Get paid to learn, grow and develop a broad range of skills whist completing your Certificate 1 in Hospitality
Looking to start a new career path in Hospitality with an 18 week program
Person-centered support from dedicated Access staff
Access Community Services Limited (ACSL) is Australia's leader and specialist in, employment, training, youth and social enterprises for migrants, refugees and mainstream clients, in Queensland. As a community based, not for profit, we boast over a 30 year history of serving our local community which was originally established in Logan in 1984. Access Community Services has been funded by the Queensland Government under the Skilling Queenslanders for Work program to recruit 10 trainees to participate in this program.
Get paid to learn, grow and develop a broad range of skills whist completing your Certificate I in Hospitality. The program is a fully paid work placement opportunity, which involves placing you with a not-for-profit organisation for 18 weeks (38 hours, Monday through to Friday) One of these days will be face-to-face training with a dedicated Trainer and Assessor.
This position is ideal for someone who is looking to return to work and is looking to start a new career path in Hospitality.
No cost to you for participating in the program
18-week on-the-job work placement
10-week group training with a qualified trainer
Person-centred support from dedicated Access staff
Personal and professional development sessions
Participate in a group project
Learn from guest speakers
Nationally Recognised Qualification upon completion
Work as a team player.
Be reliable and punctual
Comply with Work Health and Safety policies and procedure
Ability to work as part of a team
Friendly, reliable and punctual
Positive Attitude with a willingness to learn
Excellent communication & organisational skills
Adhere to Work Health & Safety and follow reporting requirements
Please select 'apply now' and submit your application. Please ensure a detailed cover letter and your resume outlining your experience is included in your application, otherwise your application will not progress to the next stage. For a copy of the Position Description - please see Related Documents below.
All employees will complete a National Police Clearance and a Working with Children Check (Blue Card) as a condition of employment. In some roles it may be a requirement to undergo a Disability Screening Check (Yellow Card). Applicants must have the right to work in Australia and provide proof of identity.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply. Please contact Jon Pembroke for any enquiries via Jonathon.Pembroke@acsl.org.au.