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Wait Staff

Maestro Hospitality Christchurch, Christchurch

Job Description

We are looking for a hospitality superstar to join our crew out at Beach Bar in Sumner, Christchurch.

Do you like the outdoors? Do you love the ocean? Beach is arguably one of the most beautiful venues in the South Island. Situated right on Sumner Beach, the views are breathtaking. Imagine being able to surf before your shift, and finishing off your days work with a dip in the ocean!

We are looking for a fun-loving team member to join our crew. Experience is preferred, however we are happy to train the right candidate!

You will need to be fast on your feet, ambitious, show initiative and enjoy a joke or two!

We are excited to hear from you and possibly welcome you on board!

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Maestro Hospitality

Member since: July 2022

Maestro Hospitality is redefining the idea of modern hospitality in Christchurch. From a casual neighbourhood gastro pub to a refined dining establishment, or a relaxed beachfront experience, Maestro Hospitality transforms the simple into the sublime.
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