We're Recruiting
Surf Camp Team 2022

We are thrilled to announce that it’s time to reopen the applications and meet the candidates for our 2022 Team!

What do we offer you? We offer a monthly wage, food and accommodation, an invitation to our daily activities and evening events, staff discounts on day trips, bar and merchandise as well as free use of the surf and yoga equipment.

What can you offer us? In return we ask for a motivated attitude, dedicated work ethic, positive team spirit and a promise to have an absolute blast, surf your heart out, spread the stoke and never forget your season with the Star Surf family!

The Management Team: To begin, we will be recruiting members of our Management Teams in two locations. Please have a read below to find out more about the positions available in Moliets-Plage on the south-west coast of France and in Oyambre in northern Spain.

Unsure if the role is for you? Take a read of our Here’s what you need to know blog about managing a surf camp.

How to apply

Confident you’ve got what it takes? Great! Send us a short 2 minute video application describing the following:

1️⃣ Who you are and which role you are applying for;

2️⃣ What makes you the perfect candidate;

3️⃣ Why you wish to work for Star Surf Camps. 

 

Email your application video together with the relevant application form (download below) and your CV to:

 

👉 jobs@starsurfcamps.com

Management Positions

Camp
Manager
Head of
Team
Head of
Reception
Head of
Kitchen
Head of
Maintenance
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Camp Manager (Oyambre)


Dates: 

  • Oyambre: End of May – late September (must be available for the full season and training prior).
  • Availability in March to help select your team from a shortlist.
  • Flexibility to get in touch with team members before arrival. 

Essentials:

  • Languages: English and Spanish 
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 24 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Natural leader, Very hard-working, Great people skills, Calm and stress resilient
  • Organised, Time-management skills, Communicates clearly, Delegates efficiently 
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual and flexible, Proactive and adaptable
  • Solution-oriented, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking, Problem-solver]

The role also requires good computer skills with experience using Google Drive and Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers.

Overview:

You are the overall responsible of the surf camp. It is your responsibility to ensure each department is fully functioning and that all managers have the right tools to perform their daily tasks to the best of their ability. As a successful Camp Manager you will guarantee the smooth operation of the camp; comfortably handling day-to-day challenges, naturally thinking on your feet and acting promptly when urgent issues arise. As a role model to the wider team – and with a go-get-it attitude – you will motivate, inspire and encourage outstanding work ethic and team-spirit, creating an unbeatable camp environment and memorable experience for both staff and guests alike. You strive to receive positive feedback week on week and are able to apply criticism in a constructive way to the benefit of the business with company objectives in mind.

 

Download application here

Head of Team


Dates: 

  • Moliets Main: Early May – late September;
  • Moliets Deluxe: Early May – late September;
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the camp facilities.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival. 

Essentials:

  • Language: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 25 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Natural leader, Great communicator, Calm and stress resilient, Team-player
  • Organised, Time-management, Flexible,  Eye for detail 
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive
  • Solution-orientated, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking, Problem-solver

Overview:

As the Head of Team, you are not only the face of the camp that you represent, but also the go-to support and principal role-model for a group of 6 Teamers. Varying in age, nationality and camp-life experience, it is important that you lead your Teamers by example to enable a smooth and efficient day-to-day running of the surf camp, thus creating the most enjoyable and memorable guest and staff experience possible. To support you in operations, you will oversee and liaise with the Breakfast Manager who is responsible for coordinating the morning food service. 

 

Download application here

Head of Reception


Dates

  • Dates for Moliets: Early May – late September; 
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the camp facilities.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival. 

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (French preferred)
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 25 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Great people skills, Excellent communication, Calm and stress resilient, Team-player
  • Organised, Time-management,  Hard working and flexible, Eye for detail
  • Accountable, Responsible, Punctual, Proactive
  • Solution-orientated, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking, Problem-solver

The role also requires good computer skills – experience with Google Drive, Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be very beneficial. Note; no experience with booking systems is required. All booking information is collated in spread-sheets updated weekly. Full training will be provided at the beginning of the season. 

