Undercover correspondent at the hotel or campsite
Your skill with a camera is as important as your powers of observation to impart the day-to-day of the establishment. The most enjoyable part of being an undercover reporter in the entertainment team is that you can generate your own news: organise a lipdub, a flashmob, put together a group of guests who are up for the ice bucket challenge, or... who knows what the next craze will be?
Some of the things you'll be doing
- Create and edit videos and photos for social networks: interviews with hotel guests and staff; families and children doing activities; and whatever occurs to you!
- Be in direct contact with the hotel management
- Give free rein to your imagination and design posters for the shows and activities.
- Put on some giant shoes and dance the minidisco with the kids, dressed up as clown
- Listen to and chat with the guests