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Resort / Chalet Managers

  • Job Location

    Italian Dolomites

  • Start date

    November

  • Duration

    April

  • Job Benefits

    Competitive weekly wage + full season Superski Dolomiti Ski pass + ski and boot hire + all meals (except on your day off) + accommodation + travel to and from resort + medical insurance + ten-day period of orientation and training at start of season




Description

The role of the Resort Manager is pivotal to the success of the smooth running of our resort. You will be a special person with a range of positive qualities.
 
Your personality is essential. Based in the heart of our resort, the role involves the many jobs which constitute the successful daily management of your colleagues and the resort itself. You will be the main link between the resort team and the UK office, overseeing the operations in resort, the outdoor programme and the airport transfers. Quite simply, you will be one of our key players, right at the heart of the delivery of our unique and special product to our guests.
 
We do not encourage a hierarchical system and we would expect you to lead by example. You would see yourself as another member of the staff team, happy to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in, whilst also being a supportive manager. With a team of around 12 staff out in the village, we also try and incorporate you into the outdoor programme which allows you to spend at least two days a week out in the mountains with our guests. However friendly you become with your colleagues, you will maintain a perspective of the bigger picture and manage the resort in a positive manner.

Requirements

 

Good organisational skills, management of time and attention to detail are all essential for a role that includes the following and much more: looking after the well-being of each member of the staff team; managing daily staff rotas and timetable changes etc.; liaison with the UK Office, suppliers, landlords, doctors etc.; welcoming, registering and settling in new arrivals; booking restaurants, mountain huts or Venice hotels for guests; food and laundry ordering and basic accounts management.

You also provide support to the walking programme, normally timetabled twice a week to join or ‘organise’ a walk. Occasionally, you might also have to do an Airport Transfer.

It’s hard work! …No really, it is!!!

About us

Work a season with Collett's in the beautiful Italian Dolomites, Austrian Alps, the Picos de Europa or the Pyrenees mountains of northern Spain.

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