Job Description: Chalet Host

The role of chalet host varies between company but generally will see you working closely with the chalet chef to create a warm and welcoming environment for your guests.

Chalet hosts need to be warm friendly people and will usually work seven days a week.
Although most company's dont require formal qualification previous experience in the hospitality or catering sectors are sought after.

Many company's will require a sample meal plan to be submitted with your application.The average food budget is €7 per person per day, including wine. For advice on this visit our preparing for interview or creating a meal plan pages.

Duties include

  • Meeting and greeting guests on arrival and helping them to settle into the chalet and resort 
  • Liaising with concierge to make bookings and reservations
  • Assisting a chalet chef in providing a luxury catered service, 6 days a week, including basic food preparation, laying the table, serving and clearing
  • Ensuring that the chalet is immaculate for the guestsà€™ arrival, as well as cleaning the chalet on a daily basis to a high standard
  • Being responsible for the immediate reporting and resolution of all maintenance problems
  • Checking guests into the chalet and helping guests with any queries, general questions and activity or restaurant bookings
  • Being available to assist in other areas of the resort when required
  • Keeping the areas surrounding the properties clean and free from ice and snow

Perks of the job
  • Leftover booze
  • Good slope time
  • Great Customers
The downside
  • Cleaning toilets
  • Horrible Customers
  • Early starts