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But the 4-star luxury resort – one of Europe’s larges – is also well-known for its annual Recruitment Day, which this year falls on Friday, February 16, from 9 am to 6 pm.
Nearly 100 seasonal jobs are up for grabs, with around 500 applicants hoping to secure a position in one of the 24 different service sectors, ranging from concierge to kitchen, and from cars to cleaning. They are also hiring a lifeguard and a sushi man or woman.
Anyone interested should go to the hotel at 12 ave des Spélugues with a CV and cover letter in hand this Friday.
Candidates should be resident in Monaco or in one of the bordering towns, although the hotel commented on Facebook that while “priority is given to Monegasques, then to the neighbouring communities, if your CV and experience correspond exactly to our search criteria, even if you live further away, you are more likely to be hired than a Monegasque who does not match our search.”
Hiring is a priority on Friday, but candidates who can’t attend on the day can still send a resumé and apply on the dedicated website.
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