Each year, we get well over applications for our four chalet-host roles. We do always read everything sent to us, CVs, covering letters, emails etc. But with so many applicants, we have to be ruthless at this early stage of recruitment. An application has to really stand out straight away amongst all of those people writing to us.
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Here at Best Web Jobs we receive a heck of a lot of curriculum vitaes from people who are either trying to find the first rung on the jobs ladder, or are temporarily out of work, or who are seeking to change their current job. Many of these candidates are clearly well educated, experienced, and more than capable of doing a fantastic job for the employers who are searching for suitable candidates. Consequently we are able to pass on some great quality candidates to our advertisers. On the other hand
Added by: Venture Ski. It is a shame that students attempt to be professional on their applications but fail miserably at the first hurdle - their CV! HR and job placement professionals need to assist students in understanding how to present themselves for ski season work. Here are a few of my top tips So many CVs cross my desks with a photo of the applicant at a party, holding a drink, with a cheeky grin on their face.
Are you looking to a partial or full season job in the Alps? Keep reading to find out how you can become part of our resort-based team and have the experience of a lifetime. We are after eager and enthusiastic individuals to join our team of catered chalet hosts. As a catered chalet host, you will be responsible for delivering an impeccable catered experience to the customers staying in your chalet. The role will require you to prepare breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner each day of the week for your guests as well as clean and maintain the chalet.