If cooking isn’t your thing, but you’re a logical and organised person – then apply for Time of Your Life Travel's Resort Administrator role. Enjoy the Alps and its benefits without cooking for large groups of people, learn some new skills and have multiple responsibilities as part of our resort support team.
We have a strong team in resort and we take pride in our staff and the high quality service they provide – we expect you to work hard and be committed to delivering these levels of quality and in return we provide you with all the tools and support you need to make this task as easy as possible, with plenty of piste time guaranteed and a competitive remuneration package so you can make the most of your season.
Why Choose Time of Your Life Travel?
We take pride in our staff and the high quality service they provide – we expect you to work hard and be committed to delivering these levels of quality. There will be plenty of piste time through the season and a competitive remuneration package so you can make the most of your winter season with us! We are a small business and the Directors between them have over 20 seasons experience in the French Alps. We also have a small full time team that would love to welcome you into the clan.
Spending your winter as a seasonnaire will be one of your best experiences. You meet friends for life, improve on your skiing with plenty of slope time and you’ll take home so many memories and transferable skills!
The Resort Administrator reports to the Operations Manager and you will be part of a small team responsible for the administration tasks in connection with operations in resort and for management of our warehouse. You will be working in Aime, at our resort office/warehouse facility, with accommodation provided in an external shared apartment.
Winter Season Core Tasks
Preparation of client files for arrival
Recording and dealing with the return of lost property
Working in the warehouse to prepare chalet orders
Liaison with resort managers and chalets and the UK office as necessary
Start-Up and Closedown Periods
Supporting the resort team in pre-season preparation
Year-end stock count during closedown and supporting the resort team with the closure of chalets
Skills and Experience Required
Good organisational and administrative skills – a logical approach and an eye for detail and accuracy
Good IT skills with PC based applications – in particular Microsoft Office and good working knowledge of Outlook and general systems literacy for the use of our bespoke reservation system and supplier booking systems (training will be given)
French language skills an advantage but not essential
Commitment to the delivery of excellent customer service to clients
Competitive basic salary paid in Sterling or Euro’s depending on your circumstances
Travel to and from resort at the start and end of the season from a London airport, or travel allowance if not appropriate
Fully paid training
A benefits package for seasonal staff ski pass, equipment rental and medical insurance
Holiday accrued as per French rules
All applicants must be over 21 years of age (for insurance purposes)
Eligible to work in France, either via secondment (UK resident prior to Brexit deadline) or EU resident
Our season starts with fully paid training prior to the season, this means you must be available to start on 11th November 2020. We also like our staff to complete the full experience of a winter season in the mountains and therefore you need to be able to work up until 30th April 2021.
Good luck and we look forward to receiving your application!
The Time of Your Life "Ski Amis" brand Team