➢ Pole dancing on stage ( topless only ), table dance, private-dance and hostess, ( talking and sitting at the table with club's costumers ).
➢ JOB for dancers with experience only.
➢ EARNINGS: ( 1euro = 8NOK )
Table dance : 5 min 200 NOK (€25) ( 400 NOK = €50) | Private dance 10 min 300 NOK (€37.5) (price 1000 NOK = €125) | Private dance 20 min 600 NOK (€75)(price 2000 NOK = €250) and 20 -25 % from drinks ( prices between NOK 200 and 12 000 )
➢ The Dancer can ask and get money in advance when she needs
➢ From 8.30pm - 03am, shifts are scheduled one week in advance.Open 6days a week.You got the right to take 2days off every week
➢ Huge earnings depends on each personal experience.
DANCE WEAR CODE:
➢ The Dancer will dress as per individual club instructions. Short dress when on stage ( show program ) and elegant, long dress for the rest of the time.
DANCERS SELECTION CRITERIA:
➢ Minimum 18 years old.Nice and neat appearance.Satisfying level of English.Good communication skills, self confidence.Beginners are welcome, the club is providing training.good self confidence.
➢ The club has a no tolerance policy to prostitution and illicit drugs, and the club management and agency will not be held responsible for any bad or illegal behaviour by THE ARTIST, whether it is during or outside club hours
LENGTH OF CONTRACT:
➢ Since a ARTIST will need some time to adjust to all aspects within the work environment, namely club system, management and clientele, it is advisable for a ARTIST to plan a minimum stay of 3 months, so as to maximize her earnings potential.
They also accept dancers for a minimum of one month.
WHEN CAN YOU START:
➢ Once you have applied on our website and you have been selected, we will be able to tell you when there are available positions and we will send you the contract. Working with the agency is legal and safe and FREE.
➢ Is provide by the CLUB and in apartments and is FREE
➢ Transport to the club is FREE
➢ The ARTIST will neede to pay for the ticket.
Working with the agency is legal and safe and FREE.
Oslo has been the capital since 1814, when Norway gained its independence from Denmark. The city is one of Europe's fastest-growing capitals, with annual population increases exceeding 2 per cent in recent years.
Many of Norway’s main businesses and educational institutions are based in Oslo, which is also home to important cultural institutions such as the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, the Norwegian Opera and Ballet and the National Theatre.