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Reach4thealps is a small private chalet company run by Gina and Marcus Ewart. We are both very keen skiers and love the outdoors, after many years of visiting the Alps on holiday and working several seasons doing all the chalet jobs possible from head chef to head loo cleaner we decided to set up on our own.

We set up Reach4thealps in 2002 and we now have a portfolio of 7 catered and 6 self-catered properties in the Morzine & Les Gets area. All the chalets are of a high standard but what ensures our repeat rate stays high is the level of customer service, high standard of catering we offer along with the help of our staff which is why we need to continue to have motivated, capable and happy staff. Our chalets are highly ranked on TripAdvisor so we need to, as a minimum keep this ranking but ideally improve on these positions every year ! As it is our own business we take great pride in looking after our guests and ensuring they have a fantastic holiday.

If you want to work as part of a team, in a lovely chalet, in a fantastic resort and think the job description suits you please email us with your CV, a cover letter explaining why you’d like to work for us and a photo introducing yourself.

We are now recruiting for this WINTER please click on the individual tabs below to see each position available

Chalet Manager Role

We are looking to take on a Chalet Manager for winter 2019-20 who will primarily focus quality control : maintaining the Reach4thealps high standards in service across 7 our catered chalets in Morzine.

As a result, the position is very diverse encompassing guest relations, staff management, driving guests when required for slope runs, monitoring standards of cleanliness and delivery of our set menu in both quality and presentation of our food.

Main responsibilities

Monitoring Standards

  • Weekly inspections of the kitchens and store rooms. Checking staff are complying with good food hygiene practise – (fridges keep clean and food stored and defrosted safely), kitchen ovens, surfaces, sinks all kept immaculate and cloths and tea towels are clean. Food is properly stored and rotated.
  • Frequent check of the general cleanliness of the chalets: entrance areas, ski and boot storage areas, communal areas, tea and coffee “stations” which must be kept replenished and clean, honesty bar fridges and outside areas and hot tubs (being kept tidy and safe- snow and ice cleared)
  • Ensure the “hotel” cleans of the bathrooms is done correctly and towels are changed mid week and laundry put out on time so that it comes back when required.
  • Being present at breakfast and dinner service to ensure that the chalet hosts are delivering the menu to the standard we set during training week.
  • Monitor wine supplies and check that staff are offering guests the proper selection of 3 white and 3 red hours wines, and that white wine is served chilled and red wine served at room temperature.

Guests relations

  • Visiting the chalets and spending time with the guests to ensure that they are happy and their expectations are being met by the chalet team and also that they feel valued (we have many repeat gusts). Communicate with Gina chalet visits so between us we can make sure all the chalets are visited and where possible all guests are met by a member of the Reach management team during their stay.
  • Dealing with guest’s complaints if they arise in a non-confrontational manner with the aim being that issues are quickly resolved so guests can enjoy the rest of their holiday.
  • Doing slope transfers on staff days off, so again having that guest contact.
  • Keeping staff & therefore guests well informed of all events and updated on any relevant information, carrying out any requests (such as booking activities, booking restaurants etc) and helping to make their stay the best holiday experience.
  • Be aware of any special guest requirements, extra beds, cots, high chairs, baby seats, dietary requirements etc to ensure that chalet staff know about these.
  • Have good in resort knowledge of restaurants, ski area, ski hire, ski passes, snow shoe routes etc

Shopping

  • Be familiar with the ingredient list that follows the menu and the various suppliers.
  • Support the staff in their stock taking and shopping planning/ordering.
  • Ensure staff stick to the menu and shopping list so we keep within budget.

Changeover Day

  • Check the guests manifest so you are aware of early arrivals/late departures so you can give help to chalets if required and help with in resort slope runs, taking guests to ski hire etc on arrival day.
  • Make sure there is always someone to welcome guests into a chalet, whether the Reach driver or the staff for that chalet.
  • Ensure that the changeover cleans are done to the high standard required and staff work efficiently so that guests can get into the chalet/rooms as early as possible- help them manage departing and arriving guests.

Staff Management

  • Be a support to the chalet staff and prepared to give a helping hand when necessary.
  • Manage our drivers and hosts and ensure they carry out their roles according to Reach4thealps standards as thoroughly and efficiently as possible, leading by example. Particularly in the early season working with staff to make them more efficient with their time.S
  • Stand in cooking or cleaning in the event of illness, injury or on a temporary basis in the event when we have to lose a staff member
  • Deal with grievance and disciplinary/staff policies in line with company standards
  • Check staff accommodation so that they are treated with care.
  • Keep tabs on linen pick ups and drop offs and handle any issues if linen is not delivered back on time. Be aware of where in each chalet linen needs to be left for the laundry company to collect it from & staff follow this & that staff communicate back in time if linen not back ahead of changeover.

