The 2015 DC Site Services Event and Festival Calendar is now live!

Posted on Wednesday, March 11, 2015

2015 DC Site Services Event Calendar - DC Site Services event staff in a briefing at the Glastonbury Festival

We're pleased to announce that the 2015 DC Site Services Event and Festival Calendar is now live!

Please log into your DCSS PAAM account or visit the Event Calendar on the website to see the events and festivals that DC Site Services will be working with this year and which you can apply for now!

For our regulars you'll be happy to know we'll again be working with the Glastonbury Festival, Latitude Festival, Reading Festival and Leeds Festival!

As usual the Event Calendar in its current form is just a start, we'll be adding new events and festivals to the calendar as the season progresses and contracts are confirmed.

One of the updates to DCSS PAAM for 2015 is a new application approval procedure; following an application your profile will now be checked for any missing details before jobs at events are offered. If any info is missing we'll contact you to let you know but please do double check your profile to avoid any unnecessary delays!

We've also made a change to our deposit returns process for 2015, if it has been more than a month since last working with us your deposit will be returned in the next monthly pay run (at the end of each month). For example if the last event you worked at with DC Site Services was in June and you have not made any applications for further events, your deposit will automatically be returned to you by bank transfer at the end of July (minus a £5 booking fee). Please see our Terms and Conditions for further details.

If you have any questions about applying to work with DC Site Services at events and festivals in 2015 please contact us!

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Thanks to Sam and the team, who did a great job this year, the land owners are very happy and the site was cleanest it has ever been during the event, a combination of your team and the green goblets.

Mark Gardiner, Production Manager
2000 Trees