An exciting opportunity to work in the heart of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Surround yourself in the geological, biological & cultural wonderland as you embark on a rewarding journey to discovery the country’s soul. Kakadu Tourism is Kakadu's largest collection of Accommodation, Wetland and Adventure tours.
The successful applicant will be responsible for:
Clearing, cleaning and sanitising the kitchen pit area
Assisting with pack down of staff meals
Assisting to pack down and clean the kitchen
Assist with food preparation if required
Reporting to the Head Chef, the successful candidate will have:
Knowledge of WHS and food safety policies and procedures
Relevant food preparation and service knowledge
The ability to work unsupervised with excellent time management skills
Unlimited work rights in Australia (this is not a sponsored role)
This role is a full-time position, fixed-term contract until the end of October 2021, with the opportunity to extend.
In this role you will receive a competitive salary package including heavily subsidised accommodation and duty meals.
Postcode: 866 (Jabiru, Northern Territory)
Not a backpacker? That's ok. We accept applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents, international students as well as working holiday visa holders. If you are qualified for this position, please register and apply via the form below.
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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Kakadu Tourism is an indigenous owned collection of Kakadu wetland cruises, 4WD Kakadu tours, cultural experiences and Kakadu accommodation. It is the largest collection of facilities catering to tourism in Kakadu and is focused on positive indigenous outcomes.
Kakadu has been home to Australia’s Indigenous people for some 50,000 years tending the land and creating a rich and diverse cultural heritage. The park is home to some of the oldest artworks on the planet. These rock artworks tell the story of the oldest living culture on the planet with galleries found across the parklands. These sheltered rock formations have protected these artworks for thousands of years opening a window into Australia’s distant past, and stories across the millennia.
Kakadu is perhaps known best for its wildlife as one of the largest nature reserves in the world and the largest in Australia. Kakadu is most famous for its crocodiles from their appearance in ‘Crocodile Dundee’ there are
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