Working for Club Europe

Concert Tour Managers

Club Europe Holidays employs Tour Managers on an ad-hoc basis, accompanying school and youth ensembles on tour in Europe.

Concert tours run all year with the busiest periods being during the spring and summer seasons, making these positions ideal for students and teachers wishing to work during holiday periods.

A Tour Manager’s duties include reconfirming concert arrangements and liaising with local venue organisers, booking any excursions required by the client in resort, carrying out on-the-spot publicity for concerts, interpreting and communicating the client’s needs at the accommodation and meal times. Discussing any changes to the itinerary with the coach driver(s) and accompanying the group on all concerts and excursions.

To be a tour manager with us, Ideally, you will:

  • Be fluent in one or more European language(s)*
  • Play a musical instrument or sing and/or have experience of performing with an ensemble
  • Have a good knowledge of one or more regions/countries to which we tour (please see our website for destinations)
  • Be able to communicate effectively with both adults and young people
  • Be organised and proactive

* We do also need Tour Managers who do not speak another language for our Belgian/Dutch tours, so if you fit the other criteria, please do apply.

Ski Representatives

We employ students on an ad-hoc basis to look after English school groups visiting Austria, Italy, France and Spain for their ski holiday. Most of our tours run at February half term and at Easter.

Proficiency in German, Italian, French or Spanish, as well as English, is essential. Reasonable skiing ability is also necessary, as is the ability to deal with children and handle emergency situations. You should be friendly, outgoing and highly organized.

Ski reps are in charge of sorting out check in/check out at the house/hotel and ski equipment hire. You will also arrange evening entertainments and excursions, as required. Your tasks involve using your language skills to liaise with our local suppliers (e.g. hoteliers, ski hire, ski schools). On a general basis the role of reps is to help sort out any problems that may arise to guarantee the smooth running of the tour.

You will be on call for the group at all times throughout their stay. However, you will have free ski time once the students are in ski school. In addition to your wage, you will receive free accommodation, free ski equipment hire and a six-day ski lift pass.

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Trip rating

"The quality of reps as well as the rest of the Club Europe team has been a big factor in us returning with Club Europe as it gives us a lot of confidence and reassurance in resort. Our ski trip was fantastic as always, great skiing, great experiences."

Peter Loader, The Priory School, Surrey

"An amazing music tour made so much easier with the help of the staff at Club Europe. A huge thank you to everyone for helping to make the tour such a success. Worth every penny!"

Sue Waddington, Music teacher, Tonbridge Wells Girls Grammar School, Kent

"There were lots of educational benefits of our school trip including experiencing a different culture, speaking the language and learning about history."

Cecile Jones, Teacher of French, Trinity C.E. High School, South Manchester

"Everyone had a great time, including the staff. Atalanta coaches and staff were friendly and fun. We enjoyed the games and activities."

Darren Horsman, Football Coach, Buckswood Junior football Academy, East Sussex

"Club Europe always go the extra mile to ensure our needs are met. They have continued to provide us with a good, varied tour programme demonstrating excellent customer service."

James Williams, Llandovery College, Carmarthenshire