UK and Republic of Ireland seasonal jobs

Even after Brexit, UK and Irish nationals do not need a visa or residency permit to live, work or study in each others countries. Within the Common Travel Area, British and Irish citizens can live and work freely in each other's countries and travel freely between them. On top of that, Irish passport holders can live and work visa free anywhere in the EU as well, and obviously people from the EU can live and work visa free in the Republic of Ireland.

Seasonal jobs range from cleaning and hospitality staff through to sports camps supervisors and managers. The big centres such as London, Dublin, Glasgow and Manchester need hospitality workers all year round but it is out in the countryside and on the coast where the UK and Ireland have some of the best working traveller and holiday jobs that you will find anywhere.

All of the countries in Great Britain and Ireland have well-developed tourism and agricultural industries with landscapes ranging from mountains, warm and cold seas, rolling countryside and hundreds of islands. Tourism is responsible for sustaining hundreds of thousands of jobs through all the islands, mainly in the service sector, so there is lots of scope for summer jobs.

Also look for summer camp jobs (most are in England but you will find them in all parts) And jobs in agriculture for backpackers and students on a break are also abundant especially around harvest and Christmas time.

From the Highland resorts of Scotland, lively Dublin pubs and right down to the water sports centres in the Channel Islands there really is a job to suit anyone - if you dont mind taking a small risk on the weather!

Latest UK and Ireland jobs

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Sous Chef

To be considered for this role, you will need your own transport to travel to SY5 7AU due to the location and lack of public transport.We are looking

England
England
  • £28,000 per annum
  • Not provided
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Chef de Partie

To be considered for this role, you will need your own transport to travel to SY5 7AU due to the location and lack of public transport.We are looking

England
England
  • £26,000 per annum
  • Not provided
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Head Chef

To be considered for this role, you will need your own transport to travel to SY5 7AU due to the location and lack of public transport.We are looking

England
England
  • £32,500 per annum
  • Not provided

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Alderney - An Island Tour

Alderney is a small Channel Island, just over 3 square miles in area. The brief tour starts at the harbour and generally follows the coast in a clockwise direction. This interesting place has many Victorian forts, countless German WW2 bunkers and a rugged stretch of tall cliffs. Many visitors are amazed at the crystal clear, tropical blue sea that teams with fish. If you enjoy exploring, the cliff top paths will provide breath-taking views and the chance to see the thriving wild life. The fortifications are generally accessible and free to enter. The inner part of the island has not been shown in this video and these may be added at a later date. Sound levels of music and train have been reduced for your enjoyment. This video is in 4K and the original plays butter smooth throughout. I hope a slow computer or internet connection, and playback on YouTube doesn't spoil the experience.

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Alderney

Cam shows us around Alderney!

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