Club 18-30 Reps

Club 18-30

Around since 1965, Club 18-30 can truly claim to have pioneered clubbing holidays, and 45 years later, they’re still going strong, taking 100,000 people every year to the worlds best clubbing destinations. The clubbing hot spots have changed over the years, and new scenes emerging in Gumbet, Turkey and Sunny Beach, Bulgaria sit alongside the classic resorts of San Antonio, Ayia Napa and Magaluf in what is a bigger than ever offering. New for 2011 are all inclusive hotels, the TwiceasNice hotels in Malia and Napa and the first ever beach club, which offers visitors to the Quayside Village in Kavos, free sports and gym for their holiday.

As well as offering amazingly cheap holidays, Club 18-30 has a unique selling point that many have tried and failed to copy in the past; the iconic Club 18-30 reps, who work tirelessly from dawn to dusk to ensure that their guests are smiling and that the sun is shining. With the best guest to rep ratio in travel, the reps don’t just lead the fun on nights out but have a grueling schedule of airport runs, organisation and very late nights. It’s no wonder you’ll see them letting their hair down in epic style at The Big Reunions in November!

We caught up with 3 of the best, to get a brief look at what the life of a Club 18-30 rep involves. If you think that you have what it takes to be outgoing, positive, organised and most of all fun for the 5 months of summer keep an eye on the Club 18-30 recruitment page, where opportunities to join the 150+ army of reps are advertised.

Name? Rachel King

How old? 23

Where from? Anna Valley, Hampshire

What made you apply for Club 18-30? I worked in Zante for 3 years behind a bar, I got to know some of the Club 18-30 staff and decided to make working abroad more of a career!

What skills do you need to become a Club 18-30 Rep? Patience, a good sense of humour, stamina and a positive mental attitude!

If you’ve been a rep before, what are your best memories? had an amazing night at one of the silent discos last year where all of the guests from my hotel were out and they were lifting me up, chanting, it was just an amazing atmosphere!

What is your typical day as a Club 18-30 rep? Well I do duty hour first thing to sort out any issues and answer any questions guests may have, then I just check in with all my guests, normally around the pool to make sure everyone’s ok and hear all the stories from the night before!! If its an arrival day then I have to do welcome meetings/airport and then out to party on the night time! It really is none stop and every day is different.

Name? Jack Krelle

Where from? Croydon

How old? 21

What made you apply to work for Club 18-30? To get away, meet loads of new people and work for the best company ever!

What skills do you need to become a Club 18-30 rep? You need to be confident, enthusiastic, lively and charming – like me!

If you have been a rep before, what are your best memories? Always love the Boat Party – getting all the guests partying on the boat, games on the beach, water sports and a cheeky swim.

What is your typical day as a Club 18-30 rep? Long! Get to the hotel for duty hours, round the pool with the guests getting the atmosphere going, sorting out any problems and making sure all my guests are happy, make sure everyone’s coming out to party on the events with us then take them out for a night to remember!

Name? Kate Moody

How old? 19

Where from? Beckenham, Kent

What made you apply to work for Club 18-30? I’d been studying travel and tourism at college and decided I wanted to put what I’d been learning into practice and Club 18-30 was the obvious choice to want to work for.

What skills do you need to become a Club 18-30 Rep? I think the most important skill is you need to be very organised, be able to talk to new people and be a hard worker!

If you have been a rep before, what are your best memories? This is my first year as a rep

What is your typical day as a Club 18-30 rep? Every single day is different which is the best thing about this job! I normally spend my mornings going round and checking everybody is ok, then I do pool entertainment in the afternoon and then at night time I take my guests out on our events. In Kos we also go to the airport once a week to bring in the new arrivals.

Club 18-30 2011 holidays start from £215pp for 7 nights (prices include flights, accommodation and transfers)

 



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