Bar Jobs Abroad

Want to learn more about how to apply for bar jobs abroad? Our guide will give you all the information you need including salaries, working hours, what to expect and how to apply.

What is the role of a Bartender?

Working in a bar can be a fun and exciting way to make some money while traveling the world. You'll need to have a good knowledge of the local beer, wine and spirits. Depending where you work, you may also need to make cocktails. You'll also need to be able to deal with drunk customers, late nights, and early mornings. And, of course, you'll need to be able to work as part of a team.

How much do bar staff get paid?

In most cases, bar staff are paid a flat hourly wage, though in some cases they may also receive tips. The wage varies depending on the bar, but is typically somewhere between £10 and £15 per hour. It is not typically a very high-paying job, but the working holiday experience is worth every minute of hard work.

Do I need qualifications or experience to become a bartender abroad?

When it comes to becoming a bartender, many people might think that you need qualifications or experience to do so. However, this is not always the case. For instance, if you are looking to become a bartender in Spain, Cyprus or Greece, you likely won't need any qualifications or experience as these regions are generally more relaxed about who can pour drinks behind the bar.

How do I become a Bartender?

If you want to apply for bar roles abroad, Summer Takeover provide working holiday packages to:
Ibiza, Magaluf, Ayia Napa, Zante, Kavos, Malia, Tenerife, Benidorm, Marbella, Sunny Beach

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