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Star Brisbane set to launch extensive recruitment campaign

February 28, 2024 World Casino & Hotel

While the future of Star Entertainment Group’s Sydney casino remains uncertain, operations in Queensland are proceeding according to plan, with Star Brisbane launching a significant hiring campaign.

The company said on Wednesday that it would hire more than 1,000 new employees in advance of the August commencement of its AU$3.6 billion (US$2.4 billion) Queen’s Wharf Brisbane project. In addition, 1,400 Treasury Brisbane staff members will transfer to the new company.

Food and beverage, hotel services, gambling, property operations, security, and corporate duties are among the roles that are open.

In an attempt to attract new hires, Star disclosed details about its employee-only eatery, which would provide complimentary buffet-style meals to as many as 600 Queen’s Wharf staff members in a single sitting.

The cuisine will accommodate a wide range of dietary requirements and preferences, with a vast selection of culinary alternatives to suit everyone’s tastes and health concerns, according to Chef Uday Huja, Director of Culinary at Star Brisbane.

“The menu will feature items ranging from pasta, curries, and fish and chips to Asian noodles, baked ham, burgers, and surprise-themed menus such as Taco Tuesdays,” he said. “Designed as a restaurant, it provides an opportunity for our team members to enjoy their break and socialize over a meal.”

The recently appointed CEO of Star Brisbane, Daniel Finch, has expressed excitement about joining the team in advance of the gradual launch later this year.

“Watching the progress of this transformative tourism development over the past few years, I am proud and excited to be joining The Star at such a significant moment,” he said to the crowd. “The unveiling of the employee dining room today is particularly special, and I look forward to many meals here.”

He emphasized his dedication to building a vibrant and productive work environment and winning over the community to ensure the long-term growth and success of the new tourism precinct.

“Together with the dedicated team already in place and those joining us through our recruitment drive, I am eager to deliver world-class tourism and hospitality experiences for the millions who will soon be visiting, especially the locals of Brisbane,” he said.

Original story by: IAG

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