Sunny Beach

Everything you need to know about working in Sunny Beach summer 2021.

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What to expect in Sunny Beach

Sunny Beach's reputation could certainly overtake both Kavos and Magaluf as Europe's most explosive party paradise.

A purpose built resort that sprawls along the sizzling coast of Bulgaria, Sunny Beach hosts thousands of tourists each summer, there to experience the party atmosphere and cheap prices. It's even been ranked as the best value holiday destination by Post Office Travel Money - time to order that extra round!

As such a bustling tourist destination, it’s not hard to find jobs in Sunny Beach. The atmosphere is buzzing and it’s one of our most popular destinations to spend a working holiday.

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and with your safety and enjoyment at the forefront of everything we do, we've opened up applications to work abroad summer 2021. Click here to apply now!


WHAT IS SUMMER TAKEOVER?

Summer Takeover is a working holiday company who specialise in giving young people the summer of a lifetime. Our aim is to facilitate working holidays and take the legwork out of it, so our guests can just focus on having a good time.


HOW CAN SUMMER TAKEOVER HELP YOU?

Summer Takeover can help you to find jobs in Sunny Beach, as we know all the best bar owners and events companies there. With our connections, you’ll be able to find the perfect job and you can spend your summer living the dream.

What type of people get jobs in Sunny Beach?

If you’re always up for a party and have the stamina to go all summer, then working in Sunny Beach is the right choice for you. There are so many bar crawls to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice. The party truly never ends here.

If you’re not the biggest personality, don’t worry. Loads of our working holiday guests come by themselves and it’s so easy to make friends when you’re all in it together. Our Facebook group and social network, SummerSphere, allow you to get chatting to all of our guests before you head out to work in Sunny Beach.

What type of jobs are available in Sunny Beach?

Most jobs in Sunny Beach will revolve around the nightlife, such as bar work, restaurant work, ticket selling and working for some of the biggest events companies in Bulgaria. If you’re a natural performer, you’ll be right at home guiding the bar crawls. Confident and energetic people will excel - not only will you be herding plenty of tipsy tourists, you’ll be providing entertainment and joining in on the fun along the way.


When is the best time to go to ?

The season in Sunny Beach runs from May to September. Most of our working holiday guests find that a month here just isn’t long enough. We recommend committing to two months working in Sunny Beach initially, so you can experience as much of the season as possible, then you can always stay on longer if you want.

We recommend going out a bit before the season starts so you can get used to your surroundings before the streets are filled with tourists and partiers.


DO YOU NEED A VISA TO WORK IN Sunny Beach?

If you’re from a country that is within the EU, you won’t need a visa to work in Sunny Beach. If you’re from a country outside of the EU you might need a visa. But don’t worry, they’re easy to apply for online.

What are the wages like in Sunny Beach?

The wages in Sunny Beach are generous, and this will go far as the cost of living is minimal. You’ll find that food and drink in general are pretty cheap, and if you’re doing bar work or running the bar crawls, you’ll get good deals on drinks.

More money can be found in the commission based roles like ticket selling or shot selling. If you can talk a big game and sell a lot, you’ll find that you’re never short of money.


How many hours a day will I be working in Sunny Beach?

Hours and shifts for jobs in Sunny Beach will vary depending on your job of choice. Ticket sellers can expect to be out enhancing their tan on the job, whilst bar work will obviously start later. The average shift is between 4-6 hours, this leaves you with plenty of free time to visit the waterpark, lounge by the beach, or even try the local paintball track!

As the pay is so good and the shifts are so short, most of our Summer Takeover crew work every day to maximise their earnings. See our jobs tab for more information. Work hard, play harder...

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How do I find jobs in Sunny Beach?

Finding jobs in Sunny Beach is easy with Summer Takeover. Our team of dedicated reps will help you to find your dream job for the summer.

Not only can they provide detailed information about all the bars, clubs, restaurants and events that are recruiting staff, they’ll make sure you know when recruitment days are on and will get trial shifts setup on your behalf. All you have to do is show up, and put in a good shift! This is our first year in Sunny Beach - and our reputation with employers has preceded us. Your dream job is waiting...


What happens when I arrive in Sunny Beach?

Our reps will meet you at the hotel to get you all settled in to work in Sunny Beach. This is when the party begins - treat this first week as the holiday part of your working abroad experience. Between welcome meetings, Summer Takeover bar crawls, epic parties and sightseeing you won’t have a spare moment!

You can get to know your fellow guests in your first week in true Summer Takeover style. You’ll explore the resort together, picking your favourite new bars and clubs. Between a Blue Moon Beach Party, The Original Bar Crawl and a Sundown Boat Party we’ll help you suss out your favourite spots, and when you’re ready to shake the hangover there’s plenty of beautiful scenery to explore.

At the end of the week, you’ll start your job trials. Our reps will find your perfect job pretty fast and you should be celebrating an offer that night. Now to start your amazing summer working holiday in Sunny Beach.


What happens after my first month with Summer Takeover?

After the initial 28 days you’ll have the option to extend your stay in our accommodation at a discounted rate, or our devoted reps can assist in finding alternative accommodation if you’d prefer.

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