Oceanographic Museum seeking summer staff

The Oceanographic Museum is recruiting for seasonal and temporary positions to cover the summer and school holiday periods, giving interested people the chance to learn the inner workings of this important Monaco institution.

The Oceanographic Institute is looking to take on 22 temporary and seasonal employees starting in April to cover shifts at the museum’s reception, the entertainment shop and as cashiers.

The length of employment will run between two and seven months on fixed-term contracts and managers will be meeting with candidates for individual interviews on the designated recruitment day, 6th April, from 10am to 5pm. Interviews are scheduled to last roughly 20 minutes per candidate.

These face-to-face meetings will give those interested in working for the Oceanographic Museum a chance to better understand the mission of the organisation as well as to get a feel for the working environment.

The positions available are for six year-round entertainment activities contractors, three seasonal entertainment activities contractors for the months of July, August and September, five shop salespeople, with four needed in July and August and one for seven months starting in April, four cashiers, with one required for June, July and August, two for July and August and one from 1st April to 1st August and four receptionists, with three being needed for July and August and one from 1st June to the end of August.

Additionally, they will be hiring temporary workers throughout the year for weekends and school holidays. 

Candidates must provide a CV and a cover letter and must speak both English and French. Online registration to be considered for any position is required through the link on https://www.oceano.org/journee-de-recrutement-2022/



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