SKI JOBS - WORK WITH US!

By natives_cs, 24 Jul '15 at 16:52

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View our ski jobs for the 2015/16 ski season.

Have you ever wanted to wake up knowing that when you look out the window your morning view will be snow, mountains and the perfect line you want to ride later in the day? Join Skiworld for a ski season and your dream will soon become a daily routine.


Work Hard, Play Harder, Ski Even Harder...

At Skiworld we understand that skiing and boarding is more often than not, the driving force behind people doing a winter season. Our philosophy lies in work hard, play hard, ski even harder!

If you are willing to put the time in and work with enthusiasm and dedication - you will, in return, get plenty of time on the mountain. For example, we have set menus that not only enforce a consistency throughout all our chalets, they also allow staff to become so good at what they do, it cuts down the prep time – Meaning more ski time for you!

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