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Bar Supervisor

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($18.50 including meals and accomodation)
Location: Wakapapa Village
Region: Taupo & Central Plateau
Experience: Experience Necessary

Skotel Alpine Resort is New Zealand’s highest hotel, set in the Tussock overlooking Mt Ngauruhoe, Mt Ruapehu and the Tongariro National Park. We are busy year round with two distinct seasons of Summer and Winter, offering our international and domestic guests a great base for all of their adventure needs, Skiing in winter, hiking in the summer and Fly Fishing  just to name a few.

We are looking for a dedicated Bar Supervisor to come and work with us for the upcoming summer season (and beyond if you wish), starting immediately. We offer onsite accommodation and meals for the right person, as well as a range of shifts. Shifts will primarily be evening but some breakfast shifts may be required..

Ideally you will have a minimum of 2-5  years experience working in hospitality. A good understanding of Wine and Craft beer is essential.Preferance will be given to applicants with a NZ Managers Certificate though this is not essential.

As this is a customer service position, a bright and bubbly attitude, great presentation and excellent English is essential. If you have great interpersonal skills, you are proactive and not afraid of hard work, able to work well as part of a team and you are honest and reliable, then please get in contact with a current CV.

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