➢ Fix salary 60€/day 4says/week and 2days on commission.
➢ 25% from commission.
➢ 50% from Dollar.
➢ 40€ from private dance.
➢ 7days/week 21:00-05:00
➢ Depend on every Artist experience.
DANCE WEAR CODE:
➢ The ARTIST will dress and will follow instructions given by the manager of the club. Must be dressed with a sexy outfit to provide a professional atmosphere. Short, cocktail, evening, long dresses.
DANCERS SELECTION CRITERIA:
-Minimum 18 years old
-Minimum level of English, French or German
-Communicative, serious minded and ambitious
➢ 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:
➢ Long or short contract.
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.
➢ The accommodation is free above the Club, free internet, 2 girls in the same room.
➢ Transport is supported by Artist.
➢ Osnabrück is a city in the federal state of Lower-Saxony in north-west Germany. It is situated in a valley penned between the Wiehen Hills and the northern tip of the Teutoburg Forest. With a population of around 160,000, Osnabrück is the fourth-largest city in Lower Saxony. The city is the centrepoint of the Osnabrück Land region as well as the District of Osnabrück.
➢ The founding of Osnabrück was linked to its positioning on important European trading routes. Charles the Great founded the Diocese of Osnabrück in 780. The city was also a member of the Hanseatic League. Later Osnabrück became well known for its role in the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 which brought the Thirty Years’ War to an end; the treaty was signed both there and in nearby Münster. The Battle of the Teutoburg Forest took place in the region surrounding Osnabrück. The city is also known as the birthplace of novelist Erich-Maria Remarque (“All Quiet on the Western Front”) and painter Felix Nussbaum.