Overview:

As the Head of Reception, you are in charge of our administrative services which includes managing and understanding the weekly booking information, allocating guests to tents, maximising our camp occupancy, and arranging guests’ transfers to and from the c  mo amp. You are the person who makes the first and last impression on our guests and throughout the week you and the receptionist will address any queries that guests may have. You liaise with our central booking office on a daily basis and you ensure that any changes to booking information is clearly communicated across all departments at camp. You will also be in charge of a small team of staff who will help you conduct these tasks, including a receptionist and transfer drivers. 

 

Download application here

Head of Kitchen


Dates

  • Moliets Main: Early May – late September 
  • Moliets Deluxe: Early May – late September
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build up prior to season and help to set up the kitchen facilities.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 25 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics

  • Great work ethic, Excellent time-management, Very organised, Eye for detail and hygiene, Creative
  • Natural leader, Good people skills, Great communication, Team-player, Solution-orientated
  • Accountable, Responsible, Punctual, Proactive, Flexible

The role also requires good budgeting skills and an ability to quantify stock and products in accordance with guest numbers. Basic computer skills such as experience with Google Drive and Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial. 

Overview:

As the Head of Kitchen, you are in charge of the food department, which includes planning, shopping and preparing the  lunch items 6 days a week and the dinners 5 days a week, offering sufficient portion sizes within budget. You have excellent time management skills, are well-organised, know how to budget and have experience cooking for 200+ people. The kitchen requires structure and routine, a can-do and positive attitude as well as the ability to lead a small team. Hygiene and cleanliness are paramount.

 

Download application here

Head of Maintenance


Dates: 

  • Moliets: Beginning of May – late September; 
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Availability to join the Build-Up crew from mid-April would be extremely desirable.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 24 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Great work ethic, Organised, Flexible, Eye for detail 
  • Trade skills, Electrical, Carpentry, Landscaping
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive
  • Solution-orientated, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking, Problem-solver

Overview:

As the Head of Maintenance, it is your sole responsibility to make sure the camp is functioning physically. You have at least basic experience with lighting, electrics, carpentry and landscaping meaning our different departments can rely on you for most maintenance-related problems and solutions. You have a sharp eye for detail and will commit to ensuring the surf camp looks its best at all times. You have a “go get it” attitude and actively search for areas of the camp to improve. You take pride in your work and strive to help others with tasks beyond their capabilities. You may be supported by a Maintenance Assistant for busier periods of the season.

 

Download application here

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Surf Team

Head
Surf Coach
Surf
Instructors
Surf
Assistant
Surf
Coordinator
X

Head Surf Coach (Oyambre)


Dates: 

  • Oyambre: End of May – late September (must be available for the full season and training prior).
  • Flexibility to get in touch with team members before arrival. 
  • Availability to help build up and prepare the surf area before opening.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English and Spanish 
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 22 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory. 

Key Characteristics:

  • Natural leader, Team-player, Great people skills, High energy levels
  • Organised, Time-management skills, Communicates clearly,  Hard working
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual and flexible, Proactive
  • Solution-oriented, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking, Problem-solver

We ask for ISA (or equivalent) level 1 or higher as well as a minimum of 3 months’ experience working in a European Surf School. The role also requires some computer skills with experience using Google Drive and Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers.

Overview:

You are the overall responsible of the surf team. It is your duty to ensure that all surf instructors have the right tools to conduct their daily surf lessons to the best of their ability. As a successful Head Surf Coach you will guarantee the smooth scheduling of weekly lessons; comfortably handling day-to-day changes or challenges relating to weather conditions and guest requests, naturally thinking on your feet and acting promptly when urgent issues arise. As a role model to the surf team, you will motivate, inspire and encourage outstanding work ethic and team-spirit, creating an enjoyable and memorable experience for both instructors and students. You strive to receive positive feedback week on week and are able to apply criticism in a constructive way.

