20 Mar 2020 until 31 Oct 2020
Discussed at interview
Wet Suits, Boots, Hat and Gloves
Strandhill Surf School is one of Irelandʼs leading surf schools. We work with school groups, universities, sports organisations, tourists and recreational surfers. The summer period of June, July, August and September is our peak season where we run daily lessons, summer camps for children and other summer contracts. Each lesson takes three hours from start to ﬁnish, two of these are on the beach. There is an opportunity to do three to four lessons daily during the peak which are run back to back. An instructorʼs responsibility is to be able to conduct an International Surﬁng Association standard lesson. A big part of the job is lifeguarding which is of primary importance. A key part of the job is creating a positive and encouraging environment. Thereʼs a lot of fun to be had although safety is paramount. Cleaning and responsibility for the gear is also required.
Having level 1 surf coaching and beach lifeguard qualiﬁcations is a bonus, however it is not essential as they may be obtained in March and April if successful, through training and induction in Ireland with the head instructor.
Working Days: Negotiable
Accomodation: Can be organised
The links below contain all the information you need to know regarding visas, qualiﬁcations and other relevant information you will require. Please use these links to obtain this information. For any other information email me : email@example.com
Irish working holiday information:
Application document for work permit:
Irish surf qualiﬁcations: (You can do this when you get there)
New Zealand surfing association:
Police criminal record check:
Strandhill Surf School: