Any Questions



Ok, so after reading every page on the site, you still have some questions. Well, you've come to the right page, here we'll try and answer your questions as simply as possible...

It depends on what you're looking for and who you ask. Some people say bar work, others suggest working as a kitchen porter. Working in a bar you'll have the entire day to spend on the slopes, but the downside is you will be working while other are relaxing and letting their hair down. As a KP, you might have to wait until your day off to spend a whole day on the slope, but at least you'll get a chance to enjoy the apres!
Although some people choose to find a job when they arrive in resort, you will need to ensure you have enough money to support you while you look for work and somewhere to live. If you do decide to look for work once you're in resort, it's highly unlikely that you find a job that includes free board and lodgings.

The general rule of thumb is the sooner the better, especially if you want to work in a particular resort.

For jobs in Europe, most companies start their recruiting in May/June, with the aim to have all positions filled by October. That said, there is still the possibility of finding work once the ski season has started, as companies need to replace staff that have left before the end of the season.

If you're looking to work in North America and need a work permit, you will need to get your application in much earlier. This is due to the length of time it takes to process temporary work permits.

Most employers prefer staff to work the whole season, but you can usually find positions available during the season to replace staff that have left early. There are also 'peak season' jobs available over the Christmas, Easter and the February half term for 1 - 2 weeks. These jobs are ideal if you are unable to work a whole season.
In a word, Dunno. When you apply for job on the site, your application goes directly to the employer, and only they can tell you what stage your application is at. You would have received an email when you applied for the job reminding you who the employer was, so you can contact them directly.
Sorry, we can't help you with visas, but some of the employers do provide assistance obtaining one, so if you need one, make sure you mention it when applying.
We aren't a recruitment agency, so we don't offer a placement service.
You can, but you will need to register first and upload any attachments. Once you've done this, simply sign in when you're on your phone or tablet, and your files will automatically be attached to your application.
Yes, employers do try keep friends in the same resort, but you will need to apply as early as possible to ensure there are still spaces available.
You will need to be at least 18, but some roles will have a minimum age 21 or 25 years old for insurance purposes. There is however no upper age, and many people in the 50s and 60s have started to get jobs in resort.
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