➢ Lap dance and showers show.
➢ Fix salary 35euro/day.
➢ Lap Dance 20euro.
➢ Lap dance club take 10euro
➢ Lap Dance Half 50euro
➢ Lap Dance club take 25euro
➢ Full Dance club take 50euro
➢ Cocktails price:(artist get how many 1euro) ➢ Champagne of 70euro:(artist get 7.50euro)
➢ Total number of working Nights: 5 or 6 nights a week.
➢ Begin of shift, time: 22:00pm
➢ The Artist must to be at work at 21:30pm
➢ End of shift, time: club closing time can be 04:00am can be 06:00am
➢ Days off: 1 or 2 nights.
➢ Wages day every Monday night.
➢ Depend on each experience, minimum 4000euro/month.
DANCE WEAR CODE:
➢ Dress code for club: casual.
DANCERS SELECTION CRITERIA:
-Minimum level of English, French or German
-Communicative, serious minded and ambitious
-Only girls from EU with EU pasport
➢ 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:
➢ Minimum contract duration: one to two months.
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 club don't offer accommodation but they help to find: apartments cost around 650euro-700euro/months but Artist will pay just 10euro-12euro/day for the accommodation.
➢ The artist must to pay the transport. The Club will take you from airport to the club.
➢ St Julianís is a bustling town on Maltaís eastern coast. Itís a small place that comes with 4 different areas Ė all within a few minutesí walk of each other. That means you can enjoy authentic Maltese cooking at a waterfront restaurant in Spinola Bay, then move across to Paceville for the busiest night life on the island. There are shops across the board, plus a little beach with a rare patch of sand.
➢ Malta isnít known for its sandy beaches, so itís a bit of a bonus that youíve got a small, Blue Flag patch at St Georgeís Bay, 10-minutesí walk from Spinola Bay. Itís a hit with students, who come here from the local language schools, so it gets pretty packed. The locals tend to sunbathe on smooth rocks along the town, where they can climb down into the water. And around and about there are also a couple of busy lidos that for a small fee get you a swimming pool with sun loungers.
➢ Maltaís capital, Valletta, is just 20 minutesí drive down the coast. Itís certainly earned its UNESCO status, what with the magnificent Grand Masterís Palace, now partly an armoury museum, and the 16th-century cathedral Ė its high-vaulted ceiling covers a mosaic-tiled floor that looks like rows of giant playing cards. As for spectacular views, look out from the Upper Barrakka Garden and youíll get them right across town to the Medieval harbour.