Send in your filed in application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Stages of application:
-CV / Cover Note & Application form & introduction chat meeting with the Operations Manager
-Stage 1- Initial 1st interview
-Stage 2- Send over job description and FAQ sheet
-Stage 3- 2nd interview. Go through any questions you may have
-Stage 4- Final job offer
-Stage 5- Put together staff file including references / DBS (formerly CRB) or Police Check / 1st aid / Certificates / Qualifications & CONTRACTS
-Stage 6- Face to Face meeting/interview in London
-Stage 7- Official letter of employment with handbook and additional paperwork
-Stage 8- Job commitment fee of £200* to be collected and contracts & handbooks to be signed at the annual Ski Show in London
*This acts as an insurance for us. It is your promise to us that you will not leave half way through the season.You will get 100% of it back on full completion of the contract. Some nannies will have their travel to resort deducted from this amount to ease staffs initial outlay when moving to a new country, home and job. You will loose your £200 if you are dismissed or you decide to leave before the end of your contract.
The nanny will work wherever the family is based (hotel/chalet/apartment) and will responsible for all tasks related to care of the children. The nanny will serve as a loving, nurturing and trustworthy companion to children.
-To have sole/shared responsibility for a child/children during stipulated hours
-To ensure their safety and well being at all times
-To devise a structured day with stimulating activities providing for them cognitively and physically.
-Create a stimulating, nurturing, and safe environment for the children
-Supervise the children’s activities at all times
-Plan and prepare meals and bottles for, and feed, the children
-Dress the children
-Place the children down for naps and bedtime-Bathe the children
-Change nappies / Support potty / toilet training
-Perform housework related to child care, including washing the children’s clothes if soiled, cleaning up after meals, tidying play areas, and washing bottles-Encourage good manors-Play with the children, both indoors and outdoors
-Supervise ski school when required
-Administer medicine to the children with parental permission
In order to work for us you must have the following: 1. UK National Insurance number. If not, you will need one and not a temporary one.
2. UK bank account.
3. An EU passport or valid UK working VISA (We do not accept French visas.) 4. Available to work throughout the contract from early December to mid May (Exact date TBC) 5. New European Health Card (EHIC) which replaces the E111. Applications can be made online at https://www.gov.uk/european-health-insurance-card 6. 12 months+ experience (minimum) working with young children & babies 7. You will be required to provide a P45 or fill in a P46. 8. We will make A1 applications on your behalf as soon as a contract is signed. (An A1 is a certificate that shows which state’s social security system you belongs to. (You will pay tax and national insurance through the UK system, not the French system. We will need to apply for an A1 certificate for the employee prior to the employee’s departure to France.) 9. DBS Check within the past 12 months 10. 1st Aid within the last 24months *Languages are desirable but not essential
FAQ –Ski Passes In resort you will fill in a form which will allow you to receive a discounted seasonnaire ski pass for the whole season. You will need to provide the ski pass office with a photo, your contract and a letter of employment from Jelly & Ice-Cream. Terms and conditions apply. You can obtain this from resort. If employment is terminated with Jelly & Ice-Cream, you will forfeit your ski pass and will be subject to the full tourist rate to keep it. -Ski and snowboard hire- We are lucky enough to be able to provide our workers with *free ski and snowboard hire for the whole season courtesy of Snowberry Ski hire shop. http://www.snowberry-valdisere.com/#home –Accomodation- Where will I live? You will be pleased to hear that we don’t provide you with a ‘package’ like most tour operators. We understand that you are financially independent adults who have individual needs. It is your job to source and pay for your own accommodation. You are paid much higher rate than your average seasonnaire so that if you have a partner, or a particular friend you want to live with then that is your choice. We find that nannies who find their own accommodation will get a better deal, will socialize with more people outside of work and enjoy their job and season more. However, as it is daunting to some,, we are able to recommend to you several reputable English spoken landlords which rent out to seasonnaires like yourselves. A full FAQ sheet will be provided during the application stage. * All hire equipment must be returned at the end of the season in the same condition it was supplied in. You are responsible for all equipment if it is lost or stolen and are liable for any costs to replace it. Any costs may be deducted from your wages. If employment is terminated, all equipment must be returned within 24hours to the shop or you may be charged a late fee. All equipment must be signed for by the employee agreeing to the terms and conditions.SUMMER POSITIONS AVAILABLE TOO!…. EMAIL email@example.com for more details