London Event Work and Summer 2015 Music Festival Jobs!

Posted on Thursday, May 14, 2015

DC Site Services logo over Glastonbury Festival view from the farm photo

A big thank you to everyone who worked with us last weekend at the Oxford College Balls and to all of our event staff currently working with us at Windsor Horse Show and Endurance. You've been doing a fantastic job and we'd like to send a particular thank you out to those who joined us at the eleventh hour!

Looking forward we have a whole host of event and festival jobs on our 2015 event calendar that you can apply for if you're interested in joining us this season. If you're London based or can easily travel in for work we'd recommend you apply for Taste of London! Based in Regent's Park Taste of London is the world's largest food festival and an event not to be missed, especially if you're a foodie!

If Greenfield events are more your thing then we still have jobs available at the Wild Life Festival, the Found Festival, Eroica Britannia and of course Glastonbury Festival! Yep that's right, we pay you to come to Glastonbury Festival! No brainer eh?

If you'd like to apply for one of our 2015 event jobs you can do this quickly and easily online using DCSS PAAM. If you've not worked with us before and you're not sure about doing it alone, why not ask a friend to apply with you so you can enjoy the festival together?

If you'd like to work at Eroica Britannia or Glastonbury Festival and would like further info before applying please don't hesitate to get in touch!

As always please keep an eye on our event calendar for new event and festival jobs!

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DC Site Services were appointed to manage the running of the public car park for the Aegon Open Nottingham, international tennis event. Due to the nature of the event, most vehicles arrive and depart within a short window of time at the start and end of each day’s play. DC Site Services ran a smooth operation, with their knowledge and expertise in this area and were effective in managing the vehicle flow as well as the wear and tear of the field on which the cars were parking, to ensure the delivery on day 1 was as good as the delivery on day 9.  This improvement was also recognised by our customers who referenced this specifically when asked in a survey how the event had improved compared with previous years, quoting “parking was easier”, “there were no queues to park this year”, “parking was more organised”, “car park problems from last year sorted”.

Rebecca James - Tournament Director