Live, Work and Play in Niseko
Powder snow, amazing food and chilled vibes. Your dream job is still available.
Famous worldwide for its snow, food and jet set clientele, Niseko is the perfect place to grow your skills and experience, with days off spent making the most of the resort and wider Hokkaido.
With many positions including Front Desk, Housekeeping, Spa Therapists, Chefs and Cooks still open, here is why you should work in Niseko, Japan.
Enjoy countless bluebird days with amazing snow on the slopes.
Working in Niseko gives you access to 47 kms of groomed slopes across four linked resort, backcountry skiing and an average annual snowfall of 15 metres. Hit the slopes straight after work and hone your skills in snowboarding or skiing.
Onsen dipping, ramen slurping and sake sipping.
Experience true Japanese culture in Niseko. Dip into the abundance of onsens to relax or reward yourself with a big hearty bowl of ramen. Catch local events happening around town such as taiko drumming, traditional music and dance performances as well as special events during the holiday season.
International community with good chilled vibes.
As a multicultural hub, you will find locals come from all over the world. From Spain, Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and Canada to name a few. The international community in Niseko has also contributed to the wide range of food options in Niseko. Taste the freshest seafood from Hokkaido as well as delicious dim sum, artisan pizza, tasty tacos or authentic Indian curry.
Cheap booze and party around every corner.
Embrace the seasonaire lifestyle and watch the village come to life at night. Accommodating for the influx of young workers in the winter, bars in Niseko Hirafu and Kutchan Town host frequent DJ nights as well as happy hour deals for locals. With cheap drinks and great music, make some new friends and swap a few stories.
Never Ending Fun
Strong work-life balance.
Advocating a good work-life balance that is unique to Niseko, most companies in the resort will offer their staff free season lift pass, subsidised accommodation, consistent hours of work and free meals at work. The competitive pay and incentive programmes offered across the resort are some of the best in the ski industry.