 

Download Application

Surf Instructors


Dates: 

  • Moliets-et-Maa: Early May – late September 
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build-up prior to season to help set up the camp and surf facilities.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (French/Spanish for relative camp)
  • EU driver’s licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 18 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory. 
  • Qualifications for France:  French Surf Permit in conjunction with ISA Level 1 or higher as well as 8 months of European Surf School experience (please enquire if you have all the qualifications, a good surfing level and experience but do not have the permit, we may be able to host you and guide you through the examination)
    Qualifications for Spain: ISA Level 1 or equivalent as well as 3 months of European Surf School experience.

Key Characteristics:

  • Friendly and charismatic, Great people skills, Very high energy levels, Team-player and patient
  • Surf experience,  Surf theory knowledge, Good fitness levels,  Creative and engaging
  • Accountable, Responsible and punctual, Good time-management, Proactive

Overview:

As one of our Surf Instructors you are a key figure of the surf team. You work according to a weekly schedule produced by the Head Surf Coach. You begin your mornings at the beach 15 minutes prior to lesson start in order to set up the Star Surf Flag and assess the surf conditions before the guests join for their warm ups. Every surf instructor is responsible for their students’ safety as well as enjoyment. You strive to offer informative, fun and engaging lessons by providing enough attention to each student, joining in in the water and ensuring the students feel comfortable at all times.  Once a week, together with the Surf Assistant, you will conduct a surf theory class open to those who participate in the surf lessons. As part of their paid-package, it is fundamental that you offer a creative and educational 90 minute presentation that encourages our guests to practice good surf etiquette, read the ocean with awareness and improve their technique.

 

Download Application

Surf Assistant (Oyambre)


Dates:

  • Early May – late September
  • Including some general build-up prior to season to help set up the camp and surf facilities.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language 
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 22 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Friendly and charismatic, Great people skills, High energy levels, Team-player 
  • Surf experience, Surf theory knowledge, Good fitness levels, Creative
  • Accountable, Responsible and punctual, Good time-management, Proactive

Overview:

As the Surf Assistant you are a key figure of the surf team. You work according to a weekly schedule produced by the Head Surf Coach. You begin your mornings at the Surf Tent where you greet guests, update surf and weather forecasts, answer surf-schedule related questions, swap ill-fitting gear, repair damaged equipment and guide guests to the Star Surf Flag meeting spot. Once on the beach with the rest of the team you will run the 15 minute warm-ups and support the surf instructor by helping students to catch waves and by offering tips on how to improve. Once a week, together with one of our surf coaches, you will conduct a surf theory class open to those who participate in the surf lessons. As part of their paid-package, it is fundamental that you offer an informative, creative and engaging 90 minute presentation that encourages our guests to practice good surf etiquette, read the ocean with awareness and improve their technique. 

 

Download Application

Surf Coordinator (France)


Dates:

  • Early May – late September
  • Including some general build-up prior to season to help set up the camp and surf facilities.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language 
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 22 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Friendly and charismatic, Great people skills, High energy levels, Team-player
  • Surf experience, Surf theory knowledge, Passion for health and fitness, Creative
  • Accountable, Responsible and punctual, Good time-management, Proactive

The role also requires basic computer skills, so experience with Google Drive and Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial.

Overview:

As the Surf Coordinator, you are the face of the Surf Tent. Here you spend most of your mornings greeting the guests, updating surf and weather forecasts, answering surf-schedule related questions, guiding guests to the beach, swapping ill-fitting gear and repairing damaged equipment. Once a week, together with one of our surf coaches, you will conduct a surf theory class open to those who participate in the surf lessons. As part of their paid-package, it is fundamental that you offer an informative, creative and engaging 90 minute presentation that encourages our guests to practice good surf etiquette, read the ocean with awareness and improve their technique. To further our guests’ surfing ability, you will coordinate with the Good Vibes Manager to run up to 4 open workshops per week that focus on surf technique such as surf-skate sessions, indo-board practice and surf fitness activities i.e forest runs, slacklining skills and surf mobility classes. 