Logistics

Being able to do the occasional airport transfer if required (if possible to get the Swiss licence).

Maintenance

Spot any issues and communicate with our maintenance person. Meet plumber/ electrician tradesmen on site if required.

Paperwork

Collect any receipts on a weekly basis for petty cash & promocash & any other suppliers.

Surveys

Ensure that every group completes a questionnaire per chalet per week and collate the feedback so we can make improvements & address any issues. Feedback positives to the staff & if any issues speak (no email) to staff to get their point of view.

Tripadvisor

Encourage staff to get guests to leave positive TripAdvisor reviews. Set up an internal competition and keep chalet staff & office informed of our rankings.

Communication

The Chalet Manager role is a key link between office and chalet staff and its key that we feel we are all on the same team. While the Chalet Manager role is more resort based – frequently being in the chalets it is important to spend at least 2 half days a week -brief Gina/Jane on staff well being, any issues and suggest solutions and or action required, check Tripadvisor rankings, hand in paperwork/surveys etc and also to feel part of the office team too!

Abilities and expectations

  • An attitude whereby ‘nothing is too much trouble’
  • Ability to lead by example
  • Excellent numeric, administrative and organisational skills
  • A very keen eye for detail
  • Be a competent cook and know the menu so that you could stand in when necessary
  • Ability to work independently or in a team
  • Excellent guest relations and interpersonal skills
  • Good self-motivation
  • Organised, highly flexible and pro-active
  • Excellent time keeping and reliability
  • Forward thinking and planning
  • Safe and competent driver in Alpine conditions – you will be required to drive our staff and guests around resort when needed
  • Ability to remain calm, patient, diplomatic and tactful under pressure

Essential requirements

  • Basic academics, including maths, English and IT
  • Previous experience of managing teams in a hospitality environment
  • Full UK/EU driving licence – you will be required to drive within your role
  • Available for the whole season – November until the end of April
  • UK/EU passport
  • Ideally set up as an Auto Entrepreneur

Package/Hours

Competitive monthly salary paid in euros, a full area ski pass, ski rental for the season, food allowance, uniform, company vehicle and a travel allowance and an end of season bonus, (dependent on chalet shut downs, staff retention, positive guests surveys and Tripadvisor reviews). There will also be 2.5 days per month holiday/sick pay paid at the end of the season.

The role will come with 2 days off, 1 full day and a morning guaranteed every week, the other half day taken when possible if not possible due to staff illness or whatever any half days not taken will be paid at the end of the season.

Please email Gina on [email protected] if you are interested with a cover letter explaining why you are suitable for this role and detailing your relevant experience along with a copy of your CV and a recent photo.

Chalet Helper/Driver

We are looking to recruit Chalet Helpers/Drivers based in Morzine.

Your key responsibilities will be:

  • General help in the chalets
  • In resort transportation of guests
  • Airport transfers
  • Organising ski hire for guests & the point of contact for all ski related questions

General help in the chalet means helping the chalet hosts with things such as setting the table for breakfast & dinner, serving both breakfast and dinner. Serving guests canapés and aperitif pre dinner, clearing tables & washing up. Keeping the honesty bar stocked, maintaining the hot tub, setting the fires, snow clearing, being in charge of wine supplies, being in charge of keeping the garage areas where skis and boots are stored clean and tidy and just generally being an extra pair of hands .

Our in resort service involves shuttling the guests from the chalet to the slopes in the mornings from 8.30 to 10.00 & afternoon pick ups from the slopes from 3.30pm onwards. As well as actually driving the guests you will need to organise the guests in a nice but efficient manner so that the service runs as smoothly as possible.

Our main transfer day is on a Sunday when you will be required to do 2 trips to the airport, you will most likely have to do a trip on Saturday or one mid week when we have short break stays. You will be responsible for  looking after your van, keeping it clean, full of diesel, checking oil & that water is filled for wipers.

In terms of being the point of contact for all ski related questions, we would need you to quickly gain good knowledge of the local area, ski lift opening times, best places to ski/board, good beginner areas, be able to advise on restaurants on the mountain and also help guests at the ski hire shops that we use & be helpful in putting them in contact with ski schools if they require lessons. You would need to keep guests informed on the weather on a daily basis and any events on in the mountain.

