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Jobs in Austria


You can apply for a wide range of jobs in Austria throughout the country. Popular jobs people apply for include tourism work, part time jobs, au-pair, teaching and winter ski jobs. Below we provide information on the different types of jobs available in Austria which include casual, temporary, seasonal and year round positions. In winter you could consider working at a Austrian ski resort as there is a need for seasonal winter staff, you will get to see the natural beauty of the country which has rolling hills and picturesq scenery. Jobs can include instructing ski lessons, assisting on ski slopes, lift operators, slope patrols and general chalet staff. Read more information about working in Austria and search featured recruiters on our website below.


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Ski season jobs in Austria are an amazing opportunity to get paid to work and travel in Europe. Working at a ski resort is firstly a really fun experience but also looks great on a CV and will provide you with a memorable experience. There are a wide range of world class resorts in Austria which need staff in winter when lots of tourists come to visit, you could work in a chalet cleaning, cooking and providing general assistance. There are also manager positions

You can find jobs in various ski resorts like Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Zell-am-See, Kaprun, Carinthia, Ischgl, Montafon, Arlberg, Otztal, Solden, Kitzbuhel, Schladming, Mayrhofen and Bad Gastein. You can apply direct to locally run operations or also through international companies like UK based ski operators who hire and send staff overseas. If you speak a little German this can be a bonus but not a necessity, it's recommended to learn though. You will also get lots free time – it’s not all work where you can go sightseeing or see new places. 

In summer there is fruit picking and tourism jobs available or if you are looking for a year round position why not consider applying for a job as an au-pair, this is a great way to live for free although wages can be low. You will get to look after children and experience life in an Austrian family, you could apply to work in the capital Vienna. Start researching temportary jobs and seasonal positions in Austria today with our website and set up a dream trip.