Check your facebook is set to private and review your profile and timeline. Put up pictures of you making a coffee or in the bar at our school.
Set-up a professional LinkedIn profile - hyperlink in your CV
Ensure your references know they are listed
If someone asks "what experience have you got?" Don't say none. You have lots of experience, for example; "over the last few months I have had experience as a food and beverage attendant completing, plate service, tray service, coffee and bar, I have planned and executed a 3 course sit down function, via my hospitality course".
We have a number of employers that will hire our students and provide voluntary work experience. We can NOT guarantee employment, but we can certainly try and help you get a job.
Jobs get filled quickly, if you are keen for our help please make an appointment via email with our training co-ordinator Stephanie Muscat. When an employer wants a job filled they want it straight away, so be prepared :)
to be past week 5 of your course
have completed your RSA and RSF with us (save these as a PDF save file name as 'ýour name')
have an up-to-date Resume (including this course and certificates achievd thus far) - word version
to have good class attendance and attitude
have a willingness and ablity to travel
to complete a skills assessment with Stephanie Muscat our coordinator before we send you out - we need to make sure we match the right person to the right employer, she will help you with preparing for your trail
must; be able to carry 3 plates, 2 coffees one hand, a tray with lots of glasses comfortably, have CONFIDENCE!!!!!!!
Email email@example.com your resume, PDF copies of RSA/RSF, standard availablity and an idea if you are willing to travel for work.
If you need assistance with your resume please book in an appointment with Rebecca McPhee.
If we help pace you in a job, please remember you represent us and all the other students at Serve It Up. If you show up late or have a bad attitude this will affect other students when applying for work.