We are seeking passionate and vibrant hospitality professionals to join our energetic Food & Beverage Team.
Reporting to the Restaurant Supervisor, your primary responsibility is ensuring a high level of guest service at all times across the hotel. Day to day functioning of the restaurant should be of second nature to the successful applicant. Holding a current RSA is essential and we also expect you to have experience working in F&B/restaurant in a busy and fast paced venue.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate the ability to:
comfortably provide exceptional service
excel in all aspects of a service role, from section waiter to bar work
ensure delivery of Accor standards and expectations
ensure compliance with Workplace Health and Safety Policies and Standards
demonstrate exceptional human skills – helping every person you come into contact Feel Valued and Feel Welcome
work a rotating roster, including weekends, public holidays and split shifts
to have fun!
This role is based on a minimum of 20 hours per week.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Food and Beverage Attendant to take the next step in their career. In exchange the successful candidates will receive a very competitive hourly rate, heavily subsidised accommodation and incredible learning and development opportunities.
Whilst remote experience would be considered advantageous it will not form part of the selection criteria. If you’re ready to make a change that will forever enrich your life, don’t just dream about it, do it!
Postcode: 886 (Jabiru, Northern Territory)
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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.
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