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With plenty of cash to be made in the busy seasons and minimal outgoings, finding summer jobs in Tenerife is ideal for beginners who have never worked abroad before. This is hands down the easiest place to find work, so if your at all worried about finding jobs this summer this defiantly the place to go! Also with 80-90% of our groups packed with solo travellers this is also the best place to go if you’re travelling alone this summer.
Unlike other resorts where you need to look the part and already have maximum confidence, in Tenerife managers are more willing to take on staff with limited or no experience and take the time to train you up!
Our reps will give you all the advice and knowledge you need to take you from being OK at your job in Tenerife to becoming the very best you can possibly be. Why work at bad bars and clubs on low wages, the better you are at your job the more money and fun you could be having.
When it comes to finding jobs in Tenerife in 2012 this is the only island where you can find work all year round! Why is this? Well unlike other resorts in Europe, Tenerife has all year round sun making it an all year round holiday destination! There are however very quiet months from November to March (not including Xmas and New Year's).
Although it's far easier to find summer jobs in Tenerife in the peak season compared with the other resorts, most Tenerife jobs are commission based.
So if you work abroad out of season, you may not get a high wage (5-15 Euros) but you will get free drinks while you work. The experience gained will also make it much easier for you to get a better job in Tenerife when the high season hits, around June & July, when you can earn up to 40-70 Euros per night!
Some jobs in Tenerife will require you to have a Spanish NI number and this can be arranged in resort with you reps and costs 10 Euros for 3 months.
Jobs in Tenerife are mostly paid weekly 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 then you will be on 100% commission which ranges from 50c to 1 Euro per shot and this will be paid daily or weekly.
And remember Air-Pro has no power over the agreement made between you and your employer about how much or when you get paid. So make sure you and your boss are clear on these things before you get started.
If you’re working in a bar you will start work around 8:00pm and your duties may include restocking the bar and setting up the bar for that nights antics. If you’re working in a club in Tenerife you will be expected to start work at around 10:00pm until the bar closes at 4:00am or even 6:00am. 8 hour shifts are the norm in bars/clubs in Tenerife.
You will be asked to work 6 nights a week and you can request any day off (we would recommend Wednesdays as this is the Air Pro theme night and its immense!!).
Tenerife is an island of sun, party and adventure!
Set off the coast of West Africa in the middle of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is a heady mix of golden beaches, charcoal sands and lively resorts. There's something for everyone here, from top bars and nightclubs, to an exciting music scene... and endless leisure activities, from watersports to jeep safaris and mountain adventures on Mount Teide.
Please note that the advice given on this website is based on our previous season’s statistics and the experience of our many reps. As such it should be used as pre-season guidance and is not guaranteed as the popularity of a resort can change from season to season.