There’s a wide range of departments you can join in the hotel industry. This includes:
Working for a hotel comes with a lot of benefits, perks, and opportunities for growth. Click on ‘Why Work For A Hotel?’ in the ‘Careers’ tab above to find out what they are.
The requirements vary according to the hotel and role you’re applying for. To be sure,
check on the Minimum Education requirement specified in the job description. In some cases,
specialist certificates may be required.
That said, your level of education is not the most important factor in your application. More than anything, what we’re looking for is passion, excellent communication skills, a collaborative attitude, and a love for creating happiness. Regardless of background, age, or educational level – you are welcome to apply!
Hotels are always on the lookout for candidates who are passionate about hospitality. Candidates should be diligent, service-oriented and a team player. Regardless of background, age, or educational level – you are welcome to apply!
There are a variety of roles with different working hours to cater to different employees’ needs:
If the role requires shift work, each work day runs between 8 to 12 hours. For example, 7am to 3pm / 11am to 7pm / 3 to 11pm / 11pm to 7am. Speak to your hiring manager to find out more and to help you land the right job for your needs.
There’s a variety of Flexible Work Arrangements available like flexi-time and compressed work
week. For example, flexi-time allows you to start your work day at allocated times, while a
compressed work week allows you to work a shorter week, i.e. instead, you may have a 4-day
instead of 5-day work week.
However, this differs from hotel to hotel. Speak to the hotels’ hiring manager to find out more and to help you land the right job for your needs.
There’s a variety of roles and opportunities available in the Business of Happiness. Not all roles require shift work. Speak to your hiring manager to find out more and to help you land the right job for your needs.
Get ready for a fulfilling career that offers you both upward advancement as well as
cross-department opportunities to grow.
The hotel industry prides itself in recognising and rewarding the hard work of its staff. Some of our hoteliers have risen through the ranks from an entry level position to become General Managers!
For a full chart on possible career pathways, visit MySkillsFuture.sg.
The salary varies from hotel to hotel, and on the role that you are interested in. Speak to your hiring manager to find out more and to help you land the right job for your needs.
Head to our ‘Careers’ tab and click on ‘Explore Hotel Careers’ at the bottom of the page.
The link will take you to MyCareersFuture.sg where you can view a list of hotel and
hospitality roles available. Please note that these roles are open to locals only,
and you will need to log in with SingPass to apply for a job.
Alternatively, you can check out JOBSCONNECT, or the respective hotel’s website to apply for a position with them directly.
Yes, you can do so by applying to the hotel directly. Otherwise, you may view the jobs available at JOBSCONNECT, and get in touch with the hotel’s point of contact provided in the job listing.
Yes! Many of our hotels currently have older workers who have decided to come out of retirement
to serve in a variety of roles.
Most hotels are happy to tailor their job roles to suit the needs of their older workers. Discuss your needs with the hiring manager who’s there to help you find the right job. Regardless of age, background, or educational level – you are welcome to apply!
You may try out the job through Career Trial, a programme offered by Workforce Singapore (WSG) and the
Employment and Employability Institute (NTUC’s e2i) under the Adapt and Grow initiative. This programme
provides you and your prospective employer the opportunity to assess job fit through a short term trial.
At the end of the Career Trial, employers may offer you employment if you are found suitable for the job.
For more information about Career Trial, click here.