Standard daily tasks

Morning:

·         Help hosts lay out & serve breakfast
·         Check hot tub & add chemicals/ water if needed
·         Defrost van, clear snow
·         Restock honesty bar
·         Clean fire, set new fire
·         Run guests to the slopes or ski hire shop
·         Update guests with weather/ski conditions
·         Clean communal areas in chalet

Evening:

·         Pick up guests from slopes/town
·         Help hosts clear away afternoon tea
·         Serve children’s meals if required
·         Serve aperitif & canapes, three course dinner, cheese & coffee
·         Organise & serve wine
·         Help hosts wash and tidy up, clean kitchen
·         Help hosts lay table for breakfast

Standard weekly tasks

·         Refuel & clean van, check oil/ washer fluid
·         Complete driver/van report
·         Communicate transfer times to guests day before departure
·         Take guests to ski hire shop, assist in the shop
·         Hand out ski passes, collect back used passes
·         Manage guest requests, questions
·         Airport transfers (on average 4 a week)
·         Pick up the shopping for the hosts

What kind of person are we looking for?

We are looking for candidates who have the relevant driving experience/qualifications required but above all someone who is a real people person and can manage groups of people in a polite, calm and professional manner.

Key Attributes

· Hard working & have stamina
· Excellent organisational & time management skills
· Outgoing personality, enjoy dealing with people
· Good sense of humor & maintain a smile and cheery disposition at all times
· A competent & courteous driver
· Have a “can do” “no problem” attitude
· Have a clean driving licence & be over 23 years for insurance purposes

All drivers must now have either a professional driving qualification such as a Rospa qualification or 2 years professional driving experience, (the 24 months can be split over 10 years, so an accumulation of experience) as long as we can have a letter of proof from a former employer/s to say the job involved driving in a professional capacity.

Hours/ Package

Competitive monthly salary paid through the French system (in euros), all food while working, full area ski pass, ski hire for the season, uniform and a €150pp travel allowance for your return travel to Morzine. There are 2 days off a week (one full day off and then a morning shift and an evening shift on different days) and 2.5 holiday/sick days per month that will be paid at the end of the season. Reach4thealps will also organise and pay for team events in the season, typically night sledging, cross country skiing and or a meal in a mountain restaurant, an important way to say thanks and to come together as a team and just have fun!

We also have nice, well located accommodation that is available for rent though our sister company at a lower rate than the market average.

Training

Successful applicants will be offered a place on our winter training course commencing in early December. Reach4thealps will pay for your accommodation, all food and will pay for the costs of the training provided by trained chefs & our management team. On completing this course you will be given a contract with Reach4thealps and pay will begin after the completion of this training week.

The employee will need to pay for their own insurance to cover their free time, skiing & personal belongings.

We are a French registered business so therefore can accept all EU residents & non EU residents who have a work visa for France.

Driver/Maintenance

We are looking for a Driver/Maintenance Person.

Your key responsibilities will be:

  • Airport transfers
  • Maintenance in the chalets
  • In resort transportation of guests
  • General help in the chalets

Airport Transfers

Our main transfer day is on a Sunday when you will be required to do 2 trips to the airport, you will most likely have to do a trip on Saturday & one or 2 mid week when we have short break stays. You will be responsible for  looking after your van, keeping it clean, full of diesel, checking oil & that water is filled for wipers.

Maintenance In The Chalets

Without wanting to sound dramatic there are always small things going wrong and we need a Mr or Ms Fix It, we aren’t talking about fixing major leaks or electrical problems as we would get a trained plumber or electrician in for that but things that typically need fixed are:

Shower hose breaks- needs replaced
Plug socket comes away from wall
Wifi issues- need to call Orange and reset box
Broken shelves
Hot tub- issues
Dishwasher faults (blocking, error messages)
Blocked sinks
Broken headboard and chairs
Grout needs replaced
Vacuum cleaner need deblocked

We need someone with good general DIY experience who can use a hammer, a glue gun, sander, pair of plyers and above all their brain to diagnose the issues and fix things.

General Help In The Chalets

General help in the chalet means helping the chalet hosts with things such as setting the table for breakfast & dinner, serving both breakfast and dinner. Serving guests canapés and aperitif pre dinner, clearing tables & washing up. Maintaining hot tubs, setting the fires, snow clearing.

