Join our team!

At White Mountain Chalets we provide the best luxury chalets in France. Our Chalet teams & drivers are a huge part of our clients luxury chalet experience.

We support you from the moment you join the team with accommodation, training and of course, fantastic skiing perks!

Where are the chalets?

Our chalets are situated in the fabulous village of St Martin de Belleville in the Vallee des Belleville, only 25 minutes' drive from the town of Moutiers and just over 2 hours from Geneva airport.

Who are we looking for?

We're looking for people who are passionate about doing a great job and who truly care about their guests, chalet & colleagues.

We ask all of our team members to share our values and we expect them to be caring, respectful, courteous and demonstrate flexibility in all situations.

Our season runs from December to April, we'll provide board & lodging and access to the slopes during your free time.

If you think any of the roles below are for you contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

Please see our resort page for more details about St Martin de Belleville.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: A salary of £300 per week, paid into a UK bank account on a monthly basis
Days off: 1 Full Day A Week
Lift Pass: Full Three Valleys
Dates: End of November to end April (exact dates TBC)
Accommodation: Shared, with the possibility of sharing a room with up to 1 other person. Inclusive of all utility bills
Benefits:
  • Return travel between the UK and St Martin de Belleville
  • Ski or snowboard hire
  • Uniform

We are a luxury chalet company, based in the resort of St Martin de Belleville in the 3 Valleys ski area. We operate 5 boutique ski chalets each with chef, host and resort assistant/driver teams. We have a staff of 20, including management. We are an owner operated business, now in our fifth year and we have developed a reputation for a luxurious yet friendly catered chalet service that is tailored to our guests’ needs. We have a passion for delivering the highest levels of service to our clients and our success depends on us finding the right team who share our passion. We are seeking professional, motivated people with the desire to deliver the best possible standards.

We require an experienced chef with a fine dining background (ideally with Michelin/AA Rosette experience). Our chef will preferably be classically trained and should be passionate about preparing stunningly presented and truly mouth-watering dishes. They will be expected to use their experience and flair to develop and deliver creative menus of the highest standard, whilst remaining entirely flexible with regard to the individual guests’ requirements.

You will be fully supported by our management team, who will regularly visit each chalet to liaise with the guests and to ensure that the White Mountain Chalets product is being delivered consistently across all chalets. You will therefore have full support of management if there are problems that need sorting out; however, our employees will be expected to work on their own initiative and be capable of using their organisational skills to ensure the guests’ needs are always met – our employees are our biggest asset and the face of our company and make a real difference to our success.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Recognised catering qualification or extensive experience
  • Extensive fine dining experience, preferable in Michelin or AA Rosette establishments or wide-ranging experience in high-end private dining (5-star chalets, yachts, private household etc.)
  • Experience of working with customers
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Able to work on own initiative as well as being a team player
  • All applicants must be in possession of a UK bank account and a UK National Insurance number

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Menu design and planning for each group of guests
  • Tailoring menus to cater for all guests’ needs and dietary requirements
  • Preparation of breakfast, afternoon tea, canapés and five course evening meal
  • Catering for children’s and nannies’ high tea as required
  • Maintaining food hygiene and general health and safety standards in the kitchen and dining area
  • Keeping the kitchen and storage areas clean, tidy and presentable at all times
  • Responsibility for food procurement
  • Working to an agreed budget and running through accounts weekly with the logistics manager
  • Managing chalet stocks
  • Responsible for going down the mountain one day a week to do your food shop for the following week’s menu
  • Assisting with the maintenance of all kitchen facilities and equipment
  • Assisting with driving duties to/from the shops as required
  • On changeover day, working as a team with the chalet hosts to do whatever is needed to ensure the chalet is cleaned and presented to the highest standard and ready and welcoming for guest arrival

