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NLand Surf Park Hiring for 2017 Season | No Surf Experience Required

Do you want to work at North America’s first Wavegarden powered surf park?

If so, now is your chance! NLand Surf Park recently announced they’re hiring for the 2017 season. Read more below:

NLand Surf Park Hiring for 2017 Season | Mini Barrel | Surf Park Central

This could be you during your free NLand staff sessions… Photo: NLand Surf Park

The NLand Surf Park team is hard at work getting ready for the upcoming year. That means recruiting season has begun and we want you to be the first to know!

NLand will be training new surf guide recruits February 17-21 at an off-site facility in Austin. If you or someone you know loves the water and is a swimmer, wakeboarder, water polo player, diver, SUP paddler, rower, lifeguard or, of course, surfer, please apply ASAP. Note: no surfing experience required, but you’ll be a natural on a board by the end of the season.

NLand Surf Park Hiring for 2017 Season | Surf Park Central

NLand’s staff staying stoked. Photo: NLand Surf Park

In addition to NLand’s surf guide opportunities, they have positions for surf coaches, guest ambassadors, plus cashiers and cooks in their scratch kitchen, Blue Prairie. Benefits include free surfing, competitive salaries, career opportunities, great teammates, RVCA uniforms, and the chance to work in Paradise Found. Click here to view NLand Surf Park’s current job openings and to apply now.

 

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