Working at a ski resort or a summer resort is a dream for many. Seasonal jobs, either following the skiing or the sun, are out there, but you have work a little to find them.
Most important to begin with is to figure out the training or experience you might need. Working as a dive instructor, for example, will require extensive certification. However, working in a hotel as a receptionist is more likely to be about the right type of customer service experience.
When you are looking for work, it pays to start your job search early - seasonal jobs are often filled six months or more in advance, and while you might still find some vacancies closer to the time, your choice will be much more limited.
So the key to looking for seasonal jobs is to research experience and any relevant qualifications when they are available and plan when you apply.
There are numerous sites that carry jobs in this area - for more information, check out the leisure jobs site.
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