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We're a diverse, vibrant business and we celebrate that diversity with a range of customer and employee events that encourage a wonderful mix of people to come to our property.
Read about our diversity and culture in the tabs below. To discover more about our vibrant business, people and career opportunities, click the tabs above and visit the SKYCITY Careers blog to find out what our employees say about working for us.
Our casino is the heart of our business, providing round-the-clock entertainment in a fun, safe environment to thousands of visitors each day.
In Auckland, we operate up to gaming tables, fully automated tables and 1, gaming machines, requiring a diverse, talented team who're committed to providing great experiences for our guests.
Our Corporate team works behind the scenes, supporting SKYCITY's success by ensuring operations and strategies are well planned and executed across administration, finance, human resources, communications, information technology, sales, marketing and capital projects.
From entry-level and graduate opportunities through to executive level, it takes a diverse team with a broad mix of skills and expertise to keep our business ticking.
It's a great place to work alongside and learn from some highly experienced people in a welcoming, supportive environment.
And for those who demonstrate their capability, commitment and a great attitude, it's also the perfect place to advance your career.
We also have a third hotel under construction, due to open mid, which means even more career opportunities for experienced, talented people. From Housekeeping, Porters and Concierge to Drivers, Reservations and Receptionists, we employ hundreds of people who ensure our guests have the very best experience.!
It takes a number of truly customer-focused individuals, including Sky Tower Hosts and Duty Managers, to make sure our visitors have the best time.
Whether it's pointing out landmarks from the observation deck, assisting visitors at the elevators, serving at the gift shop or giving directions to other parts of our property, our Hosts play a big part in the Sky Tower experience!
We employ nearly chefs and kitchen stewards across 20 specialist kitchens, from production, pastry, butchery and large scale events, to award-winning a la carte, buffet and casual restaurants serving a wide range of ethnic cuisine.
It makes us New Zealand's biggest employer of culinary professionals. Whether you're a Commis looking to start your career or a seasoned Sous or Head Chef ready for your next challenge, our kitchens are a great place to learn, develop and teach alongside some the industry's finest.
Our chef apprenticeship programme, which accepts 10 people per annum, is New Zealand's largest of its kind and ensures we're developing some of the best future talent available.
Supporting the smooth running of our kitchens are our dedicated team of Stewards who look after duties such as stacking dishwashers and general cleaning.
These roles can be a great first taste of what it's like to work in a kitchen and the perfect first step for a budding chef.
We have a large team of people working behind the scenes in Property Solutions to ensure the smooth running of our Auckland property.
We're often looking for people with experience in these areas, along with a full drivers licence and, in some cases, a forklift licence.
In our Parking Services teams, we have Parking Attendants, Technicians and Supervisors who ensure this vital part of our business is fully operational so guests have an effortless experience when they come to enjoy our casinos, restaurants or hotels.
We operate over 20 restaurants and bars in Auckland along with New Zealand's largest convention centre and a growing out-catering business which caters some of the country's largest events.
In , we're due to open the New Zealand International Convention Centre which will be four times the size of our existing convention centre, attracting international events the likes of which NZ has never seen.
It's a truly exciting time to be part of our team! In our front of house areas, we employee around people, making us one of the biggest hospitality employers in NZ.
Being such a big operation means we can provide lots of career progression opportunities for those of our team who're passionate about the industry.
We have so many success stories from employees who started out as Waiters, Bartenders or Bussers and now manage significant parts of our business.
And, as with most roles in the hospitality sector, everyone needs the flexibility to work a range of shifts and hours, including weekends, nights and public holidays.
Working around the clock to ensure the safety of our customers, employees and property are our dedicated Security Officers , Observant, approachable and customer-focused, our Security team are always around to answer questions, give directions and offer assistance.
It is not located inside the main complex but is adjacent and is connected by a skybridge. It serves mainly older guests, VIPs and high stake gamblers who play at the casino.
The Grand features 21 levels and rooms. Facilities and services include hour room service and reception, a heated lap pool, fitness center, sauna, health spa, personal trainers, baby sitting and a hotel doctor.
The concessions would allow SkyCity to install an extra poker machines, 40 gambling tables, as well as a further 12 gaming tables that could be substituted for automated table game player stations but not poker machines.
SkyCity would also receive an extension to their casino licence, from its expiry in until In exchange, SkyCity would be required to meet the full costs of the convention centre project.
Prime Minister John Key said he was considering making up the shortfall by giving SkyCity public tax money to finish the project — as it would be an "eyesore" if the extra funding was not made available.
The other option was that SkyCity could put in funds of its own to build a large convention centre. The Labour Party claimed the move was a win for those who were opposed to public money bailing out the deal.
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