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Ski school looking to recruit an official Ski Slope Tester


Could it be you? (Picture: DAVID GANNON/AFP via Getty Images)

Altitude Ski School is looking to hire an official Ski Slope Tester – a job that’s exactly what it sounds like.

The Switzerland-based school is looking for someone who’s passionate about thrills and having fun.

The candidate will be testing a variety of slopes, from beginner to expert level, so it’ll probably be good if they know their way around a set of skis.

According to the job spec, it will also help if applicants ‘love Swiss cheese and chocolate’.

That part sounds easy enough…

Whoever gets the job will be able to take their pick out of the eight ski schools available: Verbier, Zermatt, Grindelwald, Wengen, Megeve, Klosters, Davos and Gstaad.

They could be working, you don’t know (Picture: Getty Images)

They’ll then get a choice of either a day pass at one of the slopes or a two-hour private lesson.

The person who gets the job will be chosen at random, so don’t worry about beefing up your CV.

Applicants need to be aged 18 or over and you can only apply once.

Hopefuls have until Monday, 4 January 2021 to apply and the winner will be announced the next day.

If you’re interested in shooting your shot at this opportunity, all you need to do is fill out a quick form on the Altitude Aki School website.

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