Our non-U.S. locations will, on occasion, apply for a work permit on behalf of a non-local national candidate. This applies only to certain executive positions and varies by location and depends on local work authorization laws.
For other positions, most international locations will require fluency in the local language and several years of prior luxury service experience, preferably in their geographic region.
The exceptions are our properties in the Gulf region: Bahrain, Dubai, Doha and Grand Cayman (in the Caribbean), where most workers come from all over the world and work permits can be arranged if there is a suitable open position.
Available positions are listed in our career search; send applications directly to the location with the open position.
There will be employment opportunities in all departments and at all levels at all our upcoming destinations. Please re-visit our employment web site approximately four months prior to the scheduled opening date. You will need to create a user ID and then follow the steps outlined on the site.
Starting in mid-2007, you will also be able to set up a Job Alert that will automatically email you when a position that meets your specifications opens.
Once you have identified a position you feel you meet the qualifications for, you may go ahead and apply on line directly to the property.
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