How to apply

Apply here to join our chalet hosting team for the 2023/24 season

What you need to do

> Before you start, have a look at our website so you have an idea of who we are and what we offer to our guests. Pay special attention to the ‘Come and work with us’ page, which will give you more detail about what you can expect as a Chalet Host and about us. Once you’ve had a look at it, consider carefully whether you will fit in with our team and if the role is for you.

> If you can honestly answer “yes” to those two questions, complete the application form by clicking on the link below. The questions on the form will cover:

    • Your understanding of the role for which you are applying
    • Your work experience
    • Specifically any cooking/catering and housekeeping experience, whether professional or otherwise
    • A 2-day menu plan (scroll down for more information 👇).

> Email a copy of your CV, and recent head and shoulders photograph to It’s very important that you send us your CV; if we don’t receive it, we won’t be able to consider your application. 

Are you eligible to work in France?

Applications are open to:

  • EU Passport Holders
  • French Residency Permit holders (Carte/Titre de SĂ©jour)
  • UK Passport Holders*
  • Those with passports from other nations who hold a valid working visa for France, or have a visa application in progress

*UK passport holders will also be considered where substantial and relevant experience is evident, ideally previous winter season experience in a catered chalet environment.  Please note that UK passport holders now require a work permit and long-stay visa to work in France for the full season.  The Alpine Generation will apply for work permits for successful candidates and provide assistance with the visa process.

2-day menu plan

We ask all applicants to provide a 2-day menu plan.  You will find space to enter this on the application form

What we’re looking for is that you have thought about the variables that lead us to feature a dish on our menu, including (but not limited to) flavour, ease of preparation, variety, balance and the sorts of dishes our guests might expect They should be dishes which you would be confident preparing and serving by yourself for 10 to 13 guests.

You should as a minimum include:

  •  A hot breakfast option
  • Afternoon cake
  • Starter
  • Main course
  • Dessert

Reviews our hosts get.....

Chalet Ava had the friendliest hosts

Had such a good time at Chalet Ava with Ted and Sam. Really friendly hosts that were able to adapt to everyone’s needs and personalities in the chalet. They did everything with a smile on their face and we all felt at home straight away.
We were staying in the 3 person room on the ground floor which we thought would be a bit loud being on the same level as the living room but with the door shut it was all good. Comfy beds.
Overall good value for money, great hosts, and La tania has a really sound vibe, can’t wait to come back – EB 

Chalet Jacqueline

We stayed at Chalet Jaqueline which is in a great location for piste access at either end of the day and for the resort in the evening. The bedrooms are nice and comfortable with plenty of storage. The main attribute is the wonderful hosting provided by Melinda and Jonty who were very affable and clearly committed to ensuring that we enjoyed our stay. The meals and afternoon cakes were delicious and all our needs were catered for. We were made to feel very much at home in a lovely warm relaxed atmosphere and I would highly recommend a stay here – IP