the following (except for the Val Service Semi Skilled Labourer job):
1. UK National Insurance number. If not, you will need one and not a temporary one.
2. UK bank account. You would need one and in order to get one you need a utility bill in your name. We are not legally allowed to pay anyone else on your behalf (i.e. in to another bank account).
3. An EU passport or valid French working VISA (NOT UK working VISA)
4. New European Health Card (EHIC) which replaces the E111. Applications can be made online at www.dh.gov.uk/PolicyAndGuidance/HealthAdviceforTravellers/ then click on new European Health Card.
Val d?Isere is always a popular destination for winter workers and that has to be a combination of the amazing skiing and the social life. We don?t deny that Val is as famous for its party atmosphere as it is for skiing.
The one advantage of working for Mountain Rooms & Chalets in Val d?Isere is the fact that you are guaranteed a job in the resort as we are specialists in Val only = no waiting for placements and ending up in a dead end ski resort with all your friends elsewhere.
So when you are thinking of working in Val, think about us carefully as there are more considerations than meet the eye!
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If you are considering a winter in Val d?Isere and you have read our Job Descriptions and you want to contact us about a job, we expect you to know something about us. You should want to know about the company you want to work for too. So read the site, read About Us, read the home page and do your research.
We have developed a reputation over the years of truly looking after our staff. We are small enough to care and that means we take you on staff days out, we have a Christmas dinner together, we do Secret Santa, we have an amazing staff day out at the end of the season and we have weekly staff meetings to discuss the positive parts of the week as well as what might have gone wrong and what to expect for the following week. Its all good. Communication is key and we encourage this and we motivate along the way. It?s a long season in Val, much longer than in other resorts so we ensure you enjoy it as you do your job.
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