Australian Mining Hospitality Jobs and EmploymentIf you're seeking a hospitality job in the mining industry and are not sure where to apply, then we can help. Mine companies commonly employ people to work in the hospitality department to provide freshly prepared food for all the employees currently working at a mine site. There are many positions available in this department, some of these include Kitchen hands, Catering Assistant, Food and Beverage, Attendants Coffee Baristas, Chefs / Cooks and Counter Hands.
As you can see, there is a range of options available for people from all sorts of backgrounds from entry-level positions to vastly experienced hospitality positions. If a hospitality position sounds like you, we can help by providing information on which jobs would suit you, what training may be required and where to find it, the pay you can expect, and other important issues.
There are mines operating all over Australia, so there is likely to be a hospitality position near you. If not, you may want to consider a FIFO (fly in/fly out) role, which lets you live in your home town and be flown to and from the mine site at the start and end of your weeks on.
A typical day in the hospitality department would include preparing three main meals for employees as well as making snacks and beverages readily available. Also you could be expected to clean and prepare the cafeteria area for meals and partake in cleaning up. Contact the team at Mining Australia to see how we can help, before the hospitality jobs get snapped up.
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