If you'd like to apply for one of our Chef postitions please contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: A salary of £175 per week, paid into a UK bank account on a monthly basis
Days off: 1 Full Day A Week
Lift Pass: Full Three Valleys
Dates: Start of November to end April (exact dates TBC)
Accommodation: Shared, with the possibility of sharing a room with up to 1 other person. Inclusive of all utility bills
Benefits:
  • Return travel between the UK and St Martin de Belleville
  • Ski or snowboard hire
  • Uniform

We are a luxury chalet company, based in the resort of St Martin de Belleville in the 3 Valleys ski area. We operate 5 boutique ski chalets each with chef, host and resort assistant/driver teams. We have a staff of 20, including management. We are an owner operated business, now in our fifth year and we have developed a reputation for a luxurious yet friendly catered chalet service that is tailored to our guests’ needs. We have a passion for delivering the highest levels of service to our clients and our success depends on us finding the right team who share our passion. We are seeking professional, motivated people with the desire to deliver the best possible standards.

Our nannies work both with chalet clients and with the business owner’s family. The business owners have a little boy who will be 2 and a half at the start of the winter season and they will also have a newborn baby girl. You would be expected to look after the client’s children and the owner’s children both in chalets/apartments as well as being taken outside, to the park, soft play, swimming etc. The business owners are very busy during the winter season and rely on the nanny to assist them to care for the children and run the house in order for them to manage the business on a day to day basis.

For this position you must have a passion for childcare at all ages and be a fun, outgoing and energetic character with excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to both care for and entertain children as well as engage with adults. They must take pride in their work, have extremely high standards, be conscientious and considerate, have great social and conversational skills and enjoy working as part of a team. This will require a strong work ethic and an ability to self-motivate and manage responsibilities without constant guidance.

You will be fully supported by our management team and the owners of the business, who will liaise with you regularly to ensure that the White Mountain Chalets product is being delivered consistently at all times. You will therefore have the support of management at all times if there are problems that need sorting out; however, our employees will be expected to work on their own initiative and be capable of using their organisational skills to ensure the guests’ needs are always met – our employees are our biggest asset and the face of our company and make a real difference to our success. You will report directly to the owners of the business.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Recognised nanny qualification/Significant experience looking after infants and children in a nanny role
  • First aid certification
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to converse at all levels with colleagues, guests, children and infants
  • Able to work on own initiative as well as being a team player
  • An attitude whereby ‘nothing is too much trouble’
  • A loving, nurturing and patient personality
  • A degree of flexibility wherever possible to meet parent’s needs and wishes
  • Outgoing and fun
  • All applicants must be in possession of a UK bank account and a UK National Insurance number

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Act as a private nanny for the owners of the company’s to assist with care for their 2 and a half year old and newborn baby. You would be required to prepare and cook the toddlers food (very simple cooking), wash up after him, iron his clothing and general tidying of his toys, books games etc. If babysitting, then bath and bedtime. The toddler loves the outdoors so a nanny who is keen to get outside and enjoy the beautiful mountain environment would be an advantage.
  • Taking the owners baby out in the pram for walks and fresh air and generally looking after the baby and toddler as required
  • Changing nappies and assisting with toilet training
  • Educating the toddler with songs, games, arts and crafts and play
  • You need to be able to set boundaries and provide constant guidance
  • Keeping a record of the day’s activities to report back to the business owners at the end of a working period
  • Looking after the house for the owner’s when both children are napping or when there is an opportunity – light housework, tidying, etc
  • Looking after client’s children and infants in chalets and the village of St Martin de Belleville
  • Ensure that our guests and their children benefit from the highest level of childcare
  • Be confident in dealing with White Mountain Chalet guests
  • Provide a safe, hygienic and stimulating environment for children
  • Provide healthy and nutritious food for any children or infants in your care
  • Ensure that the chalet is clean and tidy and that the toys and equipment are put away at the end of each day
  • Take children to and from ski school and to and from local parks, swimming pools and other activities
  • Communicate with the parents at the end of the day regarding their child’s wellbeing
  • Provide appropriate care in the event of any accident occurring

If you'd like to apply for one of our Nanny postitions please contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

