How to Work in Andorra

Keen on the idea od applying for seasonal-jobs-working-holidays in Europe? Working a summer or winter season in Andorra is an excellent way to earn money, mix with an international crowd and polish those skiing skills. The experience of doing a season can often double up as a holiday, as most roles allow you plenty of time to indulge in the winter sports and activities on offer. 

There are lots of positions in Andorra available to international staff, some of the most popular positions include:

  • Activity and sports instructors
  • Winter ski staff (ski instructors, resort staff)
  • Childcare and nannies
  • Hospitality and tourism (bars, restaurants)
  • Hotels
  • Teaching


Winter and Ski Jobs in Andorra

Ski season jobs can vary, and are in no way restricted to working as a ski instructor. Jobs can range from chalet hosting to nannying and resort repping to beauty therapy – all great ways to acquire experience and language skills that look good on your CV.

There are a wide range of winter jobs available at a ski resorts in Europe and abroad. Winter work can include chalet staff, cooks, cleaners, lift operators, slope patrols and general resort staff. If you are looking for winter jobs you could train to become a ski or snowboard instructor. There are lots of winter ski jobs available at ski resorts, jobs in the alps are very popular with people seeking adventure and travel gap years.

There is a need for seasonal staff with ski workers and snowboard instructor jobs available during peak periods. Winter ski work can include instructing ski lessons, assisting on ski slopes, lift operators, slope patrols and general ski resort staff. 

Arrangements for doing a ski season are relatively easy once a job is confirmed as accommodation, flights and ski passes all normally come with the job. Seasonal seasonal-jobs-working-holidays in Andorra are most definitely not limited to ski seasons. If you fancy a bit of sun, why not apply to work here during summer. You could also apply to work in France to find some agricultural work or perhaps learn a new language and teach English as a foreign language.

Whatever your preference, working in Andorra during the winter season is an excellent way to make money while experiencing a different culture and, if needs be, further fund your travels. You might also like to view more winter jobs abroad.


Top Tips How to Get a Job in Andorra

Local and international companies hire staff throughout the year. Although most jobs only require you to be able to speak English, if you speak Catalan, Spanish or French you will really boost your chances of securing a posiiton.

Companies hiring now include: