Fancy spending the summer making cocktails in the Caribbean? Because this place is hiring 10 months ago

Fancy spending the summer making cocktails in the Caribbean? Because this place is hiring

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If you're looking for a job this summer that will make your friends envious, your tan darker and tbh, your life exceptionally better well then... why not become a bartender on a floating bar in the Caribbean?

Floyd’s Pelican Bar in Jamaica voted one of the coolest bars in the WORLD is now hiring for a new bartender and cocktail maker and we're all ears.

 

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Now, the only issh to nab this job is that you need to enter a competition to win it with Virgin Holidays. Being such a sought-after gig, they believe this is the best way to give everyone a fair chance.

So, what must you do to land the role?

  • Willing to commute by boat or paddle board, even when the weather is a little too beautiful to go to work
  • Eager to chat to locals and tourists alike and get to know them over a cool bottle of local beer
  • Manage the music playlist to ensure chilled beats are playing at all times
  • Throw the occasional fish to the resident pelicans, who gave the bar its name
  • Welcome passing boats looking for a refreshment with a smile
  • Able to multitask – it can be tricky to hand out beer and appreciate the glistening turquoise water at the same time

 

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Sounds like you?

Well then, may I direct you here to apply and wish you all the luck in the world.

Joe Thompson, Managing Director of Virgin Holidays spoke about the vacancy saying:

"We think the Caribbean is your playground – filled with so much fun and beauty to explore, from the white beach sands to the vibrant culture. We have sent millions of British holiday-makers to explore this idyllic part of the world over the last few decades, but never like this. It’s an opportunity to truly immerse yourself in the Jamaican culture – a once in a lifetime experience."

Cheers to that.