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World is their oyster

Published on Friday, 29 Jul 2011

Do you fancy working in Bali or a Caribbean resort? Joining Grand Hyatt Macau can open up endless possibilities with Hyatt Hotels and Resorts through various internal transfer opportunities within the hotel and with sister establishments.

But if you prefer to stay in one place, Grand Hyatt Macau brings the world to you with over 10 nationalities working there. The 700-staff hotel is hiring in its marketing and communications department, but beyond that, there are other opportunities as well.

"Our current expansion plans provide us with a unique opportunity to offer additional entry positions into our company. We are eager to hear from committed and enthusiastic candidates who seek employment at all levels," says Chua Thin Thin, Grand Hyatt Macau's director of human resources. "We are able to provide professional training, competitive compensation and a stimulating work environment, locally and worldwide."

The hotel is looking for dedicated and passionate employees who can provide authentic hospitality. "We look for people who have the right attitude, as we believe they can be trained and nurtured to work in a number of different areas," says Chua, adding that learning activities fall under the Hyatt Leadership Network.

"Annually, Hyatt comes together globally to 'Celebrate Our People' to recognise ... the most important asset in our company - our employees," Chua adds. 

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