Ski and Snowboard Instructors

with OutdoorJAC

Ski Instructor
Snowboard Course
New Zealand
France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Various
start dateStart date:
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contract durationContract duration:
Full Season, November to March, depending upon resort
hours of workHours of work:
Typically 1 free day per week
accommodation includedAccommodation included
training providedTraining provided

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Ski and Snowboard Instructors

typical day
The job description
a typical day in resort

Teaching people to ski is a rewarding job. Not only do you get to help other people to enjoy our amazing sport, but you get to spend a whole season on the piste, getting paid!

You will be put in charge of a small group of people who could range from complete beginners, to competent skiers, depending upon your own level of expertise.

ideal candidate
Who are we looking for?
what makes you the ideal candidate

To teach people how to ski you will need a recognised teaching qualification. There are various versions out there offered by different ski countries, and the level of qualification will dictate both how in demand you will be, and much you get paid. Most ski instructor jobs will require you to have at least level 2. If this applies to you, we would love to hear from you.

our offer
What can we offer you?
why choose us for your ski season

Your rate of pay will be dependent upon your level of experience, but as ski resort jobs go, you are a key member of the team and your salary will reflect that.

The typical package can include accommodation, food and drinks, a season-long ski pass, plus flights and transfers to and from the resort.

In an effort to avoid the headache of staff leaving midway through the season, many employers include a performance-related bonus payable at the end of the season. This can really boost your earnings!


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