Opportunities at Supernormal, Ides, Arts Centre Melbourne and more.
Ides | Multiple Positions
Multiple roles are up for grabs at this Smith Street restaurant. Join the team as a junior sommelier, work with the front-of-house team or take on a management role. A range of hours are on offer.
Loafer Bread | Baker or Pastry Chef
Join the back-of-house team at this Fitzroy favourite dishing up some of the best bread and pastries in the city. You’ll be working with a friendly crew with connections to local farmers and growers. Full-time hours are on offer.
Projects of Imagination | Graphic Designer
Work as a graphic designer at this creative agency that caters to a broad range of industries. You’ll be working on projects covering arts and culture, hospitality, architecture and more. Full-time hours.
Gilson | Waitstaff
Join the front-of-house crew at this popular south-side restaurant. Run the floor or work the bar with a range of casual shifts available across a seven-day roster.
Vision Brands Group | Quality Coordinator
Take on an influential role at this new brand specialising in clothing and accessories. You’ll be working in a consulting role, offering tips and wisdom on processes from concept to creation. Full-time hours.
Supernormal | Business Development Manager
Help grow the brand image at one of Melbourne’s favourite restaurants. You’ll be joining an established hospitality group, with significant opportunities for career progression on offer. Full-time hours.
Builders Arms Hotel | Sales & Marketing Manager
Another popular hospo venue (also part of the Trader House group) is looking for a marketing manager to join the team. You’ll be pushing the brand’s image through a range of digital campaigns in a creative and dynamic role. Full-time hours.
Arts Centre Melbourne | Multiple Chef Positions
Multiple kitchen positions are up for grabs working at one of Melbourne’s most iconic arts venues. You’ll be dishing up a high quality food and beverage offering that pairs with excellent local and international artists and performers.
Photography: Amy Pearson