Live in Pubs Jobs
ADVENTURE CAMP BAR JOBS – LIVE IN
Pulling pints, mixing cocktails, running quizzes, booking bands or serving soft drinks and making new friends – you could do all of this working in one of the on-site bars. With the ‘Crazy Moose’, ‘Gym and Tonic’ and ‘Mounties Retreat’ just to name a few, each bar is unique to its centre and often the hub of activity in the evenings for both staff and guests after a busy, action packed day. While working in the bars you will also help to organise entertainment and team building for the staff.
Programs we offer a guaranteed job pre-departure, as a Bartender;
- Start Dates: Feb – November
- Salary: £101-£275 per week
- Meals: All meals included
- Accommodation: Free staff accommodation
- Uniforms: Free uniforms
- Training: Comprehensive week long course provided on arrival
You will need a basic grasp of Maths and previous catering, and retail experience is desirable but not essential. No formal qualifications are required for this role as we offer comprehensive training to give you the skills, expertise and confidence to succeed in the role. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll need to enjoy dealing with guests of all ages, have a friendly disposition and gain pleasure from delivering first class customer service.
Your responsibilities for the Retail team will primarily focus on serving merchandise to guests labelling goods, stocking shelves and keeping accurate records of inventory, the operation of computerised cash register, handling cash and ensuring that sales and takings balance, keeping the shop clean, tidy and presentable, and restocking the vending machines.
You will also provide a high level of customer service when dealing with guests. As part of the operation you will be involved with food preparation (as required), preparation of dining service for guests and staff, maintain cleanliness standards throughout dining service, and ensure adequate provision of condiments, cutlery and drinks throughout service.
“I joined The Working Holiday Club for the experience and to build my confidence.
In my role, I provide a good service for the guests in the bar, shop and kitchen. Also, in the kitchen I assist by pot washing and helping prep the salads with the chefs. In the restaurant and shop, I stock up the shelves. The thing I enjoy most about my job is working on the bar. It is great living in the centre because you socialise with people and it’s a fun environment to live in.
In the future, I would like to take the skills I am getting and use them to become a chef.
People should join the Adventure Camp Program because you gain lots of experience, confidence and make lots of friends.”