What's it like?
As an elf you are a guide, an entertainer, a magical creature as well as a representative of Lapland Safaris. Elves tell the customers all the important information to make their holiday an non-forgettable experience. Elves tell stories and know secrets about Father Christmas. They are everywhere: at the tobogganing hill, at reindeer farm and at Santa's cabin. They play snowball fight and make tricks. Elves make sure guests know where they're going, what they are supposed to do there and keep to the timetable. Elves guide their groups by bus to and from the airport, to activity venues and to safaris. Elves tell the customers all the important information to make their holiday an non-forgettable experience. Elf's work is very independent.
What to expect?
An elf is a jolly good people person who loves entertaining and enjoys being around children. An elf is able to throw himself into different situations and loves singing carols and playing games with kids. The elves have good group leadership skills. They know how to deal with cold temperatures and guests. As an elf there will be tricky situations and thus it is very important to be able to keep your self cool and improvise. Proficient skill of English language is required. Elf works during the Christmas time.
How does it work?
In the beginning every new elf gets an elf training. In the training you learn important elfing skills such as talking (and singing) to the microphone, guiding and customer service. Performance skills are essential to an elf as well as group leadership skills and local knowledge. First aid and the knowledge about cold protection are also really important above the Arctic circle. Elves work usually approx from the end of November until the beginning of January. The tasks of elf varies by destinations.
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