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How to land a job working at Butlin's in Skegness for 2018

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Do you like to be beside the seaside?
Plenty of us Derbyshire folk do – and we generally head to Skegness to do it.
Now one of the Lincolnshire coast’s biggest and best resorts, the iconic Butlin’s holiday camp, is offering the chance to spend 2018 working there.
There’s chances to be a lifeguard, do accommodation work, or fill a vacancy in retail, stage crew, bars and catering.
The site will be holding a recruitment day on Wednesday, January 17, to showcase the roles.
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Resort director Chris Baron told Lincolnshire Live : “We’ve got quite a few opportunities for people to start their career with Butlin’s.
“It’s not seasonal. We want people who want a career. We have nearly 900 people employed now [in January].
“People may see it as winter but we’ve got 3,500 brownies arriving this week.
“It’s busy all year round now.”
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The jobs fair will take place between 10am and 3pm.
There is live-in accommodation available with some of the roles for 18-year-olds and over if relocating to the area and working full time.
On the event’s Facebook page, it states: “Every year we deliver something really special for every family who holidays with us.

“That’s why we have amazing opportunities for people who like people to help us delight our guests. If you want a challenge, we’ve got buckets full.
“Come and have a look at the variety of roles we have on resort, you might be surprised at the extent of the opportunities we have and you can even have a go at some fun activities.
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“If you like what you see, you will be able to apply for a career at Butlin’s and have an interview on the day. We are happy to train and develop the right individuals.”
Hopefuls are asked to bring along two copies of their CV to make the application process quicker on the day.
There is no need to register before the day. If you have any questions, email skegnessbutlinsrecruitment@bourne-leisure.co.uk
Source: Derby Telegraph