Food and Beverage Attendants – Skyline Enterprises


One of New Zealand’s most iconic tourism businesses, Skyline, is a sustainable and dynamic New Zealand based international smile-maker, looking forward to a future where we continue to deliver our unique brand of kiwi hospitality through our fun experiences across four continents.

Being adaptable and resilient is a part of who we are, hosting every guest as a friend and sharing high-quality entertainment and dining experiences.

We, Skyline Rotorua, are on the look-out for customer focused super stars to join our team over the upcoming school holidays and the busy summer holiday period to continue bringing the fun and smiles to the faces of our guests.

We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic Food and Beverage Attendants to join our award-winning team with both permanent and fixed term opportunities available.

The successful applicants will have positive “can do” attitudes, excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a busy high-pressure environment. Previous Food and Beverage experience is desirable, however a passion for providing fantastic service and a genuine interest to work in the hospitality industry are the main qualities we are looking for.

Flexibility is a must as the successful candidates will be required to work rostered shifts, weekends and school/public holidays, which are normally our busiest days.

In return we offer competitive rates of pay, full uniform, spectacular views and a great working environment. This is a great opportunity to work in one of Rotorua’s top restaurants!

We offer a working environment where safety is a high priority. All candidates must agree to comply with the company’s health and safety procedures which includes random drug and alcohol testing.

If you are interested in this position, please apply online now!

Please note that our recruitment process takes approximately four weeks. We will be in contact with all applicants within this time.

For a copy of the Job Description visit FB-Attendant.doc


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