Reporting to the resort manager, the Chalet Manager is responsible for organising and managing their chalet teams to ensure the White Mountain Chalets product is consistently delivered across the business at all times.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: £200 per week
Days off: 1 Full Day A Week
Lift Pass: Full Three Valleys
Dates: Mid November to end April (exact dates TBC)
Accommodation: Your own room in either shared or your own accommodation
Benefits:
  • Return travel between the UK and St Martin de Belleville
  • Ski or snowboard hire
  • Uniform

We are a luxury chalet company, based in the resort of St Martin de Belleville in the 3 Valleys ski area. We are an owner operated business who operate 9 boutique ski chalets, across two brands. We have developed a reputation for luxurious bespoke catered chalet holidays that are tailored to our guests’ needs. We have a passion for delivering the highest levels of service to our clients and our success depends on us finding the right team who share our passion. We are seeking professional, motivated people with the desire to deliver the best possible standards.

The chalet manager is a key role within the business and will work closely with two other chalet managers, as well as with the resort manager, logistics manager and operations manager. The chalet manger is responsible for ensuring our luxurious brand and product is delivered exceptionally every week of the season by managing the chalets, staff teams and resources. Each chalet manager is responsible for 3 exceptional chalets and a team of approx. 10 (including hosts, chauffeurs and chefs) so applicants will require strong man-management skills, an eye for detail and great communication skills. This is also a client facing role so requires a smart appearance, great personality, and an experienced candidate.

KEY DUTIES – PRE SEASON

  • Undertaking a training course before the resort team arrive and deliver the training programme to the resort team in conjunction with the resort manager/operations manager.
  • Organising and supervising the preparation and cleaning of all chalets prior to the start of the season.
  • Helping resort manager compile inventories for each chalet and inventories for staff accommodation.
  • Helping distribute and log staff uniform allocations as required.
  • Meeting the local suppliers with whom we work (ski shop, ski school, laundry, bakery etc.) to establish relationships.
  • With the resort manager, setting up social media pages for team communication throughout the season.

KEY DUTIES – IN SEASON

MANAGING STAFF

  • Ensuring staff wear uniform in an appropriate manner and that they follow guidelines given to them regarding personal appearance and hygiene.
  • Working closely with the resort manager to ensure staff discipline and procedures are constantly being followed and take charge of any disciplinary meetings where required.
  • Constantly motivating staff, monitoring their performance and identifying any further training requirements.
  • Managing staff performance and workload on changeover days to ensure all time deadlines are met and chalets are ready and signed off for client arrivals.
  • Liaising with the logistics manager/resort manager on a daily basis to help ensure chalet supplies and stock levels are correct and sufficient at all times.
  • Managing drivers/resort assistants in terms of tidying chalet terraces, maintaining wood supplies and carrying out all other chalet duties required by them.
  • Holding weekly chalet team meetings to discuss the upcoming week’s client arrival information, past week’s client feedback, chef budgets and any other issues.
  • Planning, with resort manager, team activities throughout the season to help motivate employees and build team morale.
  • Managing each member’s holiday entitlement and work with resort manager to allocate holidays accordingly, depending on requirements of the business; this will include maintenance of a holiday and sickness record.

CLIENTS

  • Welcoming guests into chalets every week and dealing with arrival duties and queries. Where necessary, issuing ski passes to clients and managing payments.
  • Accompanying guests to the ski shop to organise equipment hire and to show guests meeting points for lessons/ski school.
  • Ensuring any special requests made by clients have been actioned.
  • Liaising with resort manager for all client concierge including booking of restaurants, activities, massages etc. (the resort manager will make the bookings once you have communicated all information to them).
  • Maintaining regular contact with clients throughout their holiday ensuring that, if any complaints are made, they are communicated immediately to the resort manager to be resolved without delay.
  • Collect client feedback cards from each guest and follow up on any comments/feedback given.

