Western Oz looking for 5,000 Irish hospitality workers

Western Australia is looking for thousands of young Irish people to take up jobs in its hospitality sector.

The Australian Hotels Association of Western Australia has around 5,000 opportunities for bartenders, waitstaff, chefs, housekeeping staff and front of house workers.

More information can be found on www.travelandworkwa.com - seminars will also be held in Dublin in October.

Bradley Woods is CEO of the AHA: "We are looking for people who have experience. Hopefully people who have a sense of excitement and venture.

"Western Australia is one third of the continent and we have jobs going all over the state in country areas as well as the city of Perth."


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