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Legendary staff member of the world famous Lake Mahinapua HotelRainforest Retreat Lake Mahinapua near hokitika / West Coast Tourism Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) $17.70 per hour similar experience required.
We are looking for full, partime or casual available.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the team at one of New Zealand’s most famous historic pubs and stunning middle of nowhere party venues, the world famous in NZ “LAKE MAHINAPUA HOTEL”.
The lake Mahinapua hotel built in 1905, for the last 30 years has a history of throwing the most legendary parties to the world’s backpackers and we are looking for the next person to join our team.
7 Nights a week we welcome kiwi experience to a very special night for them but it’s not all about the party. Our hotel features its own jade carving studio, 2 jacuzzi’s, volleyball court, fitness area and we are only minutes walk to a stunning lake and remote beach.
Each day we welcome a bus load of backpackers and introduce them to our hotel, then in the evening we serve them an included roast on the coast dinner followed by their exclusive fancy dress party where our guest let their hair down and party hard until the early hours.
In the morning we serve them breakfast before waving them of on their way then we get ready to do it all over again.
You will be involved in all aspects of this busy hotel, from cleaning rooms, serving food, getting the party rocking, pouring drinks and wiping the odd tear at the end of the night.
If you are a high energy positive peoples person then we want you on the team.
A minimum commitment of at least 3 months is essential but longer would be prefered.
On going full time work is available to the right people.
An NZ duty managers certificate is a huge advantage but not essential.
If this sounds like you please tell us why you think you’d be great for the job and include a photo of yourself.
We really look forward to hearing from you soon!
Jess and Chance
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