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- Dubai 03:59 05:25 12:21 15:42 19:11 20:37
The UAE jobs sector continues to remain active across a host of sectors - aviation, hospitality, construction or leisure and entertainment – with corporates in each industry offer openings every week.
The latest to offer jobs in the leisure and entertainment sector is Farah Leisure which announced openings at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi – the largest indoor and the only Ferrari branded theme park in the world, with 20 Ferrari inspired rides and attractions and a priceless collection of more than 30 vintage and contemporary Ferraris.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is one of the signature features of Yas Island, a 2,500 hectare island dedicated to leisure, entertainment and lifestyle.
Farah Leisure is hiring 20 full-time employees including cashiers, customer services attendants, rides and attraction operators, sales associates and F&B assistants. Interested candidates can apply for the jobs by visiting Ferrari World Abu Dhabi website.
The vacancies will close on March 23, 2013.
The company prefers a cashier who will be able to handle sale of admission tickets to the park, cash and card transactions and use a computerised cash register system in a fast, friendly manner.
Customer service attendants will have to direct queue lines to buy tickets and assist them through the turnstile entrances and exits.
Rides and attractions operators have to assist people getting on and off the rides and operate the rides in a safe manner.
While sales associates have to sell Ferrari and Ferrari World branded merchandise and souvenirs to guests by using a computerised cash register system in a fast, friendly manner.
Candidates who can speak both English and Arabic will be preferred.
The company promises competitive salary, company accommodation, transportation, meals in addition to benefits as per UAE Labour Law.
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