We are in our 8th year of running a surf school in lovely Goa, India and are situated 30 meters from the beach. Our team is from all over the world and our compound has a couple of rooms which we rent out, a large open space for events and a cafe.
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We are situated in a village in north Goa but are only a few miles from the town of Arambol which has been a mecca for travelers since the 60's . The place is full of interesting characters of all ages from all over the world. In addition, many of our customers are Indian coming to Goa for a holiday so it is a great situation to connect with people from all over the country. Goa has a rich cultural heritage which includes 500 years of Portuguese influence so there are many interesting temples, churches and historical buildings to visit.
We are calling surf instructors to help teach and get involved at our surf school. We prefer those who can commit to 2-3 months work but are open to other arrangements.
We'd rather have certified instructors but will also consider surfers who have experience teaching and sharing the joy of surfing. Those with lifeguard/saver qualifications will be given preference.
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We have a couple of rooms for our workers. If you are a couple we can offer you your own bedroom with attached bath. If you are a single then we have a room with a bunkbed and attached bathroom. We do not provide food but there are cheap restaurants all around us where you can buy meals.
Most of the work will be in the mornings so the afternoons and evenings will be your own. We are at the quiet end of Arambol beach which has a big community of travelers and is basically a 5 month long festival. Walking up the beach in the morning or evening, you'll pass people engaged in almost every physical and spiritual practice you can imagine. Yoga, Tai Chi, Juggling, Acrobatics, Meditations and all forms of goofing off, this beach has it all. You can walk to most things you'll need but the best way to get around is on a motor scooter and there are many lovely villages, rivers and beaches to visit. Travelling further east you can visit the Western Ghats which has tiger reserves. The capital of Goa, Panjim, has many buildings from the Portuguese era. There is plenty of nightlife in Goa with hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs to visit.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
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3 hours a day 5 days a week