Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea & Kempinski Hotel Aqaba Red Sea announced that they held the second annual Career Day at Kempinski Hotel Amman as part of their community involvement initiatives and their ongoing support of talent from the local community.
The career day witnessed a successful interaction between hundreds of local candidates and top executives and managers of the two hotels.
"We see the importance of offering career opportunities to the local market on a regular basis as part of Kempinski's commitment to the communities it operates in, as well as a desire to find candidates who are willing to learn and eager to work for Kempinski Hotels. We are seeking qualified candidates with a passion for the five-star hotel business who are looking for growth opportunities within a worldwide company,” said Mr. Patrick Ritter, General Manager and Area Director at Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea.
“Jordan has a rich history of hospitality and we have gained some excellent talent from this market. Many of whom have risen to leadership levels in their departments and have had opportunities to work for Kempinski in other exciting destinations,” he added.
As Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, Kempinski is committed to attracting the best talent in each of thirty-one countries where its hotels are located. A great example is Chef Sudqi Al Naddaf who started his career with Kempinski at Kempinski Hotel Aqaba Red Sea and has now moved to Kempinski Mall of the Emirates in Dubai as Executive Chef; as well as Mr. Wissam Sulieman who started his career with Kempinski at Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea is now the General Manager of Kempinski Residences and Suites Doha, Qatar.