Organize ski lessons and teaching staff at a resort.
What does a Ski School Director do?
Ski School Directors manage all of the ski lessons and teaching staff of a resort. You’re probably a ski bum turned professional, and your primary goal as a Ski School Director is to teach people how to do the thing you love most: ski. Directing the school provides you with the opportunity to teach skiing as you would like. Your staff relies on you to be a vital resource, guiding and informing how they should teach their own classes.
However, your job as a Ski School Director is not just about teaching. Your duties also include hiring and training other Instructors, judging which Teacher is best for which level, assigning staff to classes, working to promote your business, and concerning yourself with sales. Not only do you manage the school, but you also work for a resort that wants to turn your students into regular customers.
Because this is a seasonal job, you work in the winter and are at the whim of the weather. However, you’re provided with a free lift pass – a perk any true skier would desire.
If you’re someone who can balance the great outdoors with business, this job would fit your adventurous spirit. You can expand your management and business skills while working in a youthful, energetic industry that possesses a great appreciation for adventure.
Your teaching experience and skiing philosophy are the driving force of the school. You’re the defining factor, and operating a ski school is a way to bring business to the activity you love most.