Positions: Spa Therapists
Start Date: October 2014
Location: 5 Star Hotel in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia
popular destination for locals and tourists 1.5 hrs from Sydney, in one of the most accessible areas of highland natural beauty in NSW
Job title: Food and Beverage Attendant
Pay Rate: $18 – $20 per hour
Location: Sunshine Coast AND Brisbane Hinterland
Start date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months at each location (total 6 months)
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Pay Rate: $17-$30/hr
Start Date: September 2014
Duration: 6 months
Location: Throughout Sydney
***Interviews Conducted Via Skype***
August 7th or 8th | MUST APPLY BY JULY 24th
You can be an international chef anywhere
So why not in the Land Down Under?
It’s not all meat pies and Vegemite, mate. Australians and the six million tourists who visit each year have a passion for world class cuisine. In fact, Tourism Australia has made Food and Wine a major focus in its last campaign. So you could be part of a movement!
But Australia, which has a fairly small population, needs more great chefs to provide fabulous dishes for natives and visitors alike. The opportunity here is huge! And don’t forget the opportunity for gorgeous beaches, fabulous snorkeling in coral reefs, rugged interiors, abundant sunshine, and incredibly friendly people.
And instead of employment hurdles and red tape, the Aussie government has smoothed the way for international chefs, creating several paths to employment. The most popular of these is the 457 visa, a visa with a relatively quick process time and with a range of benefits both for the visa holder and his or her partner and children– if they have them. To get a 457 visa, applicants need to have a secured job and their employer needs to apply on their behalf.
Another option is the General Skilled Migration Visa (GSM) visa- which doesn’t rely on having a job upfront and is a great option for those who prefer to get the visa first.
Whichever path you pick, one thing is for sure: as an international chef you will be highly sought after and have the opportunity to forge a great career and lifestyle in Australia.