Opportunities Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Scott Pickett Group, Gorman and more.
Flat Iron | Bar Manager
This neighbourhood wine bar is on the hunt for a manager to lead the team. You’ll be working with a small, friendly crew and servicing a loyal crowd of locals. Full-time hours.
Seddon Deadly Sins | Multiple Positions
Lead the team at this Seddon cafe that’s been running for almost 20 years. You’ll be responsible for overseeing service and administrative operations, with day shifts only. Full-time hours.
Postmistress | Floor & Bar Staff
Join the crew at this busy Brunswick restaurant serving traditional Italian food and wine. Casual, part-time and full-time positions are available, and you’ll be working the front-of-house.
Gorman | Junior Assistant Designer
Take on a junior designer role at this Aussie clothing label known for its eccentric garments. You’ll be working on the design process from concept to creation in an excellent entry-level position.
Umberto Espresso Bar | Assistant Manager
This popular Thornbury espresso bar is looking for an assistant manager to join the team. A great opportunity for a hospitality professional to begin a move into management. Full-time hours.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival | Industry Lead
Food and Drink Victoria (run by Melbourne Food and Wine Festival) is looking for an industry lead to form connections with hospitality venues and professionals. You’ll be liaising with some of the best in the business and forming valuable, lasting business relationships. Full-time hours.
Scott Pickett Group | Marketing Coordinator
Scott Pickett’s growing restaurant group is looking for a social media and marketing coordinator to join the team. You’ll be responsible for helping the brand expand online and reach a wide, engaged audience. Full-time hours are on offer.
Brae | Head Sommelier
Work as head sommelier at one of Australia’s best restaurants. You’ll be serving top-notch wine at a farm-to-table restaurant that produces all its own ingredients. Full-time hours are on offer.
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