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A sound company, an attractive employer

Téléverbier benefits the whole region. During the winter season, it employs 800 people, including seasonal workers.

Employees benefit from the following advantages:

  • A pleasant working environment in a united, motivated and dynamic team
  • A salary and working conditions of a leading company
  • Opportunities for further training and advancement within the company
  • A free ski pass
  • A staff restaurant with a choice of two daily menus
  • Free parking in Le Châble


You’ll find a list of the company’s vacancies below. Spontaneous offers are welcome, too.

Téléverbier SA

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Snowgroomers, Verbier 4Vallées
  • Lou Tinguely, photo
    Lou Tinguely – trainee administrative/HR assistant – Operations Department
    A trainee administrative/HR assistant, I’m attached to the Operations Department. My day-to-day tasks include human resource management, planning the staff work schedule, fleet and snow groomer management and general administrative tasks. In the winter season, we dispatch ski patrollers to accident scenes. Working in this department helps you understand how the ski resort functions at a nuts and bolts level and it’s a good way to learn how to manage stressful situations and work without supervision.
  • Patrick Snider, Téléverbier SA
    Patrick Snider – acting team leader, Gentianes sector – Technical Department
    Attached to the technical department, my job changes with the seasons. In the summer, I’m mostly busy with checking the electrics and mechanics of the ski lifts. I am in charge of assessing all moving parts associated with the ski lift systems such as pullies, pylons and cables. We also check that the electrical circuits, stopping mechanisms and controls and connections between the cabins and the drive terminal are all in good working order. In the winter, we spend more time on repairs and workarounds in the event of problems.
  • Adrienne Monnet, Téléverbier SA
    Adrienne Monnet – Ticket office operative, Médran lift station - Ticketing and Information Department
    My job involves helping visitors who want to buy a ski pass or book a specific activity with a view to exploring the Verbier 4Vallées ski area. It’s a rewarding job where I have the chance to deal with new situations every day. I also enjoy the customer-facing nature of the role. In this job you need to be a good communicator and a good listener. The other thing that I enjoy, on top of being in direct contact with customers, is a working environment that’s really second-to-none. There’s a good atmosphere at work and the business is a good employer.
  • Vincent De  Prost, Téléverbier SA
    Vincent De Prost – Snow gun operator – Snow-making Department
    I love sports and mountain life in general. I’ve been part of the snow-making team at Verbier since 2016. It’s here I discovered this job, which is all about versatility, teamwork, communication and working with the other departments in the company. We’re equally busy in the summer and winter seasons. We check the snow-making equipment at the end of the winter season and after the relevant checks have been made, we get everything ready in time for the beginning of the winter season. We also produce so-called machine-made snow which means the resort can offer the kind of snow depth and quality that will satisfy skiers’ expectations.
  • Marion Biselx, photo
    Marion Biselx, HR Coordinator – Human Resources Department
    As a member of the HR team, my role involves managing the corporate life of company employees from when they join the company to when they leave. This encompasses tasks such as recruitment, administrative processes, payroll management and time/attendance monitoring. You also have to pay careful attention to employment law and the various regulations in force. At the end of the day, my role is to be here for employees to answer questions they may have and to advise them. I like this job because it’s very varied and I enjoy being able to help people! There are always lots of things to learn and I never get bored!
  • Miroslav Chytil
    Miroslav Chytil: Events Coordinator – Commercial & Marketing Department
    As an events coordinator, I’m constantly meeting people from all walks of life. My job is to build a relationship with them based on trust. Events management is a fascinating field. It’s a job which involves a bit of everything: organizational tasks, team management, setting up physical infrastructure for events, negotiations with partners, sponsors, graphic design and much more. In this job, from one day to the next you can be doing something completely different. That’s what I like in my work.