Natives Jobs Fair Preview: Skiworld

By Natives_admin, 26 May '15 at 15:44

Come and speak to Skiworld at Natives Jobs Fair, 20th June, Novotel London!

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

Don't forget to click the link below to register on eventbrite, and be in with a chance of winning a host of ski goodies!

Skiworld is the UK’s largest independent ski tour operator with over 30 years of experience. Their long standing success comes from their love of the mountains, understanding their guests’ needs and delivering holidays to world-class resorts with excellent customer service. They will be at the fair looking for staff for the 15/16 winter season with a passion for the mountains and exceptional customer service skills for a wide variety of job roles such as:

  • Head Chalet Host
  • Chalet Host
  • Chef
  • Maintenance Driver
  • Kitchen Porter/ Night Porter
  • Flexi-host
  • Chalet Manager

  • As an employer Skiworld are a company with an excellent reputation. They offer a first class training programme, a friendly and approachable style to management and they also have a personable approach to their staff. When you work for Skiworld you are a name, not a number. They also offer you the chance to work in some of the top ski resorts and their comprehensive package offers you all of the benefits including transport, insurance which includes off-piste, accommodation, food, lift passes, uniform, equipment hire.

    You will also have a number of career opportunities as they do often promote from within.The fact that over 90% of their staff would go back and work for them again, illustrates just how good they are as an employer.

    What’s more they consider each applicant individually, offer one to one interviews and they’ll confirm your specific resort and property at the job offer stage so you can plan for family and friends to visit during your season as well as opportunities to get to know the other staff you will be working with.

    Working a season with Skiworld is a fantastic way to gain a whole range of transferable skills which set your CV apart from all others no matter what area of work you are hoping to go into afterwards. This experience will give you the confidence to deal with all manner of people and problems, and improve your time-management, budgeting and decision making skills.

    Some of the benefits of working with Skiworld are:

  • They're smaller and still privately owned, making you closer to the decision makers
  • They value their staff as individuals
  • When they offer you a position, they allocate you a specific resort and property straight away
  • Each placement is tailored to your personality, abilities and requirements
  • Skiworld invest a lot of time in practical and relevant training
  • They listen to your valuable ideas for improvement
  • Skiworld is all about teamwork, support and recognition
  • They promote from within wherever possible.
  • They only offer positions in top snow-sure resorts

  • The Skiworld recruitment team will be at the recruitment fair with our range and variety of season experience to share and to answer any questions that you may have in advance of your application.

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