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May is the PRIME time to find work, with LOADS of opportunity to find the jobs listed above, BUT only if you’re proactive and confident and willing to charm those with the ability to hire!
This is also the time to shine, as May is when the big bars and clubs are holding their job recruitment days. These are held once or twice a week until they have enough staff for the 2014 season. Air Pro reps will let you know when these events are taking place and help prime you for the interviews so you know what bosses want to hear. They will also help you modify your CV’s so that they’re short and punchy and to the point!
If you want to get a job in Ibiza in 2014 it helps to be gobby and gorgeous or a massive party animal who’s super friendly. Jobs tend to be given to female workers and guys with maximum confidence. Our reps have a lot of experience and will give you all the info on the best and worst bars to work in, what managers want to hear, info on how to do the job and also how to keep it.
But be warned, you only have the reps for the first month, so you have to be uber confident and listen to all the advice they offer in that time.
As Air-Pro want all their clients to have the best chance of finding work, we have decided to only send groups over to Ibiza in May. From our experience of previous seasons, we believe this month is the best time to get over there. It's just before recruitment season and will give you time to settle in, grab your Spanish NIE and start dishing out your CV's to all the managers!
Jobs in Ibiza used to be some of the worst paid in Europe, but things are a lot better now, with basic jobs ranging from 800 - 1,300 Euros a month. Some jobs here pay a base salary of 15 Euros a day plus commission, with bars paying 1 Euro and clubs paying 6 Euros per person you get in the door or sell a ticket to.
Please note: Previous years have taught us, that you need to bring plenty of spending money with you to Ibiza, it is an expensive resort and there are plenty of amazing things to do so make sure you bring plenty of spending money to make the most of your expereince.
Yes and it’s called a Spanish NIE number and this can take 2-3 days in early May and up to 6 weeks in June and July. It is down to you to get this but your reps will point you in the right direction and advise you, they will allocate a day to take you down to the police station so you can get this sorted. Don’t worry as some Ibiza bosses will still employ you as long as you have your Spanish NIE number pending!
Unlike other resorts Ibiza bosses like CV's, but don't make the common mistake of just handing it in and walking away. Try to use this time to bond with your fellow boss, so when it comes to hiring, they remember you. Jazz up your CV cover and dress the part so you and your CV stand out.
Please bring your CV on a memory stick or have it saved so you can print them off in resort to give out.
VERY HARD! Ibiza like Magaluf is a very hard resort to find workers accommodation and this is due to the very high demand. This means if you wish to stay as long as possible, you need to sort out your accommodation as soon as possible. Let your reps know within the first two weeks and they can advise you on how to go about securing further accommodation after your four weeks accommodation is up!
Please note: It's not the reps responsibility to find you further accommodation. They are there to offer their knowledge and give advice only.
Jobs in Ibiza are paid weekly or monthly and are paid in cash. Don’t worry if you’re being paid monthly and don’t have much money as managers are used to subbing their workers! If you’re working as a Jelly girl you will be on 100% commission which ranges from 50c to 1 Euro per shot and this will be paid daily.
All work hours vary. If you have a daytime bar job in Ibiza you will be working from 11am - 4pm. If you’re doing night time bar work then it’s a mixture of 6pm - 2am and 10pm - 6am. If you’re a Jelly girl expect to work from 11pm to 4am but you will also be on call, so if it’s busy your boss may call you and get you in early. If you’re a PR you will be working from 8/9pm - 4am! If you’re working in May you could be expected to work every day until the season picks up and the bars take on more staff - this normally happens in early June when the main holiday makers hit the island!
Due to the high drug culture in Ibiza and the changes in people these substances can cause, Air-Pro can not predict changes in your roommates characteristics. If your roommate becomes erratic or dangerous to you or themselves, it will be your responsibility to contact the local authorities as our reps have no power when it comes to dealing with third party situations. Also if you are anti-drugs or do not like the drug culture we would not recommend working in Ibiza.
Ibiza is the ultimate chill-out island!
Ibiza has so much to offer both fun-seekers and music-lovers. One of the Balearic Islands smallest and most popular resorts, Ibiza is the land of beautiful sandy beaches, unforgettable music and laid-back living. Set in the warm Mediterranean Sea you can experience world-class clubs with DJ's who are known and celebrated across the globe. It’s a club and party scene that’s second to none!