If you are a chef who loves to lead a team with flair and creativity, can manage budgets effectively, and can deliver mouth-watering food, then we want to hear from you! If you are wanting to run a kitchen in the mountains in Italy, France or Austria, working in a ski resort, then please apply
Time for another great guest blog spot! I think many of us will relate to Mary’s story – that initial unwillingness to think about a job or focus on our future until we really have to! Over to you Mary: ‘At 15 I didn’t have a clue what I wanted to pursue as a career.
Quality, not quantity. A phrase that you hear a lot, and here at Holiday Staff we are feeling rather proud of the quality of our job seekers. We have been told many times by our advertisers how pleased they are with the standard of applications coming through from Holiday Staff. In the last couple of weeks
In another of our series of guest blogs, Hayley Lancaster, All Together Guidance Professional for Essex and Suffolk, tells her own story of seasonal work. A Careers Adviser’s personal experience of seasonal work… I challenge anyone to find a Careers Adviser who, in their school days, set out to work in the careers sector. Many
Five Skills Gained From Seasonal Work by Imogen McGowan Seasonal work is a great way to gain experience whilst earning but, not only that, it’s a fantastic opportunity to add marketable and core skills to your CV. When looking for employment it’s essential to be able to provide examples to verify your skills, and seasonal
Karim, who is studying at university in the UK, has added to his skills (and his wallet!) by taking on seasonal work during his student holidays: ‘Seasonal work is a great idea as I worked for a large supermarket as promotional staff during the university holiday. ‘It was so useful as I learned different skills