INTERVIEWS COMMENCE FOR SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS FOR HOSPITALITY WORK IN AUSTRALIA UNDER THE PACIFIC LABOUR SCHEME
An Australian employer under the Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS), InterContinental Hotel Group commenced conducting interviews in Nadi today for shortlisted applicants that have applied for Hospitality
Work in Australia.
The employer is currently holding interviews for Commis chefs, kitchen stewards, room attendants, public area attendants and also for their food and beverage department.
These hospitality workers will be based at the Inter Con’s property on Hayman Island, Australia, where three Fijians are already working as Commis chefs.
Under the PLS, a total of 30 Fijians are being deployed to Australia this week as meat workers.
About 19 workers departed for Naracoorte, South Australia on Monday and 11 for Rockhampton in Queensland.
Apart from meat works and the hospitality industry, Australian employers are also showing interest in aged-care and this is expected to happen in the upcoming months.
The Ministry of Employment wishes to advise members of the public who are interested to know more about the PLS to visit any of the seven Ministry of Employment offices around the country. DEPTFO News