Whether you're looking for work as a chalet host, ski rep, barman, driver or maintenance man, we can help you get to the front of the queue of the Ski Holiday Companies.
In response to demand, we have made the Guide available on Amazon as a paperback and via their Kindle service.
Can't get a job? The chances are your CV is ending up in the bin with dozens of others.
Our Guide gives you all the inside secrets on how to get that job,
AND if you're still unsure about the whole job application process
If your CV is not getting interviews, or you need 1-to-1 advice & guidance then use our follow-up hand-holding service.
All this for just £49.95
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You do not need to enrol on our cookery course in order to use our job-help service.
We can only offer limited help for certain specialist roles with Ski Companies, e.g. nannies, ski instructors.
We can only offer limited help for jobs with local employers, e.g. barman, shop assistant.
We can only offer limited help for jobs outside of Europe.
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A good friend of ours who was the recruitment manager for a medium-sized ski company says...
"The applications need to be a max of three pages long (not 26 that I received off one couple), and they need to emphasise any customer-facing / hospitality experience they have. Many people send me CVs only mentioning business/office experience they have. I also receive applications from people who apply to cook in a chalet but don't mention cooking at all!! Another big mistake people make is sending me an application and then copy in 15 other companies that they are applying to! Spelling mistakes and poor grammar etc etc are a big faux pas! Common sense to us I know but you'd be surprised how many people's CV's end up in the bin because of silly mistakes!"