Admin Manager

This is a seasonal position so you will join our resort team in Courchevel from late November to late April. This is a varied, office-based job and you will be an assistant to our Financial Administrator. 


Job specification

You will be based in our Courchevel office but responsible for the finances, lift passes and WiFi across all three of our resorts: Val d'Isere, Courchevel and La Tania. This is a varied position but key responsiblities can be summarised as follows:

Responsible for petty cash, invoices and assisting our French accountant, monitoring staff working hours and generating timesheets, lift pass ordering and resolving issues with WiFi. Having a good level of French is essential. You will monitor staff working hours each week and generate timesheets.

You will be in charge of petty cash and expenses. Each week you will balance the petty cash and make sure each resort has enough money for the week ahead. You will check and keep accurate records of all expenses and receipts. You will also calculate and distribute commission e.g. from ski school lessons, 'honesty bar' and packed lunch sales etc.

A typical week

You will work split shifts, starting in the office 8am-11am then returning to work 5pm-8pm in the evenings.

During the day you are free to ski or do as you please!

You will have the same 2 days off as the rest of our resort team each week so you can join in with all the fun and entertainment in resort. Sundays are our changeover days and your most busy. In the morning you will visit chalets to collect cash from chalet honesty bar and packed lunch sales during the week. On Sunday evening, you will have received petty cash from all three resorts which will need reconciliating.

Mid-week you will formulate lift pass reports to be used by the Guest Services team to order lift passes and you will check their orders have gone through correctly and that their payments balance.

Day-to-day you will keep on top of admin such as filing receipts, recording petty cash payments and balancing financial books in resort. You will be required to help resolve problems with WiFi and phone lines when they arise. This can range from troubleshooting online or over the phone to meeting a technician at the chalet. 

An ideal candidate will be...

Organised - there's a lot of multi-tasking within this varied role so  you'll need to have good time management skills as you make your own schedule for the week.

Resilient - tackling WiFi and phone line issues can be challenging so you will have to be patient and open minded when trying to find solutions.

Pro-active - you need to have a keen eye for detail and be alert to notice any mistakes e.g. in lift pass orders before they are processed.

Essential requirements

Computer literate and have strong Excel skills.

Confident speaking French, particularly over the phone.

We will look for relevant work experience e.g. in an administrative role or a similar job which carries transferable skills.

You should be available from late November to mid-April.

Please Note: we accept applications from British passport holders however the rules for working in France have changed after Brexit. To check your eligibility and find out more, click here

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