CHALET MANAGEMENT AND CLEANLINESS

  • Checking chalets on a daily basis, ensuring all cleaning standards are maintained.
  • Conducting chalet visits before and during breakfast/dinner service most days to check the quality and presentation of food being served and the service.
  • Ensuring staff are keeping a record of any accidents and breakages within the chalets, checking and signing off on chalet log books.
  • Making sure staff are taking responsibility for removing rubbish and recycling from the chalet on a daily basis.
  • Responsible for chalet linen and towels and ensuring hosts are ready for changeover and towel change days.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Chalet cover in the event of staff sickness or staff shortages. This will not include cooking – only hosting and cleaning.
  • Taking any urgent calls during break times (not on day off).
  • Duty driving of clients and staff.
  • Staff accommodation checks.

KEY DUTIES – POST SEASON

  • Managing the chalet teams to clean and shut down chalets and staff accommodation.
  • Ensuring chefs shut down their kitchens accordingly.
  • Ensuring chalet staff return hire equipment uniforms, staff linen and towels in a clean and tidy manner.

If you'd like to apply for one of our Chalet Manager positions please contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: A salary of £175 per week, paid into a UK bank account on a monthly basis
Days off: 1 Full Day A Week
Lift Pass: Full Three Valleys
Dates: End of November to end April (exact dates TBC)
Accommodation: Shared, with the possibility of sharing a room with up to 1 other person. Inclusive of all utility bills
Benefits:
  • Return travel between the UK and St Martin de Belleville
  • Ski or snowboard hire
  • Uniform

We are a luxury chalet company, based in the resort of St Martin de Belleville in the 3 Valleys ski area. We operate 5 boutique ski chalets each with chef, host and resort assistant/driver teams. We have a staff of 20, including management. We are an owner operated business, now in our fifth year and we have developed a reputation for a luxurious yet friendly catered chalet service that is tailored to our guests’ needs. We have a passion for delivering the highest levels of service to our clients and our success depends on us finding the right team who share our passion. We are seeking professional, motivated people with the desire to deliver the best possible standards.

Our hosts are the main point of contact with our guests and should have a passion for providing excellent service and always putting the guests’ needs first. They must take pride in their work, have extremely high standards, be conscientious and considerate, have great social and conversational skills and enjoy working as part of a team. This will require a strong work ethic and an ability to self-motivate and manage responsibilities without constant guidance.

You will be fully supported by our management team, who will visit each chalet regularly to liaise with the guests and to ensure that the White Mountain Chalets product is being delivered consistently across all chalets at all times. You will therefore have the support of management at all times if there are problems that need sorting out; however, our employees will be expected to work on their own initiative and be capable of using their organisational skills to ensure the guests’ needs are always met – our employees are our biggest asset and the face of our company and make a real difference to our success.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Ideally front of house service background in 5* establishments with fine dining and housekeeping experience
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills with a ‘nothing is too much trouble’ attitude
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to converse at all levels with colleagues and guests
  • Able to work on own initiative as well as being a team player
  • All applicants must be in possession of a UK bank account and a UK National Insurance number

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Daily housekeeping, weekly changeover cleans, mid-week towel changes, deep cleans at the beginning, mid and end of season, daily laundry duties and other necessary cleaning to ensure the chalet is presented to the highest standards both inside and out at all times
  • Setting up for breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner and hosting/clearing up at both breakfast and dinner service
  • Serving clients drinks and canapes pre dinner
  • Responsible for preparing the chalet laundry for collection and checking laundry on return
  • On changeover days, working within your team to do whatever is needed to ensure the chalet is cleaned and presented to the highest standard and ready and welcoming for guest arrival
  • Reporting to management immediately any matters relating to damage, health and safety, food hygiene, etc
  • Managing general chalet supplies (cleaning goods; lightbulbs; bathrooms supplies etc.)

