Job opportunity in Cyprus (North) for female bartenders/waitress over summer period (June to September)


Must be available for a minimum period of 4 weeks during summer. Accommodation provided (at no charge) at the Mountain View Hotel. Accommodation will be shared with other applicants for these positions. Previous experience is beneficial, but not necessary. Staff breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided every day. A staff discount of 50% will be provided on all menu items.

For a 3 week period you will be required to work 6 days per week, with one day off per week. For the fourth week you will be required to work 5 days, with two consecutive days off. This will allow you time to explore other parts of the island easily if desired.

Shifts are 8 hours/day and are normally at night (e.g. 18:00 to 02:00). Night shifts mean you can easily go to the beach/pool/town during the day to relax and catch some sun.

£80 per week + good tips + sales commission. (Please note, with accommodation and meals provided this is excellent money for north Cyprus. Pound to Turkish Lira exchange is excellent).

This is a family run establishment (as is the hotel). The family is half British and half Cypriot, and lived in the UK for 20+ years before moving to Cyprus. We will be happy to help arrange trips to Ayia Napa, Limassol, Famagusta at the end of each month.

We are a very international bar and have staff and customers from around the world (from Cameroon through to Russia). It is a fun and lively place to work that provides a fantastic experience for those looking to travel and meet people over the summer. An excellent understanding of English is preferred.

If you are interested in applying please send your CV (with photograph) mentioning previous experience, interests etc. to

Nationalities accepted: EU Nationals Only please

Expiry Date: August 1, 2014


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