ANY ONE NEED A DJ

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  1. djsmoothy

    djsmoothy Regular Registered Member

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    hi bit of a long shot but i am looking to work this year djing in one of the clubs. if anyone can help me or advise me i will be very grateful.
    i am 21 from the uk and have lots of dj experience at home and abroad.
     
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    T.J. I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    Oh, you said "D"J.

    I guess I misread the post the first time. Sorry but I thought you meant something else.
     
  4. Klaw

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    I don't think you're going to be able to do that.

    By law a non Mexican cannot hold any job that a Mexican national can do.

    I think there's plenty of local DJ's out there.
     
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    oh thats a shame was a fun idea whilst it lasted :(
     
  6. Michael F.

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    Maybe consider looking around for a vacant Entertainment Staff position in one of the resorts? No DJ experience is necessary...just someone with a lot of character who can rouse the resort guests in the a.m., play games all day, and then take 'em to clubs in the evening.
     
  7. Klaw

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    Depending on the resort the DJ is technically part of the entertainment team but all that person does is DJ. He doesn't participate in the other things the entertainment staff does.

    And most resorts still hire a local to do that job.

    Id' say your best bet would be to look for a job as an entertainment staff member plain and simple. No tie in with DJing.
     
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    how would you go about doing that then?
     
  9. gbchayctca

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    By looking in the classifieds of Novedades, the local paper, every day until you see that a resort is hiring for animadores (entertainment staff). Often they request that you have a certain physical appearance in addition to personality.
     
  10. Drewbert

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    Are you offering, TJ?
     
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