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Work a season in Zao, Japan

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Reposting this from Facebook, we stayed at Lodge Scole in Zao a few years back and really enjoyed it, the snow was amazing, its a half decent ski area, and you get to see the snow monsters! Any way they have some job opportunities

!!!!For next season or more
**Please be awere that is for visa holder candidate.
Requiring cheerful friendly multipurpose staff (Yamagata zao)
求人募集 急募management staff include seasonal contraction staff welcome
employment type: part-time
internship ,proper seasonal job,seasonal contracted
Japanese language conversation level and sports athleite preferable
Requirement long term seasonal staff ,short term
Kitchen assistant and serving etc.キッチンアシスタント及びホテル業務
House keeper and serving etc.ハウスクリーナー及びホテル業務
Multipurpose staff ,maintain capable too.
冬シーズン募集Winter hole season 
日本語、英語必要 Language Japanease English-speaking
運転免許あればなお良driving license
Unique Housing Keeping Position and more
- older 20+, educated.
Skilled at Housekeeping and related work. Efficient at following directions. Able to work on a small team.
Friendly, Warm and Kind to our guests. Enjoy nature,snow board life, or Private time in quite surroundings.
Lodge Scole House keeper will be daily keeping the Lodge clean and welcoming for our guest.
Unique Kitchen and Cook positions and more
- Older (20+, Skilled Home Cooking, Experienced Restaurant Cook or Professional experience required. Beside we will ask other task
Wage \6,000/per day it will be paid in the end of month
3 meals and free accommodate includes (basic) sharing with staff
Free time can go skiing and snow board
Visa holder preference
We invite you to make the interview process a two-way conversation, in writing or next time we talk. Ideally these questions give us more information about previous background/experience in communal living. We are less interested in standard job dynamics, but instead, about trying to imagine what it would be like to live together for 2-3 months. Zao is a small town where everyone outside our bubble speaks a different language both literally and culturally.
What is most exciting, and most potentially problematic about group collaboration for you?
Tell us a little about any previous experience in community living. How would you describe yourself as a community member? Strengths and weaknesses, please.
Living and working this closely with others in a community can result in conflict. How you would move forward individually (or with others) after a challenging conversation.
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Zao is an old skiing and onsen village, famous for it's very smelling onsen. Lots of snow! (and of course "Snow Monsters")

Perfect for bilingual - very "Japanese" place.

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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
It was 2011, when I was there ! this is my trip post and a few Snow Monster photos, there is also a bit on Shiga Kogen

@Hyst, Very Japanese indeed and one of the main reason for picking it, there was a superb Ramen bar up by the main slope, great place to stop at the end of the day for a beer and a snack

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@radar, Hope you skin hasn't fallen off. Toofy Grin Madeye-Smiley

Edit: Guess, not, as you made it to Shiga-kogen. wink

Nice pictures.
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Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Keep sharing your tales of Japan chaps! It’s top of my list and you’ve whet my appetite for a ‘sushi n ski’ trip. Razz

If I was younger, had some useful (non-salaryman) skills and kept up my nihongo from the 80s, I would’ve jumped at the job.
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