Marina Bay Sands and e2i to offer over 300 jobs in joint fair

Positions on offer include roles within the resort’s food and beverage, hotel operations and security teams.

Marina Bay Sands has teamed up with the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) Singapore and the Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC) to hold an exclusive career fair on April 24, where over 300 job openings will be available to Singaporeans.

Positions on offer include roles within the integrated resort’s food and beverage, hotel operations and security teams, among others.

Participants will get the chance to interact with Marina Bay Sands’ team members from various departments, and learn about the inner workings at one of Asia’s largest hospitality establishments.

In addition, representatives from SkillsFuture will conduct a lunchtime talk to educate participants on how they can maximise their SkillsFuture benefits.

Interested applicants will also be able to sign up for on-the-spot interviews during the career fair, which will take place from 10am to 4pm at CDAC @ Redhill.

Chan Yit Foon, Senior Vice President of HR, said: “Marina Bay Sands is always on the lookout for talented and passionate individuals to join our growing family. Whether it is as Chef de Partie within our bustling kitchens, or as service attendants at the forefront of hospitality, job-seekers can explore a wide variety of positions at Marina Bay Sands’ exclusive joint career fair with e2i and CDAC.”

For the full listing of job vacancies, event programme and to register, check out:

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