Hotel restaurant workers required to live and work in United States

Publish Date: 01-12-2016 04:16:30 | Contact name: mensa | Location: Delaware | 55 times displayed | Comments |

Hotel restaurant workers required to live and work in United States Hotel restaurant workers required to live and work in United States. Sales Lead Mobile Team Lead HR Director Full-Time Sales Associate Equestrian Director Guest Services/Entry level Front Desk Clerks Porters Concierges Housekeeping Room Service Waiter/Waitress Kitchen Staff Supervisor of Guest Services Front Desk Supervisor Housekeeping Supervisor Kitchen Manager Restaurant Manager Executive Chef Marketing and Advertising Accounting Purchasing Event Planner Assistant Hotel Manager Hotel Manager Host/Hostess Cashier Busser Headwaiter/Waitress Sous Chefs Chefs/Head Chefs/Executive Chef Food Prep Massage Therapist Aesthetician Nail Technician Spa Attendant/Assistant Massage Therapist Lifeguard Beach attendant Cruise ticket sales Fishing guide Hunting guide Nature tour guide Parasailing worker Towel attendant Waiter/waitress Restaurant host Bartender Diving coach Snorkeling guide Boat rental cashier Cook Dishwasher Steward/Porter Host/hostess Amusement park ride operators Please contact us with your CV for more information regarding the job offer.

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