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Bar And Gate Staff

Esperance Bay Turf Club Esperance, Western Australia

Job Description

Esperance Bay Turf Club are looking for casual staff to work in the Bar and entry Gates for one day on Sunday 6th March 2022
Esperance is home to Australia’s best beaches so we like to think that this is ‘Where the Surf Meets the Turf’.
We require RSA qualified, experienced bar staff for a very busy Cup Day crowd at the races in Esperance
We require Gate Staff to check all COVID -19 Vaccination certificates are valid for all attendees to the race day.
The positions are casual for one day only and paid at award rates
You must be able to provide proof of COVID-19 double vaccination upon employment

Postcode: 6450 (Esperance, Western Australia)

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Esperance Bay Turf Club

Member since: February 2022

Description:
Esperance Bay Turf Club are looking for casual staff to work in the Bar and entry Gates for one day on Sunday 6th March 2022
Esperance is home to Australia’s best beaches so we like to think that this is ‘Where the Surf Meets the Turf’.
We require RSA qualified, experienced bar staff for a very busy Cup Day crowd at the races in Esperance
We require Gate Staff to check all COVID -19 Vaccination certificates are valid for all attendees to the race day.
The positions are casual for one day only and paid at award rates
You must be able to provide proof of COVID-19 double vaccination upon employment

Industry:
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism