Te Pae Christchurch launches recruitment campaign for 100 new employees



Te Pae Christchurch Convention Center is looking for around 100 new staff to join its team ahead of the center’s opening in October.

The Center launched its largest recruiting campaign this week, offering a range of casual positions in its culinary services, event services and venue presentation departments.

With more than 70 events to its name, ranging from small tasting dinners to multi-day conventions and exhibitions, the center is hoping for applications from a wide range of applicants.

Te Pae Christchurch chief executive Ross Steele said the center’s opening date had been announced and recruitment was on full steam, with around 100 casual positions to fill in the coming months.

Steele said “that as a key regeneration project, Te Pae Christchurch has a responsibility to the city of Ōtautahi Christchurch to generate continued economic and social impact. Providing meaningful employment is an important part of meeting these obligations.

“There may be people who want to work with us because of the difference we will make to our city, others because they are interested in building design or technology, or because they want to pursue a career in the hospitality industry. We would love to hear from them all.

As a member of the ASM Global group, the world’s largest site management company with over 300 locations worldwide, Te Pae Christchurch is also uniquely positioned to provide opportunities to gain international experience and knowledge at the global level. local, perfect for those who view hospitality as a career or perhaps looking to upgrade their skills in their chosen field.

Click here to view the available opportunities of Te Pae.

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