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Chef/ Cook

The Waipiata Country Hotel Waipiata / Otago Hospitality / Service Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) $19- $22 depending on experience Experience preferred

Staff required for an Historic Central Otago Country Hotel situated on the Otago Central Rail Trail.

Preferred minimum of three months, Ideally four months and with immediate start. Must have a can do attitude and be able to follow instruction, be flexible and willing to work in all areas of hospitality as required and general duties.

We need an experienced chef/cook to help our Head Chef in our busy kitchen. You should be experienced in short order grill cooking. We have a great team who work hard to provide our customers with excellent food and service, so if you can work hard and fast, while maintaining a high standard, we’d love to have you join the team. We need someone to start immediately and we can offer minimum of 30-40 hrs per week work. You must be a NZ resident or hold a current work visa.

Tidy appearance and fantastic personality essential! 

A great location to live, Just outside of Ranfurly, we are 2 hours to Queenstown, Wanaka and Dunedin

Wages are negotiable with experience.

House keeping roles also available, position can suit a couple also.

Live and work right beside the Otago Central Rail Trail, great opportunity to meet some great people and to save some money before the next great adventure

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