The best hospitality and event jobs around.
We have plenty of career options for those who are interested in hospitality and events. If you’re such a person, you can count on us to provide you with the best career opportunities around. Feel free to apply if you see something you like.
Event planners work with clients to provide top customer satisfaction. You will be tasked with setting up the location, transportation, decor, entertainment, and more to create a lasting impression.
Event managers orchestrate events beginning-to-end. Your task is to enhance event success, as well as supervise the staff and prepare the events’ budgets.
If customers need help planning or booking a visit, reservation agents are there to help.
Sous Chef & Executive Chef:
Good hospitality and events require good food, meaning chefs are needed in the kitchen to direct food preparations while supervising the staff and resolving issues that may come up.
Customer Service Manager:
Customer service is the name of the game, and in order to achieve maximum satisfaction, you will lead and motivate your team to get the job done.
As a housekeeper, you will clean units, remove trash, strip linen, and report maintenance issues in an upbeat, positive manner.
Advice for getting a hospitality or event job.
Getting a job is as much work as the job itself. There are so many things you have to do in order to get it; you have to have a great resume, do interviews, beat out the competition, and you have to make sure the job matches you as an individual.
Thankfully, Staffing Choice does most of the hard work for you. We build a perfect resume, and we provide you with interview tips to give you an edge on the competition. We will also tell you what your salary should be, and if the job is right for you. You don’t need to worry, we have you covered.
When you’re about to go in for an interview, remain calm and prepare for questions that will likely come your way:
- Why are you looking for a job?
- What about this job appeals to you?
- Why would you be a good fit?
- Can you talk about an experience where you dealt with an angry customer?
- How would you ensure customer satisfaction?