Living and Working in Spain

Seasonal jobs in Spain:

Spain offers many jobs in it’s summer tourist industry. The Canary Islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria, The Balaric Islands Of Menorca, Majorca and Ibiza aswell as the the Costa del Sol, and the Costa Blanca are all good places to looking for hospitality work. Opportunities range from chefs, bar staff, kitchen assistants, holiday reps, DJs and ticket sellers and promotional staff.

Several British and European camping companies operate throughout France and jobs can be found in the summer working in campsites.

Au Pairs usually need some childcare experience but won’t always need to be able to speak fluent Spanish. Au pairs live with host families, looking after the children and perform basic domestic duties such as cleaning. Wages are often low but food and accommodation is usually included.

Spain’s agricultural produce includes oranges, olives, grapes and strawberries. Andalucia is a large region with opportunities for fruit picking. Some farmers may pay you depending on how much fruit you can collect, how much it is worth at market or how long it takes you so the wages won’t always be decent.

Smaller Earth Live and work abroad in Spain. Becoming an Au Pair in Spain is the perfect way to make new friends, learn or improve your Spanish language skills and experience the culture as a local.

Voluntary Job Opportunities In Spain Include immigration issues, the environment, poverty and women’s rights.

Traveltowork Can Assist With Setting Up A Bank Account In Spain Before You Leave Home.

Spain Visa Information: If you intend to visit Spain, on holiday, a business trip, to study, work, volunteer or as an emigrant you should get up to date and accurate information from the official website of the Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Spain.

For up to date information on visa requirements, you can also check with the Embassy or Consulate of Spain before you travel.

More information about Spain:

Working Holiday Visas

Voluntary work