Winter ski season 2021/22
We require experienced and professional drivers for the coming winter 2021/22.
If you hold a European passport are over 23 and have over two years professional driving experience or hold a driving qualification and have a love for the mountains this job could be for you. We are looking for well presented and enthusiastic employees for be the face of Mountain Rescue.
As a Mountain Rescue team driver you will be expected to be punctual and organised. The job will include unsocial hours and busy days. You will be responsible for keeping your vehicle and yourself in clean and presentable at all times. A good knowledge of the area is important although training will also be given.
Mountain Rescue drivers have to be confident and careful, our customers expect high levels of customer service and time keeping is of the utmost importance.
The role requires a positive attitude to hard work and a professional and friendly approach to this customer service based work. The applicant shouldn't be afraid of working unsocial hours.
As part of a team of drivers sharing accommodation it is important to be a social and good team player as well as flexible and ready to work when required. You will be supplied with staff uniform and a drivers phone.
Mountain Rescue plans the drivers schedules in a fair and safe manor so you will have time off to ski and enjoy the mountain lifestyle.
You will be contracted for a set amount of hours each month and paid a competitive hourly wage. Bonuses for good work are also available.
Required skills for a transfer driver in the Alps:
- A confident driver of larger vehicles.
- Experience of driving in alpine conditions or similar.
- A professional approach to work.
- A clean and presentable appearance.
- A friendly and helpful attitude.
- A flexible approach to work.
- A basic understanding of vehicle maintenance.
- Basic computer skills
Minimum age of 23
Holder of a EU passport (Non EU passports are not accepted by the Swiss authorities for work in Geneva)
Direct experience working in the transfer industry and hold a SEFRI number issued by the Swiss authorities
A category B licence holder with professional passenger driving experience. You will have to provide evidence of this in your application. This can be a letter from a previous employer for example.
If you hold a UK drivers license for now we are requesting you get a International driving permit (whilst we don't know the outcome of Brexit)
We will later require:
- Scan of driving licence
- Scan of passport
- French medical
- A letter of disclosure (proof of no criminal activity)