Peak Season Ski Reps


PGL is recruiting PEAK SEASON SKI REPS to accompany our school groups on their ski trips to various European ski resorts during the school February half term and Easter holidays in 2018.

We’re looking for diplomatic, organised people who will ensure that every aspect of the trip runs smoothly for your group of English-speaking school children and their teachers. This involves liaising with your hotel, coach drivers, ski school, ski hire shop, evening entertainment venues and party leaders.

One large aspect of a PGL Ski Rep’s role is to provide a full evening entertainments programme for each group. This is a mixture of non costing ‘in-house’ events run by yourself, plus the hiring of local facilities if the group require it.

Ideally you’ll be a competent skier/boarder, with at least two weeks on the snow in a European ski resort, and experience of working with young people.

Our Ski Rep positions are for the peak weeks of our operating season. It is a pre-requisite that you are available for the February half term week in 2018. No full-season employment is available.

We offer a wage of £175 per week plus in resort expenses, transport to and from resort from the UK, full board accommodation, uniform, full winter sports insurance, lift pass and equipment hire.

Successful applicants will be asked to attend a two-day weekend training/assessment course during October 2017 to ensure suitability for the role.

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Successful applicants are required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure, which PGL will pay for.

PGL is committed to the principle of equality and diversity. We welcome applicants from all sectors of the community.

Nationalities Accepted/Visa Requirements: You need to have the legal right to live and work in the UK to be considered for this role.

Expires: Oct 17, 2017


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