PGL began recruitment for overseas positions on September 1, signalling the first step on the route for up to 2,500 successful applicants to take up their roles in the UK, France and Spain in summer 2016. PGL have varied roles for next summer, including in retail, housekeeping, admin, maintenance, instructor positions, and language jobs. Positions are already filling up but the three we have highlighted here are all available now.
A compilation of all our jobs abroad and volunteer work articles, plus links to useful information on our other sites.
If you are travelling and working in order to fund your trip you may want to consider stopping by in Dubai.
Most of the working abroad posts we feature on The Working Traveller are researched, ‘how to’ type pieces. Though I have plenty of travel tales to tell it is a rare day when I have not been able to duck out of sight when physical labour is mentioned.
Join the 50 great people and two jerks who keep this established comedy club running. Boom Chicago performs comedy shows around the world but it is in their 225 seat Amsterdam theatre where both behind the scenes and on stage roles are offered to English speakers.
If rumours of the gap year’s demise are true then this post will go mostly unread as students instead forego a break between A levels and university to avoid the rise in tuition fees. Plenty though will either worry about the financial hangover later or consider a year out a worthwhile investment in their future.
A couple are wanted to cook and clean within the roles of chef and chalet host. Between them the couple are expected to prepare meals - including breakfast and afternoon teas of freshly baked cakes - for up to eight guests and ensure that the chalet is kept clean.
Seasonal jobs available of the islands of Tresco and Bryher, two of the five inhabited islands of the Isles of Scilly, found 29 miles south west of Lands End, Cornwall, UK.
Les Elfes organise spring, summer and winter camps in Switzerland for children and teenagers aged eight to 18.
Hello, we started working again and relaunched the Jobs Abroad Bulletin, our monthly newsletter of job vacancies around the globe. A number of events - including family illness and bereavement, homelessness, and some serious computer, server and connection problems - knocked us a little bit wobbly and it took some time to get reorganised.