They are looking for 90 people to work for a month at the Iconic Fest Sevilla

Seville is once again the scene of one of the most important events on the national music scene: Iconic Seville Fest, which celebrates its second edition. Between September 15 and October 16, the Plaza de España, in the city of Seville, will host a new edition of this festival through which important artists of national and international stature will pass, such as Miguel Poveda, Patti Smith, Becky G, Ludovico Einaudi a C Tangana.

An event that represents an injection of visitors to the Andalusian capital, a clear commitment to culture and generation of hundreds of jobs. And in this context, Adecco (leader in people management and as the festival’s Human Resources provider), through its Adecco Hospitality delegation in Seville, seeks incorporate 90 people to work at Iconic Seville Fest.

This is a great opportunity for anyone passionate about music and entertainment who seeks “to work in an exceptional environment in one of the most important cultural events in the Andalusian capital,” says Adecco in a press release.

From Adecco they will select different profiles to join the festival between September 15 and October 15: access controllers with/without PDA, informants, ushers, VIP service, waiters and ticket clerks.

It will be essential that the candidates have skills such as sociability, resolution capacity and excellent customer service, Knowledge of languages ​​is highly valued.

In some positions, specific skills will also be valued, for example, in the case of VIP service personnel, knowledge of notions of protocolor for box office operators, previous experience in cash control and/or box office management or retail sales.

Also, 1 in 10 workers that join Icónica Sevilla Fest, of which ABC is the official media, will do so through the Adecco Foundationgiving opportunities to people at risk of exclusion, the long-term unemployed over 45, people with a disability certificate and unemployed candidates from the Sevilla Integra program, which the Adecco Foundation carries out with the Seville City Council.

Those interested can send their application to the following email address: [email protected]


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