AIDA Career Club for Professionals from the Gastronomy and Hotel Industries
Cruise line AIDA Cruises invites professionals from the gastronomy and hotel industries to its first AIDA Career Club on October 15, 2013. The event will take place at the "Food & Flavour" cooking school of celebrity chef Nelson Müller in Essen. During the course of the event, participants will get the unique opportunity to start up a conversation with decision makers from the cruise line's personnel department as well as professionals from on board the AIDA ships.
At Nelson Müller's "Food & Flavour" cooking school in Essen, the AIDA working environments of kitchen, restaurant, and bar will be presented. Each participant will be allowed to put his expertise to the test at the appropriate specialist station. Together with the AIDA pros, participants will cook, mix, and serve.
The AIDA Career Club is meant for professionals from the realms of bar, restaurant, or kitchen. Prospective participants must first register via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief, updated resume. The deadline for registration is October 9, 2013.
AIDA Cruises is one of Germany's fastest growing and most financially successful tourism businesses and has been recognized as a Top Employer in Germany multiple times. The company currently has 6,900 employees from 25 different countries. Of these employees, 6,000 work on board and 900 work at the company headquarters in Rostock and Hamburg. AIDA Cruises currently has a fleet of 10 cruise ships at its disposal and runs one of the most modern fleets in the world. The ships are operated in compliance with the highest international quality, environmental, and safety standards. The AIDA fleet will expand to 12 ships by 2016.
Further information about entry level and career opportunities with AIDA can be found atwww.aida-jobs.de.
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