Become part of our family-run hotel group and apply today for one of our open apprenticeships. We also offer the opportunity to complete a trial apprenticeship with us. Internships as part of the training at a Swiss hotel management school are also possible.
You make sure that the guest feels well looked after. You know everything important about food and drinks, you know the secrets of wines and you can mix different cocktails. Being a host gives you pleasure and fun. With empathy, good manners and a well-groomed, tidy appearance you fulfil the guests' wishes in a courteous and reliable way. You are also able to work under pressure, flexible and a team player.
The kitchen is a workplace for imaginative explorers and creative minds with a good sense of smell and taste. You will learn how to prepare tasty meals from high-quality, seasonal foods and how to arrange them attractively on the plate. With your work you will surprise your guests every day anew. As part of a team, you master hectic situations with a cool head and a smile. Of course you have quick hands and are quite quick on your feet.
The hotel rooms are your kingdom. You are responsible for making the guest feel at home in their four walls, taking care of room cleaning, laundry, decorations or the breakfast service. You work closely with the reception and support other colleagues in their tasks. You like contact with people and foreign cultures and always find a competent solution for the guest's concerns.
You take reservations, provide information, handle correspondence and write invoices. A friendly, confident manner, language skills and good manners are just as much in demand in this lively, sometimes turbulent profession as organisational talent and flair for figures. Your workplaces are the reception and the office.
The hotel is your stage. Here you are a host who is interested and in demand. In front of and behind the scenes, you look after the hotel guests in the various areas and make sure they have a pleasant stay. You act as a hub and communicate with employees, partners, business people and guests from all over the world. Strong social skills, organisational talent and administrative skills are important prerequisites.
Flavio Fermi ist erfolgreicher Küchenchef Osteria TRE im Bad Bubendorf Hotel; ausgezeichnet mit 1 Stern Michelin und aktuell 16 Punkten GaultMillau. Schon früh hat er seine Passion für den Kochberuf gespürt und sich gegen die Empfehlungen und Ratschläge von Lehrern und Eltern durchgesetzt. Er fragt sich, ob heute wirklich das Interesse für dieses Berufsgattung fehlt? Lesen Sie hier seinen Gastbeitrag.