In Resort Service

Our in resort service involves shuttling the guests from the chalet to the slopes in the mornings from 8.30 to 10.00 & afternoon pick ups from the slopes from 3.30pm onwards. As well as actually driving the guests you will need to organise the guests in a nice but efficient manner so that the service runs as smoothly as possible.

What kind of person are we looking for?

We are looking for candidates who have the relevant driving experience/qualifications required but above all someone who is capable of managing their time and prioritising jobs particularly when it comes to the maintenance as these issues need to be resolved quickly, so we need someone who understands that some days will be easy and other days will be busy.

Key Attributes

· Hard working & have stamina
· Excellent organisational & time management skills
· Outgoing personality, enjoy dealing with people
· Good sense of humor & maintain a smile and cheery disposition at all times
· A competent & courteous driver
· Have a “can do” “no problem” attitude
· Have a clean driving licence & be over 23 years for insurance purposes

All drivers must now have either a professional driving qualification such as a Rospa qualification or 2 years professional driving experience, (the 24 months can be split over 10 years, so an accumulation of experience) as long as we can have a letter of proof from a former employer/s to say the job involved driving in a professional capacity.

Hours /Package

Competitive monthly salary paid through the French system (in euros), all food while working, full area ski pass, ski hire for the season, uniform and a €150pp travel allowance for your return travel to Morzine. There are 2 days off a week (one full day off and then a morning shift and an evening shift on different days) and 2.5 holiday/sick days per month that will be paid at the end of the season. Reach4thealps will also organise and pay for team events in the season, typically night sledging, cross country skiing and or a meal in a mountain restaurant, an important way to say thanks and to come together as a team and just have fun!

We also have nice, well located accommodation that is available for rent though our sister company at a lower rate than the market average.

Training

Successful applicants will be offered a place on our winter training course commencing in early December. Reach4thealps will pay for your accommodation, all food and will pay for the costs of the training provided by trained chefs & our management team. On completing this course you will be given a contract with Reach4thealps and pay will begin after the completion of this training week.

The employee will need to pay for their own insurance to cover their free time, skiing & personal belongings.

We are a French registered business so therefore can accept all EU residents & non EU residents who have a work visa for France.

Company Details

We set up Reach4thealps in 2002 and we now have a portfolio of 7 catered and 6 self-catered properties in the Morzine Les Gets area. All the chalets are of a high standard but what ensures our repeat rate stays high is the level of customer service, high standard of catering we deliver with the help of our staff which is why we need to continue to have motivated, capable and happy staff. Our chalets are highly ranked on TripAdvisor so we need to, as a minimum keep this ranking but ideally improve on these positions every year ! As it is our own business we take great pride in looking after our guests and ensuring they have a fantastic holiday.

To apply for a job email Gina with a cover letter telling me why you want the job, why you would be good at it, all relevant work /life experience and attach a CV and a photo of yourself. I look forward to hearing from you!

Single Chalet Host, Morzine

We are looking to recruit 2 single Chalet Hosts for smaller sister catered chalets, Chalets Chouette & Hibou (both sleep 8-10). To run these chalets there will be a team of 3, two Chalet Hosts and one Chalet Host/Driver.

The chalet hosts will work closely together sharing the cooking as we work on a set menu so it is a nice opportunity for single applicants who want to be part of a small team and also may suit friends who want to do a season together but also have a bit of space & independence in running their own chalet.

It is ESSENTIAL that you have previous catering experience, whether it is professional experience, having been a Chalet Host previously or you are an accomplished home cook who has in ADDITION attended a cookery course. While we do provide a full training week on our menu and the running of a chalet, you need to already be a very competent cook. The roles require someone who gets on well with people from all walks of life, can cook to a high standard, is well organised, takes pride in doing the job properly with great attention to detail, has a lot of energy and can work as part of a team.

You will be required to provide breakfast with a daily cooked option, a cake for afternoon tea, hot and cold canapes and a 3-course evening meal, as well as cleaning the chalet daily and changing over the chalet on the day of departure/arrival of the guests. In addition, there will be some weeks when we have guests staying for a short break and the chalet needs to be changed over mid-week but additional help to do the changeover will be given on these weeks.

