Mallorca (Majorca) Jobs – How to Work in Mallorca in 2014

Mallorca is a beautiful Spanish island which is one of a group known as the Balearic Islands which also includes Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.

Mallorca is also commonly called Majorca by people from the United Kingdom and is known as one of the best summer holiday destinations in Europe due to its fantastic climate, beaches and stunning scenery. Over 6 million tourists visit the island each year.

The largest city on Mallorca is Palma de Mallorca which is also the capital of the Balearic Islands. The total population on the island is 869,000 so there are many workers and jobs catering to these residents.

The island is set about 170 km off the coast of mainland Spain. Because of its location it isn’t the best place to look for winter jobs in Spain. That unquestionably is the Canary Islands which are located much further south and closer to Africa than Spain.

We also have useful job pages on the Canaries, for example Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria.

Is It Hard To Find Work in Mallorca?

If you are looking for jobs for English-speaking people then despite the current economic downturn there is still lots positions available although mostly just for the summer tourist season. In fact the island is dependent on tourism for over 80% of its gross domestic product (GDP). Over 50% of the islands workers are working in this sector.

If you are looking to relocate to Majorca and live here on a permanent basis then unfortunately it can be extremely hard to survive financially with many British expatriates having moved back to the UK.

These are the major tourist resorts and towns on Mallorca: Palma de Mallorca (the capital), Alaro, Alcudia, Ca’n Picafort, Caimari, Cala Bona, Cala D’or, Cala Millor, Cala San Vicente, Calas De Mallorca, Camp De Mar, Costa De Los Pinos, Deya, Illetas, Paguera, Palma Nova, Playa De Muro, Pollensa, Puerto De Soller, Puerto Pollensa, Pula Golf, Son Severa, Randa, Sa Coma, Sa Pobla, Santa Margalida, Santa Ponsa and Santanyi.

Do I Need a Visa to Work in Mallorca?

As long as you are a EU citizen then you do not require a visa although you will need to get a N.I.E. number (Numero de Identificacion Fiscal) if you are going to be employed legally. If you are from a country outside the European Union such as the USA, Canada or Australia you will need to apply for a three-month visa.

How Do I Get a N.I.E. number in Majorca?

Your Spanish N.I.E. number is basically a tax identification number for foreigners similar to your National Insurance number if you are from the UK.

Go to the nearest social security office or police station in Mallorca with your original passport and copy. A form is required to provide basic information such as name, address, nationality etc.

Your own personal N.I.E. number will usually be issued immediately and you will be given a temporary card.

Medical Care for Workers

Many seasonal workers arrive in Majorca to work for the summer without seriously considering what would happen if they got ill or had to go to hospital. Free emergency medical treatment is available as long as you are from a European country such as Germany or the United Kingdom. Before your arrival into Mallorca, get the free EHIC card.

The alternative is to purchase private health insurance for Spain which would cost around €100 per month.

Summer Jobs in Mallorca (Majorca)

Without doubt most jobs in Majorca for 2014 will be seasonal summer jobs which generally would appeal towards students and younger people looking to experience working in clubs and bars as well as restaurants.

Young students are especially welcomed by employers on the island who know that they will work for relatively low wages. Employers also know that summer workers can be paid cash in hand without the need to be employed on an official contract which of course would cost the employer more in social security contributions.

Being employed without an official working contract means you have no rights and no entitlement to the Spanish health care system which is free to workers paying into the system. Schooling in Mallorca is also free if you are part of the system.

Young seasonal workers and students looking to work the summer in Mallorca are usually bubbly, confident and fun people which is exactly the type of customers that the bar and club owners want to attract into their establishments.

Most summer jobs in Mallorca will be in the busiest tourist resorts, the biggest being Magaluf, followed by Palma Nova and Cala Millor.

Other major resorts worth trying would be Alcudia and Puerto De Soller (Port de Soller).

Below we cover in more detail some of the more popular types of summer jobs in Mallorca (Majorca).

