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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Hotel jobs in Italy – positions in hospitality and catering

Work and Travel Italy

The paid work placements in Italy are all in 3* - 5* hotels and rural accommodation, Global Choices can arrange work placements in the following locations in Italy: Gallipoli, Santa Maria di Leuca, Costa de Salento, etc.

Participants may occupy jobs in different departments. A work placement in hotel Reception is only possible if the participant has an excellent knowledge of Italian language plus previous work experience. Most common types of Jobs: Kitchen assistant, Room maid, Waiter, Bar staff, Reception, Animator...

Employer provides accommodation: Hotel room (usually shared) with full board.

The minimum contract is for 4 weeks, the maximum is 6 months (contracts may be extended).

The minimum guaranteed wage is between € 200 and € 400 per month, depending upon the establishment, experience and the type of employment. Normal working hours are between 38 and 40 per week. However, specific working hours depend on the region and season.


Anonymous Nicola said...

hi, im thinkking about applying for this for sort of feb to july next year, do i apply now or wait a while first. ive looked at the application form and parts of it dont seem to fit the jobs that are offered, e.g. it asks which professional field i would like my practical training in, but the jobs that are offered dont really fit that description. Also what type of references are needed?

4:02 AM

Blogger Global Choices said...

Dear Nicola,

It is best to apply for the Work & Travel Italy program 3 months before your intended start.

The program runs all year round so you can contact our office if you wish to apply.

If you call us at (+44) 207 433 2501, we would gladly be of further help.

Global Choices Team.

4:23 AM


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