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Food & Beverage Attendant

Waymark Hotels Pty Ltd Weipa, Cooktown & Cape York

Job Description

The Albatross Bay Resort is looking for Food and Beverage Attendants to join the team in Weipa!

We are located in Far North Queensland where on your days off, it will be difficult not to be out fishing, camping and 4wding with friends whilst exploring all the natural beauties that Weipa has to offer.

As a Food & Beverage Attendant you will be responsible in providing all aspects of food and beverage service, taking orders and reservations and much more!

To be successful you must have:

- Current RSA and RGS (or able to obtain)
- Availability to work hospitality hours
- 7 day rotating roster


- Free onsite accommodation
- Work in Paradise incentive
- Casual or Full Time opportunities
- Career Progression & Growth

If this opportunity interests you, please ‘Apply Now’.

Postcode: 4874 (Weipa, Cooktown & Cape York)

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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Waymark Hotels Pty Ltd

Member since: October 2021

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Waymark Hotels is an Australian privately-owned hotel group that operates throughout regional Queensland.
We are known for operating venues that specialise in high-quality affordable dining, state of the art gaming facilities, action packed sport, TAB and KENO facilities, relaxed and friendly bars, local and international entertainment and laid back lounge areas, all with a family friendly environment.

Hospitality, Travel & Tourism