Restaurant Jobs Abroad

Want to learn more about how to apply for Restaurant jobs abroad? Our guide will give you all the information you need including salaries, working hours, what to expect and how to apply.

What is the role of a Restaurant Worker?

A restaurant worker abroad can play an important role in the hospitality industry. They may be responsible for greeting customers, taking orders, preparing food, and serving meals. They may also be responsible for cleaning up the restaurant and ensuring that it is kept tidy. A restaurant worker who is able to provide excellent customer service can make a difference in the dining experience of customers. They may also help to create a positive impression of the restaurant and help with repeat business.

How much do Restaurant Workers get paid?

Restaurant workers’ pay abroad can vary greatly depending on the country. In some countries, they may be paid a weekly salary, while in others they may be paid by the hour. In some cases, tips may also be a part of their pay. Restaurant workers’ pay can also depend on their position within the restaurant. Servers and bartenders tend to make less than chefs and managers.

Do I need qualifications or experience to become a Restaurant Worker abroad?

You don't need previous experience, but it can be good if you have worked in a bar before incase you need to step in for the bar staff in an emergency. Previous sales experience can also be useful. Basic maths is a must for handling the money, and great customer service skills is essential. An employer is looking for confidence and a a positive attitude.

How do I become a Shot Seller?

If you want to apply for Restaurant roles abroad, Summer Takeover provide working holiday packages to:
Ibiza, Magaluf, Ayia Napa, Zante, Kavos, Malia, Tenerife, Benidorm, Marbella, Sunny Beach

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