MTB Beds is hiring, it could be you!
From humble beginnings five years ago MTB Beds now provides some of the most exciting Downhill and Enduro holidays available anywhere in the World. From the high Alpine peaks of Morzine to the dusty, technical single track of Finale Ligure there is something for everyone.
We are looking for an individual to assist our chalet couple run our flagship chalet Chapelle this summer season in Morzine. There for breakfast and dinner service, you will be the support that keeps the chalet running efficiently, the glue that brings it all together.
You will be presentable, personable, professional, humble and outgoing, able to converse with any client. You will be responsible for breakfast service, keeping the chalet tip top and for keeping things on track during dinner service, assisting the chef with potwash.
The successful applicant will;
- Be Reliable, have an eye for detail and not be afraid to get their hands dirty.
- Have the ability to work efficiently and diligently, be happy working in a team and taking instruction.
- Have some experience in a customer facing role.
- Be presentable, personable, professional, humble and outgoing, able to converse with any client.
- Have a dutiful sense of cleanliness, a great work ethic, not satisfied unless everything is organised and in it’s place
The dates for this position are the 1st June - 09th September 2018. The package includes the following
- Competitive package
- Accommodation in central Morzine chalet
- Full FOX riding kit
- Day trips to neighbouring resorts
- Full Portes du Soleil season lift pass
- Travel to & from the UK
- Opportunity to work in our new destinations including La Thuile, Finale Ligure and .....
- Opportunity to work for a rider owned company with real future possibilities
This is a live in role in our Riders Week chalet in Morzine.
If this sounds like the perfect job for you please send your CV and a covering letter detailing your knowledge of Morzine, the Portes du Soleil and a paragraph about what your idea day riding bikes in the Alps would be. Stay rad!