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VAL D’ISERE SEASONAL APARTMENTS 2019 / 2020

Please contact: clare@val.co.uk for more information on the below apartments

2 bed available from now for €14,000 email for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STAFF REQUIRED

Seeking Staff click mountainrooms.com/about/jobs

 

 

Property consultants required - (year round position)

We are looking for self employed property consultants in the French ski resorts of Val d’Isere and Tignes.

You must be (or are soon to be) a permanent resident in France.

Essential qualities we are looking for in a candidate:
· Commitment, flexibility, self-discipline and self-motivation
· At least 5 years experience in sales or customer facing environments
· Happy to work independently but also be a team player
· Passionate about France and property
· IT literate
· Reasonable level of French and English – you need to be understood throughout the process of buying and selling in both languages so this is essential.

The role of an independent sales agent is to create and maintain a high quality and relevant property portfolio and to help Leggett Immobilier and Leggett SKI clients find a property which meets their buying criteria.

Initial training and ongoing support and development are provided by the Head Office and a regional manager. We understand what it takes to be successful and will share that knowledge with you in order that you can grow your business as quickly and as effectively as possible. Establishing yourself as an estate agent in France is no mean feat, and does require a degree of time and commitment to really make it work. Be under no illusions, it is hard work but financially rewarding to work as an estate agent in France.

If you are interested by property and you recognise yourself above please email your current CV, in English or French, to hbyrne@leggett.fr

 

 

 

 

Work - General

Jobs for the summer are hard to find as there are a lot of Seasonaires, and not so many jobs, speaking French is a definite advantage.

Jobs for the winter try one of the following websites, contact all major holiday companies or try turning up in resort, you must remember a lot of people do this, and it can take a few weeks to find a job. So have enough money to keep you going. Quite often people leave after Christmas, so jobs become available throughout January. If you speak French you stand a better chance as there are many shops, cafes etc who need French speakers.

Links: Good websites that can help you with jobs include

 

 

SSJ Season Specific Jobs, was set up to provide continuous employment for seasonaires, 365 days of the year. When the winter ends and the summer begins, seasonaires are left with the same question - where next? Season Specific Jobs aims to offer a solution by providing the opportunity of seasonal employment throughout the year, enabling your passion to become a lifestyle.

The Well Seasoned Chalet Cookery Course is open to everyone interested in developing the cookery skills to successfully run a chalet in a winter ski resort and the confidence to secure employment doing so.

 

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