Japanese Restaurant in Australia
Company: Well-Established Japanese Restaurant
Positions: F&B & Kitchen Staff (experience required)
Pay: $17/hr (30-40 hour work weeks)
Start Date: May/June 2014
Duration: 6 months
Location: Sydney (other locations available throughout the year)
Work for a New Japanese Restaurant Opening up on the Sydney Harbour this May!
This global brand restaurant has over 200 restaurants in Japan and 90 in Thailand. They have significant expansion plans in Australia with the first big opening in Sydney. Future locations for this restaurant will be Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and many other locations throughout Australia.
Additional Job Information:
- Past industry experience required. You don’t need lots of experience, as they will train you as long as you have worked in a restaurant/hotel before
- Must speak English – English competency to serve customers in Sydney’s affluent office area, plus lots of tourists
- Minimum 30 to 38 hours per week – better employees will be offered more hours!
Circular Quay is the hub of Sydney Harbour, situated at a small inlet called Sydney Cove, the founding site for Sydney and Australia. It is a stepping-off point for most attractions based around the harbour and an exciting place to be on a warm summer’s day. The quay is a vibrant, bustling place with ferries leaving every few minutes to different parts of the harbour, including Manly, Watsons Bay, Mosman and Taronga Park Zoo.
On the southern side of Circular Quay is a walkway that leads to the Sydney Opera House and Royal Botanical Gardens; while on the northern side, a short walk along lovely landscaped walkways takes you to the Harbour Bridge and The Rocks, one of the oldest, most attractive and most interesting parts of Sydney.
Circular Quay is at the foot of the central business district and the older, historic end of the city. Buses depart here for Bondi and the eastern suburbs.
There is a major railway station at the quay, which is part of the underground City Circle , which skirts around the CBD. Alongside the ferry terminals are a number of small outdoor cafes and the area is a magnet for buskers of every description.