Working as a resort/transfer driver //

  Topic Started By:  Snowy_Robster    On:  Wed 28th February, 2018 at 08:59
Member Since: 2018
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#2  Working as a resort/transfer driver  28 Feb '18 at 08:59
Hi All

Just come back from a week in Val Thorens and i've now got the bug. i'm seriously considering a season next year and seen a few positions as a transfer/resort driver on various websites which appeals to me.

Wondered if anyone had worked in this capacity and if they could tell me more about the job?

How much slope time do you get in this role?

Would there be much work for a relatively older chap such as myself in this capacity? (36 years old)

What are the odds of me at least getting my own room whilst away? - don't mind sharing accommodation but i'm not a big fan of having to bunk up with other guys.

I don't have my D1 license yet but I am considering getting that done as well as my CPC License. Have driven LWB vans and various other vehicles for many years in various jobs, and have some basic mechanical knowledge.

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