Ski Resort Bar Work

Most bar work vacancies are simple enough to fill in resort. As long as the bar owner isn't worried about a high turnover of staff, there is always a steady stream of hopeful holiday makers looking to fund their ski trip by working nights in the resort's pubs and clubs. If this is how you intend to fund a season-long stay in the ski resort of your choice, you may be best contacting the local bars direct before the ski season begins. Other bars like to remove the hassle and recruit a team of people who are going to stay with them all season long. You will find these bar staff job vacancies below. Check back soon or follow us on facebook as as we regularly update vacancies.


Bar Manager

Bar Manager


Live and work in a world-famous ski resort this winter! We need an experienced bar worker who is able to work on their own initiative and who possess excellent customer service and communication skills and has experience managing budgets, accounting, and handling cash.
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Bar Assistant

Bar Assistant


Reporting to the Hotel Manager/Bar Supervisor you will provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere for guests in our Hotels.
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Bar Supervisor

Bar Supervisor


The Bar Supervisor works closely with the Hotel Manager to deliver excellent customer service and seamless delivery of the bar services.
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Bar Assistant

Bar Assistant


Reporting to the Hotel Manager/Bar Supervisor you will provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere for guests in our Hotels.
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Bar Manager

Bar Manager


Live and work in a world-famous ski resort this winter! We need an experienced bar worker who is able to work on their own initiative and who possess excellent customer service and communication skills and has experience managing budgets, accounting, and handling cash.
More Details & Application


First up, what's involved?

Your bar staff job role will see you waiting tables, serving drinks and probably getting involved in the promotion of the venue, especially during the day. Bars compete for thirsty customers looking to party the night away following a fun day on the piste so the more people you can get in through the doors, the more money you are going to make in tips. You'll be on your feet all night and the hours are pretty long but you will meet lots of great people.

Tips for getting hired

If you already have some experience you are much more likely to have your application considered. The work is likely to be fast paced, especially in the popular bars, so nobody is likely to have time to bring a newbie up to speed. Much like the UK, you are going to need to be at least 18 to work in a ski resort bar although if you are in your 20s your chances will improve again. If you are heading to France, Austria or Italy, you could do yourself a favour by picking up some language phrases as your customers are going to speak a variety of languages.