It is pretty much what you would expect such as working in bars, restaurants and clubs.

If you are really lucky you might just find a job at one of the many excellent beaches on the island. There are beach bars and restaurants at the beaches as well as water sports offering to teach wind surfing, sailing, diving and jet-skiing.

Other types of summer work in Mallorca:

Security Positions

Work in the security field as door staff for bars and clubs. All clubs in Majorca require door supervisors and bouncers to control entrance and safety.

PR Jobs

Many major clubs and bars will also require DJ’s and public relations reps (PRs) to get more customers.

PRs either walk round the resorts in the daytime handing out flyers or leaflets or they stand outside in the street in the evening. A PR must be confident, outgoing and able to attract people’s attention. A sense of humour is a must to be able to persuade people to come in for a drink when they would otherwise have walked on by.

Catering/Restaurant Work

With over 2,500 restaurants on the island there are naturally many positions for working as waiters and waitresses. Alternatively you could help in the kitchen as a kitchen assistant, dishwasher, cook or chef.

Work as a Dancer in Mallorca

Many of the major hotels in Mallorca put on nightly entertainment shows which are a mixture of singing, dancing and comedy.

Alternatively there are lots of bars and especially nightclubs that require dancers in order to entertain guests and attract more customers in.

Then of course there are the lap dancing clubs and strip clubs in Mallorca/Majorca where pole dancers are employed.

Bar Jobs

Getting bar work on the island is without doubt the most popular job you can find due to the popularity of Mallorca as a tourist destination for young people and families from all over Europe.

The best thing about the bar jobs is that most of them are located in the popular beach resorts of Mallorca, so they are a wonderful place to live for the summer as you can go to the beaches on your day off.

Obviously you won’t be expecting to earn much, wages for bar work are typically around six Euros an hour and paid in cash.

You would also have to find accommodation on top as well as food and board. To rent a studio apartment in the summer would cost at least €450 + utility bills.

Mallorca Rocks – Hotel Jobs

After the very successful launch of the Ibiza Rocks Hotel, the group have expanded to the island of Mallorca opening the Mallorca Rocks Hotel in Magaluf in June 2010.

The hotel hosts massive rock concerts in the open air-courtyard from world famous artists and DJ’s such as Dizzee Rascal, Calvin Harris and Tinie Tempah.

There are good opportunities for jobs at Mallorca Rocks in various capacities such as hospitality, hotel, bar, restaurant and promotion – see our jobs at Ibiza Rocks page for current vacancies.

There are plenty of other hotels in Mallorca where you can find work. If you’re thinking of working as a holiday rep in a hotel then these jobs need to be found in advance of your arrival in Majorca. See our main holiday rep page.

Other Mallorca hotel jobs will include cleaning as a chambermaid, working in the bars or restaurants, singing, dancing, animators and entertainers.

If you seek work as a hotel receptionist then you will certainly need to be able to speak Spanish, English and German as a minimum.

Where To Find Work in Mallorca (Majorca)

There are work and job opportunities all over this popular Balearic island. The major tourist resorts are covered below along with the capital of Palma de Mallorca.

Magaluf and Palma Nova are the two most commercial resorts with good beaches and a reputation for being full of bars, pubs, restaurants, shops and nightclubs. This is the best place to find your summer job in Majorca.

Work in West Mallorca

The western side of Mallorca is where you will find the airport, capital (Palma) and most of Mallorca’s established mass tourism resorts such as Palma Nova, Magaluf and Santa Ponsa. Other smaller resorts to search for work include Peguera (aka Paguera), Port de Soller (aka Puerto Soller), Cala Mayor, Camp de Mar, Portals Nous, Illetes and Sant Elm.

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is the largest city on Mallorca with a population of over 300,000 people. This is almost certainly where you would arrive into the island whether by sea into the port of Palma or by air into Son Sant Joan international airport on the outskirts of Palma.

Being the capital, as you would expect this is the place for shopping and the city has several tourist attractions most notably the Cathedral La Seu. There plenty of jobs here but of course most go to the locals and fluent Spanish would be essential.

