Jobs in La Plagne
There are lots of ski jobs available for the winter in La Plagne. Employers realise that most people come out to make the most of being in a ski resort. Their priority will be to serve their clients: you need to get the job done and well before indulging yourself. Your priorities might be the skiing, snowboarding and après-ski: get your job done first and you will find plenty of opportunity for the rest.
There are many types of ski jobs in La Plagne available. Use the links below to find jobs in that category or try our full listing.
Ski jobs for couples and singles to work to run catered chalets in La Plagne. Hard work but probably best for getting ski time.
Work as a resort manager for a tour operator in La Plagne; might cover clients in hotels, apartments and/ or chalets.
Nanny jobs in La Plagne are available with a number of British tour operators: qualified nannies to work either within a creche or as a private nanny for skiers on a family ski holiday.
Occasionally available with British tour operators and locally. Check the insurance that they carry.
Bar, Waiting and Hotel Staff
Websites such as Natives probably have the best selection of jobs as bar, waiting and hotel staff. Opportunities are sometimes available through the tourist office websites. If we will list any we know.
ESF; Oxygene and Reflex ski school in la Plagne for qualified ski and snowboarding instructors for the winter season.
It is best to apply direct to the ski and snowboarding equipment hire shops. Various shops are listed on this site; a fuller list can be found on the La Plagne Tourist Office site.
Anything from shop assistant to sales and marketing.
Occasionally available with British tour operators, more likely locally but these will tend to be taken locally and are often performed by the same person year in year out.
Whether you are looking for work, have a job in La Plagne already or are an employer have a look at the “Working in La Plagne Forum“.
Local employers will be governed by French employment legislation. British companies may be able to get round much of this by recruiting you and seconding you to their French operation: your contract may be with the British company. The headline terms of employment will vary hugely, do not judge on that: look at the detail of what is provided. A British company will expect you to have a UK bank account and NI number. In any event you will be expected to have an EU passport.