462 REGIONAL WORK APPROVED
Start date: Mid-March, Early April 2019
ENGLISH FLUENCY REQUIRED.
The Barkly Homestead is a busy roadhouse, bar and grill in the heart of the NT, 200km east of Tennant Creek. We are currently recruiting House Keepers to work in our Motel.
We employ up to 25 people from all over the world. Duties include but are not limited to:
- General Cleaning of our Motel's and Cabins
- Laundry, including washing, hanging, folding
- Keeping the laundry clean and organised
- Clean the public ablution blocks
- Speak directly with management to report any issues
We provide you with your own room with TV and air con as well as all meals. We charge $25.71 a day for food and rent. Staff can also make use of our pool, gym, table tennis and other activities when not at work. The pay is $25.28 an hour Monday to Friday and penalty rates on weekends and public holidays.
Requirements of the applicant:
- Ability to work with a team and take direction
- hardworking and efficient
- quick learning (training is provided to a point)
- Speak English
- Fun, friendly and outgoing.
We can sign second year working holiday visas for 462 visa holders only (NOT 417)
WE CANNOT ACCOMMODATE FOR STRICT DIETS (VEGAN/GLUTEN FREE/ETC).
If this sounds like the job for you please email a copy of your resume to Kate. Applicant will not be considered without a current resume. More information is available on our website, Instagram, and Facebook.
Please note that it is 3 month minimum employment, no exceptions.
PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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Barkly Homestead is a remote roadhouse situated on the Barkly Highway, halfway between Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory and Camooweal in Queensland. It is the first and only stop for travellers crossing the border into the Territory, providing welcome relief from an overall journey of over 460km between towns.
The Homestead provides a range of services to a broad customer base, including the local cattle stations, mining organisations, the trucking industry, aspects of aviation, both recreational and commercial, road repair crews, and most predominantly the many tourists seeking the marvels of the Australian outback.
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism