We’re a new party hostel in Lisbon, looking for outgoing, fun people to join our team and provide great service to our guests. Join us!
Volunteer in Lisbon, Portugal – requirements & tasks
Join Lisbon’s newest party hostel and help us build the concept and become the best party hostel around.
The volunteers will help with the day to day operations including reception, bar and cleaning to ensure our guests have a memorable stay with us.
Our volunteers will help us with the following tasks:
- Reception – check-in, check-out, guest communications (answering the phone, emails and whatsapp), reservations management, collecting payments
- Bar – pouring beers, general cleaning
- Party Promoter – entertaining the guests, playing games and making them feel at home
Volunteers will work 4 shifts per week. Either AM shift (9am to 5pm) or PM shift (5pm to 1am).
Volunteer in Lisbon, Portugal – what we offer
The volunteers sleep in a shared room just for the volunteers with maximum 7 persons in the room.
They have access to all the facilities of the hostel including the kitchen to prepare their own meals, laundry machines, and common areas to chill out in.
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