If you'd like to apply for one of our Chalet Host positions please contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: A salary of £175 per week, paid into a UK bank account on a monthly basis
Days off: 1 Full Day A Week
Lift Pass: Full Three Valleys
Dates: End of November to end April (exact dates TBC)
Accommodation: Shared, with the possibility of sharing a room with up to 1 other person. Inclusive of all utility bills
Benefits:
  • Return travel between the UK and St Martin de Belleville
  • Ski or snowboard hire
  • Uniform

We are a luxury chalet company, based in the resort of St Martin de Belleville in the 3 Valleys ski area. We operate 5 boutique ski chalets each with chef, host and resort assistant/chauffeur teams. We have a staff of 20, including management. We are an owner operated business, now in our fifth year and we have developed a reputation for a luxurious yet friendly catered chalet service that is tailored to our guests’ needs. We have a passion for delivering the highest levels of service to our clients and our success depends on us finding the right team who share our passion. We are seeking professional, motivated people with the desire to deliver the best possible standards.

The resort assistant/chauffeur’s key role is to provide an effective and comprehensive driving service for all clients, as well as supporting the chalet teams to effectively run their chalet. You must therefore have extremely high standards and take pride in your work. This will require a strong work ethic and an ability to self-motivate and manage responsibilities without constant guidance. As a chauffeur, you will be a regular point of contact for our guests on a daily basis so you must have a passion for providing excellent service and always putting the guests’ needs first. Being such a client facing role, you must have great social and conversational skills and enjoy working as part of a team.

You will be fully supported by our management team, who will meet with you regularly and make regular checks on chalets, vehicles etc. You therefore have the full support of management at all times if there are problems that need sorting out; however, our employees will be expected to work on their own initiative and be capable of using their organisational skills to ensure the guests’ needs are always met – our employees are our biggest asset and the face of our company and make a real difference to our success.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Full UK driving license
  • Must be at least 21 (for vehicle insurance purposes)
  • Previous experience of driving large vehicles and on snow is highly desirable
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills with a ‘nothing is too much trouble’ attitude
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to converse at all levels with colleagues and guests
  • Able to work on own initiative as well as being a team player
  • Ideally some front of house/housekeeping experience
  • All applicants must be in possession of a UK bank account and a UK National Insurance number

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Driving clients to/from chalet, ski slopes and local shops/attractions
  • Airport transfers for guests when required
  • Taking clients to ski shop to collect their equipment and assisting them in the process
  • Driving staff to/from work and to the ski slopes
  • Responsible for maintaining your vehicle in terms of: cleaning it inside and out on a regular basis and if any damage is caused or repair needing undertaken, informing management immediately
  • Responsible for maintaining a sufficient fuel level in your vehicle to complete the shift period and ensuring a vehicle is not handed onto another member of staff without sufficient fuel
  • Checking light bulbs, oil and screen wash on a regular basis and always before every transfer
  • Regularly sweeping stairs, driveways and terraces at chalets and clearing them when it snows as well as keeping chalet exteriors clean and tidy (clearing away glasses, rubbish etc.)
  • Fitting and removing snow chains, as required, in order to drive safely around the resort
  • Setting up/cleaning fires on a daily basis and stocking up log/kindle supply
  • Testing the hot tubs, managing the chemical levels and changing the water on changeover day
  • Removing all rubbish and recycling from chalets on a daily basis
  • Help the logistics and maintenance managers with the distribution of supplies to chalets as required and being responsible for the movement of chalet inventory between chalets as per managements requests
  • On chalet hosts day off, set up and clear breakfast, set up afternoon tea and undertake housekeeping duties within the chalet including making beds, cleaning bathrooms, cleaning and tidying the kitchen, lounge, and entrance areas
  • Responsible for taking the chalet laundry to the drop off point and collection of it several times throughout the week
  • On changeover days, when not doing airport transfers, working within your chalet team to do whatever is needed to ensure the chalet is cleaned and presented to the highest standard and ready and welcoming for guest arrival

If you'd like to apply for one of our Resort Assistant & Chauffeur postitions please contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

