A modern production facility in Southern Sydney (Princess Hwy) 10 mins to train station Significant growth phase The Business The business is close to Sutherland in Sydney’s south. It is really well established and has a large and loyal following. It takes the providence and quality of its ingredients and supplies seriously and is oneSydney
The Venue This pub is a gem on the north side of Sydney with its gorgeous multifunction space, fitting in bars, restaurants, games, TAB and alfresco areas. It also has a steady stream of loyal customers who love the food and drinks here, served par excellence for an iconic pub. It is a safe, funSydney
The Venue Work at a new multi-million dollar venue housing several restaurants, cocktail bars and hangout places. It’s already creating a big buzz in Sydney with marketing and word of mouth in full gear. The venue is part of a bigger group but will be run independently with loads of license to experiment the SydneySydney
Yes, we do offer other hospitality management jobs in Sydney. Some of them just don’t fit into the same shape as others so we list them here. Being a Hospitality Manager is challenging. All in one day, you could be called upon to be a best friend, a finance manager, a HR manager, maintenance manager, procurement clerk, food and beverage runner, barman and fill any number of other roles. Finding your next role that will actually provide the right mix of elements to keep you engaged, challenged and growing comes down to the details of what that potential new employer is offering now, and also what they’ve done in the past. What’s their staff retention like? Who in their business has been promoted of late? Do they hold structured meetings? Will they provide support functions or will you be doing it all? What technology do they use for rostering and reporting? All these questions and many more go into the makeup of mainstream roles and these other hospitality management jobs.
Whatever position is going, however niche, unique or outside the norm it may be, we will find out what you need to know to make an informed decision. And we’re not even talking about a decision to take the job. Before you even put yourself forward for an interview, it’s important that the major nuts and bolts be paraded front and centre, so you can see if it feels like you. We’ve been advertising and placing top people in hospitality jobs in Sydney for over ten years. We’re also old hands in the business. We know what you need to know, sometimes even before you think to ask. Take a look at what’s on offer and let’s hear from you.