Standard daily tasks

Morning:

  • Laying out continental breakfast & cook daily hot option
  • Make beds, clean bathroom & empty bins
  • Tidy, vacuum communal living areas & wash floors
  • Prepare & lay out afternoon tea
  • Prep for evening meal (consider kids meals/dietary options)

Evening:

  • Clear away afternoon tea
  • Serve children’s meals if required
  • Prepare & canapes, three course dinner, cheese & coffee
  • Wash and tidy up, clean kitchen
  • Lay table for breakfast


Standard weekly tasks

  • Put laundry out for collection, put away clean laundry
  • Stock take and complete online food order, weekly supermarket shop
  • Complete meat order; store once delivered
  • Mid-week towel change for all rooms
  • Complete chalet report, collect guest satisfaction forms
  • Change-over all bedrooms & clean communal areas (every Sunday with some mid-week change-overs)
  • Juggling change-over if you have an overlap of arriving & departing guests
  • Manage guest requests, questions, problems
  • Additional preparation for staff day off

What kind of person are we looking for?

We are looking for individuals who have either done a ski season hosting a chalet before & or have experience working in the catering/hospitality industry or who have attended a chalet cookery course and who have a genuine love and interest in food & flair for cooking & excellent attention to detail.

You need to be

  • Hard working & have stamina
  • Be well organised and be good at managing your time
  • Be an excellent cook
  • Outgoing and enjoy dealing with people
  • A cheery person with a positive attitude

Hours/ Package

Competitive monthly salary paid through the French system (in euros), all food while working, full area ski pass, ski hire for the season, uniform and a €150pp travel allowance for your return travel to Morzine. There are 2 days off a week (one full day off and then a morning shift and an evening shift on different days) and 2.5 holiday/sick days per month that will be paid at the end of the season. Reach4thealps will also organise and pay for team events in the season, typically night sledging, cross country skiing and or a meal in a mountain restaurant, an important way to say thanks and to come together as a team and just have fun!

We also have nice, well located accommodation that is available for rent though our sister company at a lower rate than the market average.

Training

Successful applicants will be offered a place on our winter training course commencing in early December. Reach4thealps will pay for your accommodation, all food and will pay for the costs of the training provided by trained chefs & our management team. On completing this course you will be given a contract with Reach4thealps and pay will begin after the completion of this training week.

The employee will need to pay for their own insurance to cover their free time, skiing & personal belongings.

We are a French registered business so therefore can accept all EU residents & non EU residents who have a work visa for France.

Company Details

Reach4thealps is a small private chalet company run by Gina and Marcus Ewart. We are both very keen skiers and love the outdoors, after many years of visiting the Alps on holiday and working several seasons doing all the chalet jobs possible from head chef to head loo cleaner we decided to set up on our own. We set up Reach4thealps in 2002 and we now have a portfolio of 7 catered and 6 self-catered properties in the Morzine Les Gets area. All the chalets are of a high standard but what ensures our repeat rate stays high is the level of customer service, high standard of catering we deliver with the help of our staff which is why we need to continue to have motivated, capable and happy staff. Our chalets are highly ranked on TripAdvisor so we need to, as a minimum keep this ranking but ideally improve on these positions every year ! As it is our own business we take great pride in looking after our guests and ensuring they have a fantastic holiday.

To apply for a job email Gina with a cover letter telling me why you want the job, why you would be good at it, all relevant work /life experience and attach a CV, 6 day menu plan and a photo of yourself. I look forward to hearing from you!

Couple Chalet Host Positions, Morzine

We are looking to recruit 2 chalet host couples to run Chalet Aux Joux (sleeps 12-13) and Claire Vallee (sleeps 10-12) and then our larger chalets,  Cairn Lodge (sleeps 14-17), and Brown Bear (sleeps 14-18), these 2 larger chalets do have the additional help of a full time driver/chalet helper.

Chalet Host Job Description

Do you both or does one of you have professional catering experience ? Do you want to work for a small family run company where you are not just a number but a vital team member? Are you organised, hard working and capable of running your own chalet? Have you worked together before and do you enjoy looking after people? Do you love the mountains and skiing or boarding?

If the answer is yes then please apply for one of our Chalet Host Couple positions.

The role requires someone who gets on well with people from all walks of life, can cook to a very high standard, is well organised, takes pride in doing the job properly with great attention to detail and has a lot of energy!

You will manage your own chalet, providing breakfast with a daily cooked option, baking a cake for afternoon tea, preparing hot and cold canapes and preparing and serving a 3-course evening meal, as well as cleaning the chalet daily and changing over the chalet on the day of departure/arrival of the guests.