Jobs in Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is also known as Santa Ponça and is a large resort between the resorts of Palma Nova and Paguera. The resort is built around a large bay with Playa de Santa Ponsa being the main beach. The Square is the area to go for night life and bars.

Jobs in Cala Mayor

Cala Mayor is one of the oldest purpose-built mass tourist destinations on Mallorca. The large beach of the Cala Mayor bay is surrounded by high-rise hotels and apartments.

Work in East Mallorca



Jobs in Cala Millor

Cala Millor is a bit of a high rise mass tourist resort with a great beach (Playa de Sant Llorenç). This is a large and lively resort with plenty of job opportunities involving bars and clubs as Cala Millor has a reputation for good night life in clubs such as Lolly Pop and Karussell.

At the north end Cala Millor borders the much quieter resort of Cala Bona and to the south it borders Sa Coma.

The east coast of Mallorca is full of picturesque coves with lovely beaches and many small tourist resorts. It’s a world away from those mass resorts in the west such as Magaluf and Palma Nova.

Other popular resorts to search for work on the eastern side of Mallorca include Cala Bona, Calas de Mallorca, Porto Cristo, Cala Mandia, Cala Ratjada, Porto Colom and Sa Coma – S’Illot.

Work in North Mallorca

Jobs in Alcudia

Alcudia is a large resort in the north of Mallorca and it has many bars and clubs, perfect for those summer bar jobs.

Nightlife is lively, for club jobs try Magic Disco, Menta, Bells, Atoms and Kao’s Disco.

The beach resort of Alcudia is called Puerto Alcudia and Alcudia old town is a historic town 1.5 km away.

The fine white sand beach stretching for 10km is one of the best on the island. Alcudia also attracts many windsurfers and kitesurfers.

Northern Mallorca also has the following resorts: Aucanada, Cala Sant Vicenç, Can Picafort and Port de Pollensa.

Work in South Mallorca

South Mallorca has some smaller resorts. The largest is Platja de Palma which goes from Can Pastilla to El Arenal (s’Arena). The popular water park, Aqualand El Arenal, is here.

Cala D’Or is a lovely relaxing resort with many coves and beaches. Other resorts in the south include Colònia Sant Jordi, Playa de Palma and Porto Petro.

Job Resources

Below we list some of the best sources of jobs that we have found apart from our own website which does list any current vacancies at the bottom of this page.

Here are some of the best newspapers which also have classified jobs sections. If you are looking at Spanish newspapers then look at the section that says ‘trabajo’. In the German newspapers look at the job sections for ‘arbeit’.

Majorca Bulletin – “Daily news and information for English-speaking residents in the Balearic Islands. Information in English since 1962.”

Euro Weekly News – “Spain’s largest free English language newspaper covering 6 editions Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca North & South, Almeria, Axarquia and Mallorca.”

Mallorca Zeitung – “Palma de Mallorca local newspaper – “Mallorca Zeitung – Das deutsche Portal auf Mallorca”

Most vacancies will not actually be advertised so you need to come to Majorca itself. The exception to this would be professional jobs that require specific and unusual qualifications. Most casual jobs such as bar work or waiting on tables are filled locally usually by a poster advertising the position in a window.

If you are on the island you can also put up notices on boards in supermarkets or shops or simply by getting to know other workers.

Try searching for Mallorca job forums, employment agencies, job centres and recruitment agencies.

Video of Mallorca

The video below shows many different sights of the island of Mallorca. As you can see from the video the night life is pretty lively!

Teaching English on Mallorca

One of the most popular ways to be able to work on Mallorca is by teaching English to Spanish people.

There are many language schools who will hire you if you are qualified. The popular TEFL qualification or ESL qualifications are widely accepted.

The most widely spoken language on Mallorca is Catalan which is different to what most people recognise as Spanish (Castilian). There is even a local dialect of Catalan (Mallorquí).

