At Club Med, you do not apply for a position in a specific geographic location but for a profession. Our HR experts will decide which village you will work in, depending on your availability, your profile and, of course, our villages' requirements.
After having consulted the job profile you want to apply for, you can post your application on our website. For that, you need to complete our online form which includes 3 major sections: contact details, skills and additional information. Once this information has been completed, you can, if required, upload your CV and inform us of your motivations.
If the position you are interested in is not available at the moment, we invite you to register for our Job Alert. Whenever a vacancy arises, you will be immediately informed by email.
The pre-selection interview
If your application corresponds to the profile sought, our pre-selection centre will contact you for an initial telephone interview. During this interview, we will talk to you in detail about the position you have applied for and the work conditions. We will test your motivation and language level and will validate your technical skills through your professional experience.
The recruitment session
If the telephone interview is positive, we will invite you to take part in a recruitment session in the major city closest to your home. We will communicate the date, place and time of the interview as well as all necessary administrative documents (cv, application letter, photocopy of an identity paper, photocopies of diplomas and work certificates, extract n° of the "casier judiciaire" or criminal record file). A recruitment session lasts one day, and consists of two phases: collective presentation of the company in the morning and individual interview with a recruitment manager in the afternoon. In some specific cases, we could propose an interview via webcam.
The recruitment result
Following this recruitment session, you will receive our reply: positive or negative. If the answer is positive, we will confirm by email that you have successfully passed the interview and a Human Resources Manager will contact you to give you all the information relating to your contract (departure date, village, contract length, social security status, etc.). The contract will be signed on-site, when you arrive at the village. If the answer is negative, remember that you may apply again a few months later if you want (more experience or maturity could make all the difference)