Food is really important to us and is one of the reasons why so many guests come back to stay with us year after year. We work to a set menu which we have created with an experienced chef who has experience running a chalet to ensure that the menu is delicious and varied but also achievable for our hosts!  As well as being fabulous cooks the job requires you to take a genuine interest in the guests, welcoming them and creating a warm friendly atmosphere whilst keeping the chalet spotlessly clean, ensuring the bathrooms & bedrooms are cleaned daily. The role requires the chalet host to buy for the menu (thereby keeping within budget), do a weekly stock check and to do the grocery shopping .

Standard daily tasks

Morning:

  • Laying out continental breakfast & cook daily hot option
  • Make beds, clean bathroom & empty bins
  • Tidy, vacuum communal living areas & wash floors
  • Prepare & lay out afternoon tea
  • Prep for evening meal (consider kids meals/dietary options)

Evening:

  • Clear away afternoon tea
  • Serve children’s meals if required
  • Prepare & canapes, three course dinner, cheese & coffee
  • Wash and tidy up, clean kitchen
  • Lay table for breakfast


Standard weekly tasks

  • Put laundry out for collection, put away clean laundry
  • Stock take and complete online food order, weekly supermarket shop
  • Complete meat order; store once delivered
  • Mid-week towel change for all rooms
  • Complete chalet report, collect guest satisfaction forms
  • Change-over all bedrooms & clean communal areas (every Sunday with some mid-week change-overs)
  • Juggling change-over if you have an overlap of arriving & departing guests
  • Manage guest requests, questions, problems
  • Additional preparation for staff day off

What kind of person are we looking for?

We are looking for individuals who have either done a ski season hosting a chalet before & or have experience working in the catering/hospitality industry and who have a genuine love and interest in food & flair for cooking & excellent attention to detail.

You need to be

  • Hard working & have stamina
  • Be well organised and be good at managing your time
  • Be an excellent cook
  • Outgoing and enjoy dealing with people
  • A cheery person with a positive attitude

Hours/ Package

Competitive monthly salary paid through the French system (in euros), all food while working, full area ski pass, ski hire for the season, uniform and a €150pp travel allowance for your return travel to Morzine. There are 2 days off a week (one full day off and then a morning shift and an evening shift on different days) and 2.5 holiday/sick days per month that will be paid at the end of the season. Reach4thealps will also organise and pay for team events in the season, typically night sledging, cross country skiing and or a meal in a mountain restaurant, an important way to say thanks and to come together as a team and just have fun!

We also have nice, well located accommodation that is available for rent at a lower rate than the market average.

Training

Successful applicants will be offered a place on our winter training course commencing in early December. Reach4thealps will pay for all food during this course and will pay for the costs of the training provided by trained chefs & our management team. On completing this course you will be given a contract with Reach4thealps and pay will begin after the completion of this training week.

The employee will need to pay for their own insurance to cover their free time, skiing & personal belongings.

We are a French registered business so therefore can accept all EU residents & non EU residents who have a work visa for France.

If you apply, please provide your CV, a recent photo & a cover note explaining why you would be suited to this job, why you would like to work in Morzine and for Reach4thealps?

Company Details

Reach4thealps is a small private chalet company run by Gina and Marcus Ewart. We are both very keen skiers and love the outdoors, after many years of visiting the Alps on holiday and working several seasons doing all the chalet jobs possible from head chef to head loo cleaner we decided to set up on our own. We set up Reach4thealps in 2002 and we now have a portfolio of 7 catered and 6 self-catered properties in the Morzine Les Gets area. All the chalets are of a high standard but what ensures our repeat rate stays high is the level of customer service, high standard of catering we deliver with the help of our staff which is why we need to continue to have motivated, capable and happy staff. Our chalets are highly ranked on TripAdvisor so we need to, as a minimum keep this ranking but ideally improve on these positions every year ! As it is our own business we take great pride in looking after our guests and ensuring they have a fantastic holiday.

If you want to work as part of a team, in a lovely chalet, in a fantastic resort and think the job description suits you please email us with your CV and a photo introducing yourself.

For more details please see www.reach4thealps.com. To apply for a job email Gina with a cover letter telling me why you want the job, why you would be good at it, all relevant work /life experience and attach a CV, 6 day menu plan and a photo of yourself. I look forward to hearing from you!

Customer Service

Customer Service is at the heart of what we do, we provide holidays to remember for all the right reasons! We pride ourselves on tailor made and unique holidays. Many of our guests come back to us time and time again. We won the Source Favourite Customer Service Award in 2017 and were yet again Source Magazine finalists in April 2019 ! If you’d like to come and work with us and help us to continue to offer this level of service, please do get in touch!