 

Download application here

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FULL SEASON ROLES

Good Vibes
Manager
Bar & Merch
Manager
Breakfast
Manager
Receptionist
Yoga
Instructor
X

Good Vibes Manager


Dates

  • Moliets: Early May – late September; 
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the surf camp.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 24 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Born leader, Public speaker, Calm and stress resilient, Team-player
  • Sociable, High energy levels, Outgoing,  Positive attitude
  • Organised, Time-management, Flexible, Eye for detail
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive

The role also requires basic computer skills – experience with Google Drive, Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial. Graphic design skills would be a big bonus.

Overview:

As the Good Vibes Manager you are in charge of organising, running and amending daytime and evening activities and events. You are in a key customer-facing role and have one of the highest guest-to-staff interaction rates of all the team. You plan and coordinate events such as our wine & cheese night, promote and guide day trips to other cities, organise sports activities and beach tournaments, collaborate with musicians for live performances, plan innovative workshops such as art classes, forest walks, surf mobility classes and skate sessions. All the while bringing people together and ensuring that all individual groups and solo-travellers feel part of the Star Surf community. To support you in operations, you will manage a Good Vibes Assistant, Musicians and liaise with the Bar and Merchandise Manager.

 

Download application here

Bar & Merchandise Manager


Dates: 

  • Moliets: Early May – late September; 
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the camp.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 24 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Leads by example, Communicates clearly, Calm and stress resilient, Team-player
  • Sociable, High energy levels, Outgoing and charismatic, Positive attitude
  • Organised, Good time-management, Flexible, Eye for detail
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive

The role requires bar and cocktail mixing experience. Basic mathematical and computer skills such as knowledge of Google Drive, Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial. Experience in sales would also be a bonus.

Overview:

As the Bar and Merch Manager you are in charge of organising and running the campsite bars. You are in a key customer-facing role and have one of the highest guest-to-staff interaction rates of all the team. You are charismatic and leave a great lasting impression on both guests and those you work with. You conduct daily quality control checks over the bar areas, paying particular attention to health, hygiene and safety aspects. You work with the Good Vibes Manager to coordinate events and schedules accordingly. It is your duty to ensure fridges are full, fruit is prepared, stock levels are checked and weekly shops/orders are completed. 4 to 5 times a week you will run a pop-up shop showcasing the Star Surf Merchandise. To support you in your operations, you will manage Bar Staff and liaise with the Good Vibes Manager.

 

Download application here

Breakfast Manager


Dates: 

  • Moliets Main: Early May – late September 
  • Moliets Deluxe: Early May – late September
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the breakfast service facilities.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: Yes
  • Minimum age: 22 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Hospitable, Great people skills, Team-player, Sociable, Friendly
  • Organised, Good time-management, Early riser, Eye for detail, Creative
  • Accountable, Responsible, Punctual, Proactive, Flexible

Any prior food hygiene knowledge would be a bonus. The role also requires basic computer skills – experience with Google Drive and Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial. 

Overview:

As the Breakfast Manager, you are the first cheerful face our guests see in the morning. You are in charge of running the order-style breakfast service at the camp, ensuring our guests place their breakfast and picnic lunch orders for the following morning. With the help of a small team of Teamers, you provide a nourishing breakfast service and create a relaxing morning environment 6 days per week, offering sufficient portion sizes within budget. Together you clean and rearrange the breakfast service and dining areas.

 

Download application here

Receptionist


Dates: 

  • Moliets: Early May – late September; 
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the camp facilities.
  • Flexibility to spend time getting in touch with team members before arrival.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 25 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Great people skills, Excellent communication, Calm and stress resilient, Team-player
  • Organised, Time-management, Hard working and flexible, Eye for detail
  • Accountable, Responsible, Punctual, Proactive
  • Solution-orientated, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking, Problem-solver

The role also requires good computer skills – experience with Google Drive, Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be very beneficial. Experience with booking systems is not required. All booking information is collated in spread-sheets and updated weekly. Full training will be provided at the beginning of the season. 

