Shot Selling Jobs Abroad

Want to learn more about how to apply for Shot Seller 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 Shot Seller?

A shot seller is a person who sells alcoholic shots in a bar or pub. They work closely with the bar staff to refill their trays, ready to serve drinks to customers. The job also involves chatting to customers to keep them in the bar longer and to handle money and give them change.

How much do Shot Sellers get paid?

The salary of a shot seller tends to be on a commison basis, allthough some of the busy bars may also offer a set wage. The money you make can fluctuate trough the season, with busy months allowing you to earn more then during the quieter periods. This can help you to budget for the whole season.

Do I need qualifications or experience to become a Shot Seller abroad?

You don't need previous experience, but it can be good if you have worked in a bar before incase you need to step in for the bar staff in an emergency. Previous sales experience can also be useful. Basic maths is a must for handling the money, and great customer service skills is essential. An employer is looking for confidence and a a positive attitude.

How do I become a Shot Seller?

If you want to apply for Shot Selling 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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