Position Filled For This Season

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: £ Highly Competitive
Days off: 1 Full Day A Week
Lift Pass: Full Three Valleys
Dates: End of November to end April (exact dates TBC)
Accommodation: Shared, with the possibility of sharing a room with up to 1 other person. Inclusive of all utility bills
Benefits:
  • Return travel between the UK and St Martin de Belleville
  • Ski or snowboard hire
  • Uniform

We are a luxury chalet company, based in the resort of St Martin de Belleville in the 3 Valleys ski area. We operate 5 boutique ski chalets each with chef, host and resort assistant/chauffeur teams. We have a staff of 20, including management. We are an owner operated business, now in our fifth year and we have developed a reputation for a luxurious yet friendly catered chalet service that is tailored to our guests’ needs. We have a passion for delivering the highest levels of service to our clients and our success depends on us finding the right team who share our passion. We are seeking professional, motivated people with the desire to deliver the best possible standards.

Reporting to the resort manager, the maintenance assistant/chauffeur’s key role is to provide an effective and comprehensive driving service for all clients as well as undertaking all aspects of maintenance within each chalet and other equipment in resort. You must therefore have strong DIY skills as well as being very customer focused to ensure all repairs/issues are fixed as quickly and efficiently as possible. As a chauffeur, you will be a regular point of contact for our guests on a daily basis so you must have a passion for providing excellent service and always putting the guests’ needs first. Being such a client facing role, you must have great social and conversational skills and enjoy working as part of a team.

You will be fully supported by our management team, who will visit each chalet regularly to liaise with the guests and to ensure that the White Mountain Chalets product is being delivered consistently across all chalets at all times. You will therefore have the full support of the management team at all times if there are problems that need sorting out; however, our employees will be expected to work on their own initiative and be capable of using their organisational skills to ensure the guests’ needs are always met – our employees are our biggest asset and the face of our company and make a real difference to our success.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Full UK driving license
  • Must be at least 21 (for vehicle insurance purposes)
  • Previous experience of driving large vehicles and on snow is highly desirable
  • Maintenance qualifications/skills/experience
  • Ideally some front of house/housekeeping experience
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills with a ‘nothing is too much trouble’ attitude
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to converse at all levels with colleagues and guests
  • Able to work on own initiative as well as being a team player
  • All applicants must be in possession of a UK bank account and a UK National Insurance number

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Carry out maintenance on any of the Company’s properties and any other equipment in resort as directed by management and reporting back progress and completion of each task
  • Report any maintenance work you are unable to complete to line manager immediately
  • Responsible for maintaining your vehicle in terms of: cleaning it inside and out on a regular basis and if any damage is caused or repair needing undertaken, informing management immediately
  • Regularly sweeping stairs, driveways and terraces of chalets and clearing them when it snows as well as keeping chalet exteriors clean and tidy (clearing away glasses, rubbish etc)
  • Setting up/cleaning fires on a daily basis and stocking up log/kindle supply (if stocks of logs or kindling are running low, report this to logistics manager)
  • Cleaning and testing the hot tubs, managing the chemical levels and changing the water on changeover day
  • Driving clients to/from chalet, ski slopes and local shops/attractions
  • Airport transfers for guests when required
  • Taking clients to ski shop to collect their equipment and assisting them in the process
  • Driving staff to/from work and to the ski slopes
  • Fitting and removing snow chains, as required, in order to drive safely around the resort
  • Help the logistics manager with the distribution of supplies to chalets as required and being responsible for the movement of chalet inventory between chalets as per resort managers request

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • On chalet hosts day off, set up and clear breakfast, set up afternoon tea and undertake housekeeping duties within the chalet including making beds, cleaning bathrooms, cleaning and tidying the kitchen, lounge and entrance areas
  • On changeover days, when not doing airport transfers, working within your team to do whatever is needed to ensure the chalet is cleaned and presented to the highest standard and ready and welcoming for guest arrival

If you'd like to apply for one of our Maintenance Assistant & Chauffeur postitions please contact our team manager Nicki at nicki@whitemountain-chalets.com with your CV.

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