The main tasks are: - Give touristic information (we will train you about this!) - Promote and sell tours - Organise and cook nightly activities in the hostel (twice a week normally) - Help in reception with: Organise Check-Ins and Check-outs, show guests around the hostel and to their rooms, help guests store their stuff in the luggage storage and explain our activities and rules - Help other staff learn your language - HAVE FUN!
32 hours of help per week
Kitchen Hand: Help serving and organizing meals.
Social Media: Help to build and maintain social media channels engaging online users.
Reception: Help with check-ins, check-outs and attend to guests.
2 days off per week
Team Dorm: You're part of a team! Get to know them in your dormitory.
Breakfast: Get your free breakfast, the most important meal of the day.
Lunch: Free lunch is served y'all, get yours!
Cook your own meal: Feel free to prepare your own meal here
Free Laundry: There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.
Free Tours: Don’t miss a thing! Get free tours and explore.
Free Drinks: Drink up! Get free and tasty drinks for yourself.
Free Parties: Party on! Get free parties and party all night long.
Free Pub Crawls: Be ready to have fun! Get free pub crawl passes.
Intermediate Spanish and Intermediate English
Over 21 years old
Be from outside Chile
Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa
- A bed! (in a staff dorm shared with up to one other person)
- Commissions (paid at the end of the month)
- Buffet Breakfast (Fresh bread, fruit, real coffee, selection of teas, milk, cereals, eggs, butter, jam etc.)
- Lunch (A relatively healthy local meal cooked by the cleaning staff)
- Get to know Santiago (go on local tours courtesy of the hostel!)
- Get to know loads of people (and free entry and drinks in some local bars and clubs!)
- Free accommodation in hostels all over Chile
Up to 32 hours a week helping out in the biggest and coolest hostel in Santiago!
- The shifts are four hours each
- Maximum of two shifts a day
- Two/Three days off a week (when possible consecutive days)
- Turn up for your shift on time in a fit state to work
- Be extremely "Buena Onda"!