Hospitality Job Descriptions
Food and Beverage Staff
Wait and preparation staff directly involved in preparing food and beverage for customers and working in venues in which food and beverage are served. This can include bar work also work such as collecting glasses and cleaning of tables. To gain employment as a waitress/waiter you must be able to carry 3 plates at a time.
Chefs, sous-chefs, chefs-de-patie, cooks, apprentices, food preparation staff, kitchen hands, dishwashers and hygiene workers.
Front of House Staff
Communicate with customers. Includes meet & greet, concierge, reception.
Back of House Staff
Provides support for general hotel operations. Includes housekeeping, laundry, parking, valet, room service and ground maintenance and repair.
Door hosts, crowd controllers and security staff
Responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for patrons and visitors.
People with suitable qualifications and experience to manage venues or parts of venues, and provide leadership wand direction to the staff and the business. Previous experience in Australia is usually required to gain this type of position.
Clerical and office staff involved in accounting, ordering, information technology, or money and process management. Previous experience in Australia is usually required to gain this type of position.