Many young Majorcans who run businesses on the island will speak English with German also being widely spoken due to the large numbers of German tourists.

Resources:

Teaching English is generally part-time work which will need to be combined with other casual jobs. For full-time work as a teacher in Mallorca look to the international schools which need English-speaking teachers.

“The Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) is probably the most widely recognised initial TEFL qualification available. IH Palma, an authorised centre, offers one-month CELTA courses for initial TEFL (TESOL) training throughout the year on the idyllic Mediterranean island of Mallorca.”

“Founded in 1950, Bellver International College Mallorca is the longest established privately owned British school in Spain. All pupils become bilingual in English and Spanish. French, German and Catalan are also offered.”

“An independent day school founded in 1957, BIC serves children from many countries. The medium of instruction is English, and the main educational programme follows the British National Curriculum.”

Expat Jobs Mallorca – Work in Majorca for English-speakers

Most people dreaming of moving to Mallorca cannot speak Spanish and wonder what job opportunities there are for English-speaking people on the island.

Unfortunately if you do not learn Spanish you would be limited to the types of casual jobs such as bar and restaurant work for the peak summer tourist season. These positions unfortunately are in high demand from young people all over Europe, especially students who are prepared to work for low wages just to be on the island.

In all honesty the best alternative is probably to start your own business providing a unique service to the expatriate residents that prefer to deal with fellow English speakers.

You don’t even need to think of anything novel. There is already a good demand for tradesmen providing services in construction, building, electricians, plumbers etc. The only problem here is that as a newcomer it can be very hard to get yourself established and most people end up running out of money and moving back to the United Kingdom.

Many expats end up doing jobs such as cleaning apartments and villas, gardening, property maintenance or working in an estate agents.

Below we list some other ideas for potential businesses or jobs for expats in Majorca: Chef – waiter – waitress – sales jobs such as telesales or telemarketing – estate agent – personal trainer – gym – beautician – dentist – doctor – IT – computer programmer – insurance sales – customer service – admin – home-carer – secretarial – golf pro – office – cleaner – swimming pool maintenance – gardener – bartender – barmaid – hairdresser – retail – drivers – taxi – removals – au pair/nanny/babysitter – security – bouncer – door supervisor – PR reps – dancer – entertainer – animator – transfer rep – holiday rep – restaurant.


Page Summary

This article has been designed to give you the resources and advice concerning finding work and obtaining a job on the Spanish Balearic Island of Majorca/Mallorca.

Resorts we have covered include:

  • Magaluf
  • Palma de Mallorca
  • Alcudia
  • Cala Mayor
  • Cala Millor
  • Working in Palma Nova
  • Santa Ponsa
  • Port de Soller

Topics covered above:

  • Living in Mallorca
  • Work in Mallorca for English Speakers
  • Where to Find Jobs in Mallorca
  • Popular Types of Work and Job Vacancies
  • Jobs With Accommodation
  • Job Forums
  • Holiday Rep Jobs
  • Bar Jobs and Club Jobs
  • Summer Jobs
  • Part-Time Work

Are you an employer on the island looking for staff and employees in Mallorca?

Just fill out the comments box below with either your jobs wanted in Mallorca or vacancies.

Alternative Places for Spanish Jobs:

Most Searched For Jobs:

Helpful Pages When Moving to Spain:

Move to Spain – Guide & Real Stories

Long-Term Lets & Rentals

Buy Property

I Hate Spain – Downsides

… Main Section on Finding Work in Spain

For a full index of pages see our jobs in Spain for English-speaking people section.



Comments

  1. robert moorcroft says:

    To whom can help?

    I am 44 yrs of age, a qualified teacher with experience teaching in the subjects of English, Maths, teacel & Psychology. I also hold very high football coaching qualifications. I am looking at working in the north of the island and teaching various subjects. I can start quickly as my current employerer is very amicable.

    I have visited Alcudia before and lived it and the people where very friendly.

    I would be grateful if you cab help in any way?

