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Season job in La Plagne

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Any ideas on what could be available ? For someone who is British , but speaks French. Has a EU residency card. Has Somewhere to stay in La Plagne.

Is there much demand for Reps ? Who would one contact ?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Blimey, I would have thought that you sound an ideal candidate for a lot of British chalet companies.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@eblunt, The best way to get a resort job is not to "Contact" anyone.
Go the resort you want, and present yourself to the businesses in person.
Go the local pole emploi, go to the tourist office, ski-shops, ski-schools (to work in the office), language schools (you can get a TEFL qualification relatively quickly), bars, pubs, restaurants, the lift company, the Mairie ( here they hire seasonal staff to help out). Best to come before they close in early September, as most will be shut in the inter-season.

@foxtrotzulu, Very few British chalet companies can afford to hire staff legally on French contracts, respecting the 35 hour week, the minimum wage, overtime payments, the mandatory holiday pay, the URSSAF cotisations, the training tax etc... Only the high end, owner staffed and niche operations can afford this. Most have adopted a model of outsourcing the services they can no longer legally provide ( guiding, transfers, etc.. ) and other services that are expensive to provide at small scale (laundry, catering, childcare etc.. ). The days of giving the chalet host: board, lodging, a lift pass and 200 quid to work a 48 hour week are long gone.
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