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Antigua and Barbuda PM Gaston Browne invites public to participate in job fair by Royal Caribbean Group

Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, has invited the general public of the twin-island nation to participate in the ‘Job Fair’ organised by the Government.

St John, Antigua and Barbuda: The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, has invited the general public of the twin-island nation to participate in the ‘Job Fair’ organised by the Government.

As per the reports, the job fair will majorly focus on the recruitment of individuals for the shipboard positions. It has been informed that the Royal Caribbean Group has collaborated with the Ministry of Tourism and Investment of Antigua and Barbuda to provide employment opportunities to the eligible population of the nation.

The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Browne, took to his official social media accounts to extend the invitation towards the residents and citizens of the nation. He mentioned, “Meet us in Antigua for a job fair! We are hiring for all shipboard positions!”

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Additionally, he stated, “Royal Caribbean Group is excited to host a job fair in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism and Investment.”

According to the official update, the scheduled date for the fair is July 11-12, 2023, and the time is 9 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4 pm. The selected venues are John E. St. Luce Finance and Convention and Centre Factory Road, St. John’s, Antigua.

As per the update shared by the Royal Caribbean Group, they will be hiring for the following positions:
Executive Chef
Executive Sous Chef
Executive Sous Chef Pastry & Bakery
Sous Chef Pastry
1st Cook
2nd Cook
Executive Chef
Executive Sous Chef
Executive Sous Chef Pastry & Bakery
Sous Chef Pastry
1st Cook
2nd Cook

Additionally, the interested audience was informed that one must be pre-registered in order to attend. Once registered, one of the associated representatives will contact you with the details of this event.

REGISTER HERE TODAY: rclctrac.com

In the end, every participant was informed that no money was included in the process of hiring. “NOTE: Royal Caribbean Group will not ask applicants to pay money for applying, interviewing, or securing a position or shipboard assignment,” the post informed.

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