Emaar Hospitality group has reported that it will be conducting a worldwide search to find talented young people who are interested in the hospitality sector, with the absolute target of feeding the most skilled individual for a senior position in the company.
This opportunity is open to all the ages from 26 or below, the talent hunting competition will look at the winner taken through a three-year, all-expenses paid programme.
Olivier Harnisch, CEO of Emaar Hospitality, “With the guest profile changing and a new generation of travellers and entrepreneurs demanding new hospitality experiences, it is important to have youthful thinking and young leaders, who can lead the industry to the next era.”
Harnisch also mentioned that the measure “aims to open doors to learn about the industry from the experts and build a rewarding career in a managerial role.”
Emaar Hospitality is supporting applicants from all backgrounds to apply online by uploading a personal video at www.theworldsgreatesthospitalitytalent.com. Eight candidates will be shortlisted and called to Dubai for a one-week casting and interview activity.
The winning candidate should be below 26 years of age, and must have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from any discipline by the time training starts in September 2018. In addition, the winner will get remuneration as per industry standards, including housing and transport allowance.
In the position of interim general manager, the winner will work with a number of aspects by shadowing the CEO and senior managers, and will also obtain a fully-funded executive MBA programme in Dubai.
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