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A hotel group based in Matane, Bonaventure and Percé — all seaside cities with beaches in Quebec's Gaspésie region — is hiring 30 hospitality workers for the summer season. Bonus: applicants don't need to speak French for certain positions.
Groupe Riôtel also provides accommodations near the hotel where you work so you won't have to worry about finding somewhere to stay. You'll essentially be paid to live and work in a gorgeous paradise!
Currently, the hotel group is hiring chefs, sous-chefs, hotel hosts, receptionists, maintenance workers, estheticians, pool technicians, bussers, banquet hall workers, call centre agents and more.
Nathalie Blouin, Riôtel's vice-president of sales and marketing, told MTL Blog that while bilingualism is an asset, applicants don't have to speak any French to work in the region due to subsections of Anglophone populations in the Gaspé peninsula.
Each posting is different and requires different education, skills and experience — but suffice to say, we would make the move to work in a small seaside city in Quebec for the summer.
Groupe Riôtel in Gaspésie
Salary: Varies by role
Location: Matane, Bonaventure & Percé, Quebec
Company: Groupe Riôtel
Who Should Apply: Any hospitality worker — French isn't needed.