Overview:

As the Receptionist, you not only make the first and last impression on our guests but you are also their daily go-to person for answers, advice and solutions. Throughout the week you handle our administrative services by collating and understanding the booking information, collecting outstanding payments, confirming dietary requirements, checking surf and yoga bookings, accurately recording data and helping to arrange transfers to and from the camp. You support the Head of Reception (France ) and Camp Manager (Spain) in their daily operations and together ensure that any changes to booking information is clearly communicated across all departments at camp. You liaise with our central booking office and a number of transfer drivers on a daily basis. 

 

Download application here

Yoga Instructor


Dates: 

  • Moliets: Early May – late September; 
  • Oyambre: Early June – late September 
  • Including some general build-up prior to season to help set up the camp and yoga facilities.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language (Spanish or French preferred for relative camps)
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 22 yearsVaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Friendly and empathetic, Great people skills, Team-player, Sociable
  • Organised, Good time-management, Early riser, Creative
  • Accountable, Responsible, Punctual, Proactive and flexible

Please attach any Yoga Teacher Training certificates to your application. The role also requires basic computer skills, so experience with Google Drive and Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial. 

Overview:

As a Yoga Instructor, you are often the first cheerful face our sleepy guests see in the morning. You will run up to 16 sessions per week, each lasting 75 minutes. We would like to see a variety of different yoga styles and would love for you to bring your unique personality, specialities and teaching styles to our yoga deck. Incorporating meditation sessions in the pine forest or sunset yoga on the beach would create a memorable experience for our surf camp guests.

 

Download application here

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Part Season Roles

Teamer
Build Up
Crew
Bar
Staff
Good Vibes
Assistant
Musician
X

Teamer


Dates:

Arrival and departure dates will be fixed for all Teamers in the same period for training and team building purposes

  • Moliets Deluxe Period 1: 11th May – 26th June
  • Moliets Deluxe P2: 21st June – 8th August
  • Moliets Deluxe P3: 2nd August – 28th September
  • Moliets Main P1: 30th May – 11th July
  • Moliets Main P2: 5th July – 15th August
  • Moliets Main P3: 9th August – 21st September
  • Oyambre P1: 13th June – 8th August
  • Oyambre P2: 2nd August – 28th September

Essentials:

  • Minimum age: 20 years  
  • Languages: English + 1 other language preferred

Key Characteristics:

  • Sociable, High energy levels, Outgoing and positive, Charismatic
  • Organised, Eye-for-detail, Team player, Hard working
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive   

Overview:

As a Teamer you are the heart and soul of the camp. You create the camp atmosphere by socialising with the guests and getting involved in our daily workshops and evening events. If you’re not serving at meal times, you will be able to sit amongst the guests and get to know new people from all over the world. If ever our guests have questions about activities, reception times, places to eat out or extra bedding, you are the go-to person to offer answers or solutions. You also make an active effort to ensure that the camp is clean, tidy and beautifully decorated at all times.

 

Download application here

Build Up Team


Dates: 

  • Moliets: Early April – end June 
  • Oyambre: Early May – end June
  • Minimum 4 weeks commitment.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English 
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 18 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Great work ethic, Active and energetic, Team-player, Eye for detail
  • Solution-orientated, Glass half-full attitude, Quick thinking,  Problem-solver
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive
  • Trade skills (BONUS), Electrical, Carpentry, Landscaping

Overview:

As part of the Build Up Crew you are responsible for preparing the camp for the grand season opening, ready for the first arrival of staff and guests. Your mornings begin with a briefing led by the Head of Maintenance who will delegate daily tasks. You spend the majority of your day outdoors working as a team to prepare and build the camp from the ground up.

 

Download application here

Bar Staff


Dates:

  • Early June – late September; 
  • Including some general build up prior to season to help set up the camp and bar areas.

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language
  • Minimum age: 24 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Works under pressure, Communicates clearly, Team-player, Organised, tidy, eye for detail
  • Charismatic,  High energy levels,  Outgoing and sociable,  Positive attitude
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive

Bar and cocktail mixing experience would be a bonus. Basic mathematical and computer skills such as knowledge of Google Drive, Excel/Spreadsheets/Numbers would be beneficial. 