    Robert

  2. Natalie Morris says:

    To whom this may concern,

    Hi my name i Natalie Morris and i am a full time dancer in New Zealand, I am looking for another full time dance job.
    would you please be able to tell me if there are any jobs avaliable here??

    Thank you,
    Natalie Morris

  3. Margaret "Kay" Thubron says:

    To whom this may concern,

    Hello,my name is Kay,current employment is in a bakery/hot foods,i turn 50 in April 2013 and after visiting Alcudia and Palma Nova i have fell in love with the warmth of the people and the place,
    My 2 sons 28yrs and 20yrs have their own carreers and lives and have encouraged me to take a step into the direction of doing something formyself,i also have been a healthcare assistant for almost 20yrs,i am very caring,understanding,easy approachable and very good communication skills as well as being very helpfull and friendly.
    It would be a great experience for me as well as exciting which i i would really be grateful to have the opportunity to put my dream into reality.I have a wide variety of friends as i lived in Hong Kong in my youth and visited alot of fantastic places and met alot of cultures in which language was no barrier.

    If you have any positions suitable for me i would really appreciate your reply,i am willing to work in retail,hotels,tour guide to and from airports,health care assistant for elderly abroad,and many more,

    Thankyou
    Margaret “Kay” Thubron

    • Shelly Willis says:

      Hi Kay, I have just read your post and am in a similar position to you. I have posted my own post on this site as I am also looking for work in Mallorca this summer.

      The reason I am replying is that I am interested in finding other people that are planning to travel alone too. Living in Mallorca is something that I have always wanted to do, however the doing it alone part is the thing that has always put me off. Therefore, it would be good to get a network of people who also plan to travel alone and form a little community so that we can support each other before we go, and also when we are out there. We could inform each other of any jobs we have heard of that may not be suitable for us but may be suitable for another members of the group etc, and when we are out there we can stay in contact to exchange any hint and tips we may find for newcomers to the Island.

      Let me know if you are interest.

      Thanks and regards

      Shelly

      • Sara Lindsey Gittins says:

        Hi Shelly

        I am replying to your post as i will be working in Mallorca this summer and plan on staying on afterwards……

        I too don’t know anyone and would be interested in connecting with ex pats etc

        Drop me a line to

        saralindseygittins@googlemail.com

        :)

      • susan barber says:

        Hi shelly my name is susan ive been looking at moveing to majorca for a long time. I have a sister liveing out there in sa pobla near alcudia. My problem is trying to find work over there im a hairdresser and would love to work in the hotels if you can help me or give me info as where to look for work i would be very gratefull. thanks sue

        • Shelly Willis says:

          Hi Sue, thanks for replying.

          I have too been trying to look for work, however it’s proving difficult being in England. I have been told by a few contacts that live there, that the best thing to do is to actually go out and hand your cv in everywhere. I am planning to go out with a couple of friends mid April and see what happens. I would say your best bet is to do the same in the hotels. As your sister lives there it will be easy for you to take a holiday.

          I will keep an ear out for you when I am out there. Let me know how you get on. You can email me at shelly.iw@blueyonder.co.uk

          Thanks

          Shelly

    • susan barber says:

      Hi kay just read your comments and im in the same situation as you and would love to work and live in majorca. Im lucky in a way that i have a sister who lives there so i a least have somewhere to live short term. My problem is finding a job i would love to work in the hotels as i am a hairdresser and i know that some hotels have salons in them just knowing where to look and who to contact is the prob. I hope your dream comes true as i hope mine will keep in touch maybe we can exchange info. sue

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    Mobile 07745871778
    Hi i am look for full time security work nites or days ,I am happy to work 7 nites a week
    I am a confident communicator at all levels, I work well under pressure. Am a quick learner and dependable and motivated. Seek challenges that teach my mind and my body. Good seance of humour. I often rely on intuition to get me by as I have a PhD in the university of life.
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  5. Shelly Willis says:

    To whom it may concern

    My name is Shelly Willis, I currently live in Essex and I work as a Web Designer in London. After working at the same firm for 16 years I have come to the point in my life where I need a change, therefore I have decided to take a career break.

