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Job offer:

Self-employed masseur (m/f/d) wanted for our wellness area!

from now until the end of October

A fresh breeze at work? Pure nature and the sea in front of your eyes? Do you want a real North Sea feeling? Then you've come to the right place!

The Nordseecamping zum Seehund is picturesquely situated on the North Sea coast and offers its guests a relaxing stay as well as an exclusive wellness area. To strengthen our team, we are looking for a committed and qualified masseur (m/f/d) on a freelance basis with immediate effect.

Your tasks:

  • Performing various massage techniques to relax and regenerate our guests

  • Advising guests on suitable massage treatments

  • Ensuring a pleasant and professional atmosphere in the massage room

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Your profile:

Completed training as a masseur or physiotherapist

Sound knowledge of various massage techniques
Independent and responsible way of working
Friendly and professional demeanor
Good communication skills and customer orientation

We offer:

A fully equipped massage room on site
Independent working method with flexible scheduling
Billing and appointments directly with the guests, organized by the service provider
A friendly and relaxed working environment in a popular vacation area

Work where others love to spend their holidays – on one of the best campsites in Germany, right by the sea. Look forward to professional workplaces, cosy staff rooms and beautiful surroundings!

 

Just your thing? Then we should get to know each other!

Please send your compact application by email or post to the address given.

 

We are looking forward to meeting you!

 

Your team from Nordseecamping zum Seehund

We look forward to your detailed application:

Nordseecamping
Mr. Matthias Koerber
Lundenbergweg 4
25813 Simonsberg

bewerbung@nordseecamping.de

Would you like to find out more about our working conditions?

 

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