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Walk In Interviews for Prak Plaza, Zirakpur-Chandigarh.

Walk-in Interviews for an upcoming Hotel Park plaza Chandigarh-Zirakpur,an upsacle Hotel
managed by Sarover Hotels & Resorts, is looking for candidates for the
following positions:

F&B service – Captains, Stewards, Hostess, Stewardess, Assistant Stewards
Kitchen – CDP, Commis
Front Office – GRE, Front Office Assistant, Reservation Assistants
Housekeeping – Supervisors, Room boys
Finance – Finance Assistants, Food and Beverage Controller
Sales – Sales Manager, Assistant Sales Manager, Coordinators, Banquet Sales Manager / Assistant Manager
Purchase – Purchase Assistant

Interviews will be held on:
19th November – Front Office, Housekeeping,  Kitchens and Sales
21st November – F&B Service, Finance, Purchase.

TIME: 1000 Hrs Onwards.

VENUE: Eclat Hospitality, SCO:12-13,2nd Floor, Bansawali Chungi,Above Bank of India, NH 21, Near Gillco Valley. Kharar.

More for information call 8288093606/8288093603/8288093605.

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