Overview:

As Bar Staff you are the face of our campsite bars. You are charismatic, energetic and leave a great lasting impression on both surf camp guests and those you work with. You are in a key customer-facing role and have one of the highest guest-to-staff interaction rates of all the team. You are organised, tidy and hygienic and will regularly clean both visible and hidden areas of the tiki bars and smoothie bar. It is your duty to ensure fridges are full, fruit is prepared and stock levels are checked so the Bar and Merch Manager can coordinate weekly shops/orders accordingly. You may be asked to supervise the pop-up shop and showcase the Star Surf Merchandise during your shifts.

 

Download Application

Good Vibes Assistant


Dates:

  • End of June – mid September 

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language 
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 21 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred, but not mandatory.

Key Characteristics:

  • Born leader, Public speaker, Positive attitude, Team-player
  • Sociable, High energy levels, Outgoing, Charismatic
  • Organised, Time-management, Flexible, Eye for detail
  • Accountable, Takes responsibility, Punctual, Proactive

Overview:

As the Good Vibes Assistant you are the life and soul of the camp. You bring energy, enthusiasm and smiles to everyone in your presence and effortlessly encourage guests and staff to participate in daytime activities and evening events. You are in a key customer-facing role and have one of the highest guest-to-staff interaction rates of all the team. You support the Good Vibes Manager in planning and coordinating events such as our wine & cheese night, promoting and guiding day trips to other cities, organising sports activities and beach-volleyball tournaments, collaborating with musicians for live performances and planning innovative workshops such as art classes and forest walks. In doing so you will bring people together and ensure that all individual groups and solo-travellers feel part of the Star Surf community. You will report to the Good Vibes Manager, liaise with musicians and barmen and work closely with the surf coordinator who will help with beach activities and run surf related workshops. 

 

Download Application

Musician


Dates:

  • A 3 week period from mid May – end of September 

Essentials:

  • Languages: English + 1 other language
  • EU drivers licence essential: No
  • Minimum age: 21 years
  • Vaccination status: Double-vaccinated with booster preferred.

Overview:

Our musicians tend to be a unique part of the Star Surf team, often adding something very special to the camp atmosphere and spirit. Your energy and enthusiasm touches our guests daily and leaves a lasting impression on every audience you play for (or with!). You are someone who thrives in a social environment and will enjoy the interaction and community vibe of camp.

 

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Good luck,
Everyone!
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Surf Instructors wanted

We are looking for surf instructors to join our surf teams in France and Spain in 2022. In order to work with us, you need a minimum ASI Level 1 Surfing Instructor, current surf rescue, current first aid certificates and able to speak basic French or Spanish to teach beginner and intermediate surfing sessions on beginner level surf beaches (1½ft or ½ metre) and intermediate level surf beaches (3ft or 1 metre).

What you get: Short-term employment contract (May to September/October) in either France or Spain, access to surf, food and accommodation in our surf camp, working with a fun, young and dynamic team and a summer by the sea!

Email us here for more info. We look forward to hearing from you!

Becoming a Surf instructor
in France

In order to legally work in France, you require prior approval from the Direction de la Jeunesse et des Sports, a French governmental body. Application closing date is March 2022. For a successful application, you need to submit the following paperwork before the deadline here:

— Surf Instructor Qualification – not older than one year; earliest expiry date is mid- October 2022
— Lifeguarding Certificate – must be up-to-date and valid for 2022
— CRB (Criminal Record Check) – must be up-to-date for 2022
— Medical Certificate – up-to-date for 2022; must show you’re capable of teaching surfing
— European Passport – copy of
— Proof of surf-related work experience in Europe – at least 8 months (full time) with valid certificate
— Proof of Ability to speak French – school certificate or similar. If unavailable, please be prepared to take a test

If your application is successful, you will be invited to a physical test of surfing, fitness and lifeguarding. Dates for 2022 have not been announced, but are generally between April and June around Southwest of France. Dates will be announced here.