    I have visited Majorca many times and have always wanted to live there but have never taken the plunge! Next year I will be 40 and have realised if I don’t do it now, I never will!

    I am seeking bar/waitress work during the summer period with a view to living in Majorca permanently.
    I have a good knowledge of most places on the island, I can drive and am planning to bring my own car, I can speak more Spanish than the average tourist, but am far from fluent. I am also a qualified first aider and at present in my spare time I am gaining bar maid/waitress experience locally to where I live.
    On a personal level I have a friendly, young, very bubbly personality and I enjoy interacting with the public.

    If you are interested please email me.

    Kind regards

    Shelly Willis

  6. hi i live in palma de mallorca near of the beach of arenal i have,t job now also i can,t for job help anybody if you need any other help tell me new pepul and i need help for job i am cook thankyou

  7. Shan punjabi says:

    I am 37 year old. my prof is a Indian Chaf .I have 16year axperians in Indian restaurant i had work in Mallorca &canaries in Indian restaurant .I looking 4 a job as soon possible .I am thanksfull if anybody help me

  8. Edward Pinches says:

    To whom this may concern,
    I am an 18 year old, holiday every summer in Santa Ponca and have totally fallen for the island (beautiful place) . Hopefully will be going to university this summer and looking for a summer job, any waitering, promotional jobs in the area please feel freee to contact. edward.pinches@aol.co.uk Thank you in advance for your help.

  9. elvis bob says:

    hi i am an elvis impersinator are there any jobs out there for me?
    Thank you very much

  10. Antonio Nadal says:

    WAITING STAFF – SUMMER 2013 MALLORCA
    We are looking for staff to work in a restaurant and a coctail bar for this summer from 1st of May till 31st of October. Please send your CV and foto to elbuhodcdm10@hotmail.com

    • Mr Murray says:

      My name is Nicky, i am 23 male from London England and i have my heart set on working abroad this year, i have plenty of experience working in bars, kitchens and hotels, i am willing to get started as soon as possible so send me an email if your looking to hire :)

  11. Zoran Pecevski says:

    Hi…
    I am Macedonian i live now in Prague,Cz.I work like salesman in souvenir shop,i spoke English,Castellano,Italian,Russian,Czech…and i like to move in Mallorca.Somebody to tell some sugestions,ideas for work,or to offer something.tnx.

  12. Alan Byrne says:

    How are things My name Is Alan and I was thinking of Moving Away for the Summer myself,Id like To try get a job in a Bar/Night club While im There but dont no how to go About it?do i keep Trying online or just Get over and then look for work?

  13. Maestro66uk says:

    DON’T MOVE TO MAJORCA!!!

    We moved out there in March 2010 and returned back to the UK in January 2012.
    It’s a terrible place to live and work!
    The temperatures are alarmingly HIGH….you’ll sweat in the shade whilst not doing a thing!! Very uncomfortable.
    Mosquito’s biting you all the time.
    Idiotic drivers on the roads.
    Things are just too expensive.
    People love you whilst you’ve got money, but as soon as you’re skint they don’t want to know you at all!

    A terrible place to live and work.

    Your job opportunities are as follows:

    Bar work
    Cleaning
    Entertaining
    Cleaning
    Being a mug for many bar owners (handing out flyers and basically pestering people on the street and beaches!)
    Cleaning
    ermm….cleaning…..bar work…..erm…..
    that’s it, those are your options. It’s crap out there!

  14. Hello there I am moving to port pollensa and am looking for work. Im a singer / entertainment manager by trade who has been in the industry for years, I am a competent cabaret soloist, compere, karaoke host etc but am willing to try my hand at pretty much anything from bar work to cleaning.

