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You Can Apply To Be A 'Slope Tester' In The Swiss Alps If You Like To Ski & Eat Chocolate

You don't have to be an elite skier to spend your days cruising the world-class slopes of the Swiss Alps.

Altitude Ski School is now accepting applications for what they call a "dream job" — a Ski Slope Tester at your choice of their eight locations.

The chosen candidate will get to "test the quality of the snow" on the pristine pistes, and how fast you can ski down them.

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[...] must have a passion for beautiful scenery, be happy to chuck on a pair of skis, and it certainly helps to love Swiss cheese and chocolate. Altitude Ski School

The eight locations include  Verbier, Zermatt, Grindelwald, Wengen, Megeve, Klosters and Davosand Gstaad.

Each of these is known for its own features, from spectacular scenery to smooth terrain for every skill level.

The winner will be picked at random contacted directly via email and also announced on Altitude's social media

Altitude Director Jon West tells Narcity that anyone in the world is welcome to apply. 

You have until January 4, 2021, to throw your name in the hat for this dream job! 

Ski Slope Tester

Company: Altitude Ski School

Why You Should Apply: Spend the winter testing the world-famous slopes of the Swiss Alps and feasting on fine chocolate and cheese in between.

Apply Here

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