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7 Tips That Help You When Searching For A Diving Job

Discussion in 'Help Wanted' started by katarina9348, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. katarina9348

    katarina9348 Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Europe
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    Have you ever found a diving job offer and wanted to make a small research before moving your life around across the globe?

    Dive Bite offers a platform for exchanging helpful information directly related to working in the diving industry.
    Simply go to www.divebite.com and create an account. Find a dive centre via list of dive centres or interactive map. And write a review.

    Here is a short list that can make your life much easier or help others.


    1. Rate a dive center you have worked for - what is the general vibe of the dive centre you have worked for? How professional is it? What are the teaching conditions? Do they use a boat? Do they maintain their rental equipment ? Most importantly, how is the salary?

    2. Describe your working experience
    - go a little bit into detail and tell your story now. How many dives a day did you do? Was the atmosphere relaxed? How was the team spirit? Does safety comes first? Share it with others who might take your position in the future.

    3. Accommodation Tips
    - when you are new the area and you want to find a place you can call home, often you drive miles and miles, visit different places before you settle. Now you can get an idea where to look, and get a fine spot according to your budget. Take an advice from those who know better.

    4. Transport Options -
    is there any public transport available, should you rent a scooter or better buy one? What is approachable by walking?

    5. Cuisine/Cooking
    - sure there is a magic of going around and exploring the local cuisine. And the truth also is that many people have many different tastes, but the general overview always helps.

    6. Free Time
    - on the days you do not work and you want to stay away from the water, what are your options? What to do in your free time? Football, Volley, Yoga, Cards, Book Shop......you name it.

    7. Visa Requirements
    - what do you need to be aware of when working in particular country, how to obtain a working permit? What types of visa should you get?

    It is all Anonymus -
    do not worry, your personal information is not connected to your review, not even your user name will appear.

    Tell us your story. It's for FREE.


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