Winter jobs abroad are varied but can be secured quite easily for those who are keen to work in cold and snow. The most common winter jobs for those on a gap year are ski jobs. Ski jobs vary from hotel managers, to ski instructors to nannies at the day care centre and are really easy to organise.
The most common resorts are in Canada, New Zealand, France and Austria. Canadian resorts in particular are extremely busy year after year and are constantly on the lookout for new recruits. Major resort names to look out for include Whistler, Sun Peaks and Whitewater. Hospitality hires the most employees for winter jobs abroad with roles available covering service, food preparation and administration.
Ski jobs can be exciting and fun. Winter jobs abroad are available to those with a good work ethic and an upbeat personality. If you think you have what it takes, check out our product listings.
Duration: from 11 Weeks
Improve your skiing/boarding, gain your CSIA/CASI Level 1 qualification and train for the Level 2 on our 11 week instructor programme based in Marmot Basin, Jasper in the Canadian Rockies.
Duration: from 6 Months
Have a guaranteed job in the hospitality industry, working in a hotel in the Canadian Rockies and skiing on your days off!
Duration: from 5 Months
Become a ski instructor on our 4 week CSIA Level 1 course in Whistler and then work as a qualified ski instructor teaching kids for the rest of the season!
Duration: from 11 Weeks to 5 Months
Join our team for an unforgettable season in the centre of Val d’ Isere, the Mecca of European Snowsports, we are based in the only ski school that also runs full Instructor Courses.
Canada is the ultimate winter playground and this is your way to get there and get paid to spend your winter skiing and living it up!
Duration: from 13 Weeks to 5 Months
Earn a wage whilst improving your French. Live in the Tremblant ski resort, get paid and ski to your heart’s content. Strapped for time? Take our summer programme instead.
Always wanted to be paid to ski? This is your best way to do it. Head to Canada, find the best powder and lay the freshest tracks in North America with this complete gap year!