Employment

We are currently seeking applicants for Full- and Part-Time Hostel Managers:

Full-Time Hostel Manager

We are accepting applicants to begin immediately to help manage the hostel. You must be able to commit to a minimum of twelve months, with a preference for longer commitments. You must speak advanced Spanish and be fluent in English. If you speak multiple languages, this is even better!

You should have an interest in eco-tourism and have great people skills. You will be working a split shift with another manager, requiring a minimum 8 hour shift, 6 days per week. During busy season, there may be a need to work longer hours to keep up with demand. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and have no trouble communicating, reading, and writing in English and Spanish. We will give preference to applicants who have traveled extensively in Central America, understand hostel life, are comfortable living in the campo, and have management and/or hospitality experience. Surfers are encouraged to apply.

Your responsibilities will include day-to-day operations of running the hostel, including managing a 10-person staff, administrative duties, guest billing, guest relations, etc. You will be paid a monthly salary plus a share in the profits, and on-site room and board are provided.

Part-Time Hostel Manager

We are accepting applicants to begin immediately to help manage the hostel. You must be able to commit until the end of August. You must speak intermediate Spanish and be fluent in English. If you speak multiple languages, this is even better!

You should have great people skills. You will be working in the evenings from 6-9, helping serve dinner, and doing guest relations, including organizing tours with local tour operators, closing guest bills, and other activities. On some days, there may be a need to put in a few extra hours during the day. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and have no trouble communicating, reading, and writing in English and Spanish. We will give preference to applicants who have traveled extensively in Central America, understand hostel life, are comfortable living in the campo, and have hospitality experience. Surfers are encouraged to apply.

YYou will be paid a monthly salary, and on-site room and board are provided.