Teaching and Tourism Jobs Abroad with Disney

3onFriday: 3 Jobs Abroad With Disney

The mighty mouse is prevalent on the high seas, in Europe, America and elsewhere. From selling soft toys to dressing up as the face of the company, Disney can help pay the bills racked up on a year out.

Island Operations Crew in the Bahamas
Disney has its own island. Yup, a whole island. Located 60 miles north of Nassau, in the Bahamas, Disney’s Castaway Cay employs around 100 staff to prepare and keep the island in excellent condition for their cruise ship guests. Roles include cleaning and maintenance, landscaping and looking after stingrays. Staff live in a crew compound with its own private beach.

Find out more at http://dcl.disneycareers.com/en/explore-positions/island-operations/

Disneyland Paris
Disney’s second venture outside the United States (after Tokyo) Disneyland Paris is Europe’s busiest theme park with over 300 million visitors since opening in 1992. Over 15,000 staff from 100 countries are employed in 500 professions across two parks, 63 shops, seven hotels, 59 restaurants and 55 attractions. Keep an eye out for their casting tours. In the coming months Disney are recruiting in Toulouse, Stockholm and Rome. The next recruitment session n the UK is on November 25 and 26, in London.

Find out more at http://disneylandparis-casting.com/en

Teaching English
Disney opened its first English centre in Shanghai, in 2008, and has since expanded to schools in Beijing, Chengdu, Wuhan, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Foreign trainers, with a BA degree and two years post graduate teaching experience, preferably teaching young learners, are employed on 12 to 15 month contracts.

Find out more at http://disneyenglish.disneycareers.com/en/default/

Image courtesy Ricky Brigante

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