    If anyone knows of any work going please drop me a message it will be much appreciated

  15. Maarten says:

    Hello,. i live 8 years on the island in a lot different areas. Now i live in manacor. If anyone has questions or wanna have information…let me know. Also i have a room for rent but i dont live in a tourist area anymore.

    greeetsszzzzz.. M http://www.facebook.com/maartenvandeven

    • im looking to move out there an do bar work or pr work, is there many jobs about at the moment mate? how far from the tourist area are you?

  16. I am looking at starting a new life in Spain whether it be mainland or islands,
    I am 40 years of age and I am looking at any security work I currently hold 2 Sia licenses in cctv and door supervisor. I am also mechanical restraints certified .I have experience in retail/pub/club/events and festivals/static guarding of building developments .I work with a good attitude to the situation and im not scared of long hours be it day or night. The simple reason to why I am looking for work here is there are too many door supervisors /security guard’s in the UK .

    please contact me on 07971370542 or email darrenarmstrong1973@yahoo.com

  17. william haycock says:

    We are looking for a Thai cook for our reatauarnt in Cala Bona, Mallorca, Spain. Must cook to high standards and full knowlage of healt and safety and hygine. Good package required full time from March.
    Contact with cv to william.m.haycock@gmail.com

  18. Hi! Im an 24 year old woman from Sweden who is looking for different job oppertunites on Mallorca. I have been working there the last 4 years as fitness/dance instruktor but would like to be hired direct from the hotel instead of a Entertainment Company!
    I do all kind of different fitness lessions as Yoga, Pilates, Combat, Abdo and Multipower classes aswell as different types of dancing classes. Latino, Street and Jazz.
    If anyone knows hotels looking for experienced fitness instructors Im very intressted!

    • Nikos Faliraki says:

      Hi Anna.
      My name is Nikos and I am 6 years animation chief in hotel Mitsis Faliraki Beach Rhodes Greece. For new season 2014; 25.April- 25.October ( 6 months) I am looking for new Scandinavian girl in my team (sport animator). Our hotel is very popular in Scandinavia and I want one Swedish girl in team.
      I need girl who like sport and dance, communicative girl who like working with people. Hotel is beautiful, correct and conditions for work are good. Because I am not agency ( I work directly for hotel), you can also get the contract directly from hotel, like me.
      If you are interested, send me your CV as soon as possible. All information about us ( photos and videos), you can see on facebook: ANIMATION TEAM MITSIS FALIRAKI BEACH.
      nikos.faliraki@gmail.com Skype: nikos elenikos

      Best regards, Nikos

  19. Ian Duggan says:

    Hi guys I am looking for DJ jobs in Mallorca? Where do I start?

  20. Monica Valkovska says:

    Me and my friend are interested in work for summer :)

  21. hello everyone robin here aka rokinrobin…. i have been based in spain for a fewwwwwwwwww yrs this yr i am off to my favorite .. island ..mallorka … i am looking for a sleeping área .. also i was on the island for 7 fantistik summers in many áreas as travel and tourist rep and entertainer .
    many áreas are exellent it is a beautiful island ….. if anyone or agents needs all types of work i do ie bars ..ents .. speakin spanish and uk … garden .. kleaning .. painting in or out .. and also a distributor and sales person.
    YOU may think i do toooooooooooo many types of work … ask my spanish people and they will say yes .
    if any one wants to rent a apt or house with another person let me know as i am looking also.
    mallorka 3 ítems great mornings…. great nights ….exellent days and tourists.

  22. Heya!
    My name is Maria and I am a 3rd year medical student. I am looking for a summer job in Mallorca- bar stuff or waitress. I can speak English (or course :) ), Czech, Russian and Spanish (I studies Spanish for a couple of years in school, but I wouldn’t say that I am a fluent speaker).
    If anyone knows a good job, please let me know. Ill be looking forward to hearing from you :)

  23. Katerina and George says:

    Hola,

    me and my friend, we arelooking for a job in Mallorca, Grand Canaria or in any island near Spain. We can speak many languages and we are flexible. If you know any job offer, please email me. I am looking forward tohearing from you. Yours Kate and George

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