When we started Bushtops, one of the most important decisions was to employ only the best people. It’s the only way to maintain the highest standards. I am hugely proud of our teams – and we’re always looking to add to our family of hard-working professionals.
If you think this might include you, we’d love to have you. The comments below from some of our staff say more than I can about what makes Bushtops a great place to work, but it’s worth adding that our model of alternating six weeks working with two weeks off and on site training with the prestigious Lobsterink program, has proved a great success in building careers. We also offer competitive wages including service charge.
In return, we challenge all our staff to match my family’s commitment to constant development and superb care for our visitors.
So if you like to work with a smile on your face and have a desire to keep learning, then Bushtops may be for you. If we agreed, you could soon find yourself joining a true community, where friendliness and diligence lead to long term careers.
You can find information about currently available openings at Bushtops here. To apply, you will need to submit a CV, detailing your experience, skills and personal details, plus a covering letter. The letter should expand on why you think you would be the perfect person for the role. Please also send a recent photograph, copies of certificates and at least two references with contact details so we can check your background. If you have further testimonials, do please include them, sending everything to email@example.com.
If you have read this far, thank you – and if you choose to apply for a role at Bushtops we wish you the best of luck. We hope to meet you soon!
“I have enjoyed every minute of my four years so far at Serengeti Bushtops – the high point of 25 years in the hotel industry. I have learned so much about people internationally, but also local flora and fauna. Nothing makes me prouder than getting sincere complements from guests whose expectation have been exceeded. I am very proud to be part of the Bushtops team.”
Pantaleo Mghanga, Serengeti Bushtops Camp Manager
“I enjoy working with my fellow staff as they’re so kind and charming. The management is caring, understanding and most importantly, committed to staff welfare and development. For example, I started as a pastry chef and am now executive chef!”
“My community benefits from Bushtops support in many ways, especially the school I was the first girl to graduate from. I have learned so much from the service we provide guests and the training I receive.”
Damaris Njapit, Butler Mara Bushtops
“I am happy working in Bushtops, because it is an enterprise growing in the right way, and moving in the right direction. The excellent management allows me the flexibility I need to raise my family. I feel very lucky working in this beautiful camp.”
Fadhili Zacharia Head Butler Serengeti Bushtops
“I joined Mara Bushtops in 2007 and have gained a huge amount of experience, guidance and enjoyment from working here. I have been encouraged in my work with the local Masai community, helping to develop and share our Conservancy. Bushtops really appreciates and supports its staff, mentoring talent and looking after its people. We’re a great team!”
Daniel Lomoe Head Ranger Mara Bushtops
“Working at Bushtops Camps has been a Journey that’s taken me through some of my best career moments in Hospitality. From starting as a Sales and Reservations person to becoming a unit Camp Manager with a team of experienced and highly trained staff.
There has always been an opportunity and room for growth to any staff member willing to go the extra mile. ”
Lawrence Abura Mara Bushtops Camp Manager
Paul Rowett of Lobster Ink conducting an on-site Training session at Mara Bushtops.
Alan Yeowart, notably one of the most experianced training guides in Africa seen here with our Rangers after intensive training ahead of the season.