Interski Employment Opportunities
Please also ensure that you research each of the job roles, to ensure that you are applying for the role that best meets your skill set (this can however be more than one role). We look forward to receiving your completed application forms in due course, however if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. email@example.com.
What do we look for in our staff?
Overall, there are certain qualities that we look for in our staff which are as follows:
- Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
- Fun and outgoing personality with a flexible attitude
- Excellent organisational skills
- Flexible hands on and proactive approach
- Highly motivated and able to motivate others
- Able to work on own initiative
- Great team player
- Strong communication skills
- Proven problem solving experience
- Full, clean driving licence required with International Driving Permit, relevant for Italy.
School & College Co-ordinator
Generally known throughout the ski industry as a hotel rep. At Interski we know them as Co-ordinators, in recognition of the importance and extent of the work they do. You will be the first point of contact for school and college groups upon arrival in resort and are invaluable to the overall running of their programme, liaising between group leaders, hoteliers and coach drivers. Typically you will be responsible for their movements around resort, accompanying them daily to the slopes, après-ski activities and eating with them in your hotel. You must be flexible and eager to provide an exceptional level of service and face to face customer care, with good team spirit and lots of initiative. This vital role requires the ability to deal with an array of situations, so the ability to communicate and organise effectively is essential. These team members are more often than not in the spotlight and must have a thorough knowledge of the operation. A very demanding but rewarding position.
One of the most demanding and integral positions within our resort team. These team players are responsible for being in three places at once, assisting in every aspect of the Interski operation. Always contactable 24/7 by phone and/or radio, Resort Assistants must be able and prepared to cover as and when necessity dictates. You must be a good all rounder with a range of skills and qualifications. This role is diverse so requires a flexible hands on and proactive approach. A desire to learn quickly and the ability to think beyond the initial situation are key requirements. Duties generally involve providing practical support and advice to both clients and fellow colleagues, mannnig après-ski, airport transfers, staffing ski hire and dealing with on-mountain incidents. You will be expected, therefore, to be flexible, hardworking and forward thinking. A driving licence is essential as driving duties are an integral part of this role in providing clients with transfers in and around resort and also our 'Meet and Greet Service' at Turin and Geneva airports.
Head Resort Assistant
As the main point of contact of the Resort Assistant team, the Head Resort Assistant role offers more responsibility and requires the use of previous team leader experience and considerable initiative to solve problems and manage logistics in one of our resorts. It involves the management and motivation of fellow Resort Assistants and works closely with the Overseas Management Team.
The role of a Resort Co-ordinator is to oversee the daily off mountain and resort operations. This will involve management of the staff team through co-ordinated weekly meetings and be the main point of contact for the resort team, group leaders, coach drivers and suppliers. Works closely with the Resorts Management Team, with a bias towards the après-ski programme. Experience of managing staff is essential in this role Italian or French is an advantage.
A unique position to Interski, you will act as a translatory service between any injured clients and the medical services in Italy. This role does not require any medical experience, you must organise logistics and act as a linguistic aid only. In the event of an accident or illness these invaluable team members are responsible for going to medical centres/doctors/hospital and hotels, providing caring and supportive back-up for sick/injured clients in resort. Duties include liaising between Italian and British agencies involved in the medical process. A willingness to provide an exceptional level of service and care is essential, as is the ability to communicate and organise effectively in this very demanding but rewarding position. You should be able to deal with clients colleagues/suppliers in a professional and reassuring manner during any emergency situations, whilst remaining calm and in control at all times. Italian/French is essential in this role.
We are looking for a lively, warm and enthusiastic Nanny to join our resort team. This role, new last season, is needing a creative and driven individual to continue to shape this department. The Nanny works in partnership with a local miniclub in Pila, to deal exclusively with our clients. We are seeking an experienced Nanny to work closely with the miniclub to create a fun and safe environment in which our clients feel fully confident in leaving their children.
You will need to have experience of working with, and caring for children of varying ages. The Resort Nanny will be responsible for keeping the children engaged and safe, running pre-planned age specific activities, and creating new and exciting activities. You are required to have experience working with young children, ideally as a Nanny or Au Pair, or work within education.
Snowsports Holidays Co-ordinators deal with the day to day running of Interski Snowsports Holidays (adults and families) in your specific resort. You will always be on hand and available to facilitate the smooth running of the Snowsports Holidays product. Unlike a Schools/Colleges Co-ordinator, the Holidays Co-ordinator will look after up to five hotels as opposed to just one. You will be responsible for everything from the organisation of arrival lunches to airport meet and greet. You will deal with evening venues, hoteliers and suppliers and always report directly to the Snowsports Holidays Manager. This is a challenging and varied role with less daily structure than our School/College Co-ordinators. Good communication skills and an ability to work under pressure is essential, as is an interest in dealing with the adult market. Italian or French is an advantage.
Ski Hire Co-ordinator / Assistant
Reporting directly to the Resource Co-ordinator you will look after Interski's 'shop window'. As well as a working knowledge of ski and board maintenance and repair, you will be responsible for an accurate stock control and efficient rental and return system. Interski owns in excess of 1,850 pairs of skis and 3,500 pairs of boots as well as snowboard, and you will be responsible in keeping the equipment in excellent condition. You should be able to demonstrate an organised and methodical approach to your work, whilst remaining cheerful and welcoming at all times as this position involves constant contact with clients. A Snowsport Technicians Certificate is essential.
Part Time School & College Co-ordinator
As a part time member of the team you would be employed on a casual basis as a School & College Co-ordinator. Generally known throughout the ski industry as a hotel rep. At Interski we know them as Co-ordinators, in recognition of the importance and extent of work they do. You will be the first point of contact for the school and college groups upon arrival in resort and are invaluable to the overall running of their programme, liaising between group leaders, hoteliers and coach drivers.
Season Dates Departure from Mansfield December 2020 – Season End approx - End of April 2021.
If applying for a Resort Assistant role you must be 21 or over due to insurance policy issues on certain vehicles which you would be expected to drive.
All staff members must have a DBS certificate issued within the last three years prior to the start of season.
All staff members must have full driving licence and will be required to obtain an International Driving Permit (1968 – version) prior to starting the season. This can be obtained from your local Post Office. (UK residents)
All staff must have a valid EHIC (European Health Insurance Card)(UK residents)
All staff must be eligible to work in the UK. (Appropriate visas held if non-UK resident)