What can you expect as a shop assistant?
Your alarm went off early this morning. You’re busy baking some bread in the oven and filling the fridges with cold drinks and spreads. At 8:00 AM, you open the shop, but you have already seen Amy and Tom waiting outside. Every morning, they come to buy delicious buns for breakfast with their family and they always share their day plans with you.
After the busy morning you quickly restock the shelves and sweep the floor. Later this afternoon, the supplier will come to deliver the products you ordered yesterday. In the meantime, you explain the new intern the cashier system so that you together are ready for the busy evening. After opening hours, you clean the shop and count the cash register. You’ve had a very busy day and made a good turnover today. Time for a well deserved drink at the bar!
What do I get as a shop assistant?
Accommodation: tent/mobile home/room/appartment (depending on the country and holiday park)
Meals: depending on the holiday park, included or not
Days off: minimum of 1 day off per week
Training: E-learning course
What else: a travel insurance, travel allowance, the latest news every morning (both from the papers and the guests), happy faces once you’ve stocked the shelves with delicious bread
What are we looking for in a shop assistant?
Languages: English and at least one other language
Personality: you are definitely a morning person, you like to work in a flexible and allround position and you provide the best service possible with a big smile
Availability: at least available from the 1st of July 2019 until the 31st of August 2019
Experience: preferably experience in a shop/retail
Extra information: Due to the law & legislation, we can only hire staff with an European nationality (ID card / Passport).