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EXCHANG RECEPTIONIST WANTED!

Surf and Snow Backpackers CBD / Auckland Hospitality / Service Accommodation Only(Know your rights) NO Experience needed

Thanks for applying for our exchange receptionist position.

Please note below conditions: 

Early Morning Shift (7am~11am); Evening shift (7pm~11pm) and Night shift (11pm~7am)

Need to be flexible in working days and hours

Work 2 months minimum (including 3 weeks trial)

Not paid (Commisson for Travel Sales)

Exchange with Accommodation (compliant to NZ Law)

16 hours / week (after training period)

Facilities: 

Free Laundry

Unlimited Free Wi-Fi

Attributes of the work:

Candidate will be offered 4~6 dorm accommodation (NO Window)

Great atmosphere for hospitality minded person with great fun and want to be a member of close extended family being away from home

First step to start NZ tourism learning for the individual development

Great scope to be direct touch of international team environment from the all corner of the world 

If you are looking for above,  please contact us by e-mail ASAP and we are looking forward to see you in our great team!

Also if you can speak other language, especially German, chinese or Korean and Japanese that will be a strong point.

Thanks

Kind Regards,

Mohammad Uddin

Manager 

Surf n’ Snow Backpackers
98-102 Albert Street,
Auckland Central
Ph: +64 9 363 8889
Fax: +64 9 363 5502
www.surfandsnow.co.nz

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