Our people talk about their experience as part of the SKYCITY team. No matter what part of our business you work in, there are great opportunities from entry level through to leadership.
SKYCITY is New Zealand's largest culinary employer. In Auckland alone, we have 400 chefs working across 20+ kitchens, and being big means we have LOTS of opportunities for people to learn, advance and teach alongside some of the most talented chefs in the country. From kitchen hands and apprentices to Sous, Head and Executive Chefs, we have options for you no matter what stage of your career you're at.
Meet Vijay, Restaurant Manager at Andy's Burgers & Bar, one of SKYCITY Auckland's most popular eateries. Vijay joined SKYCITY as a hospitality graduate and has enjoyed career advancement with us... something that EVERYONE who works in our restaurants is able to do.
SKYCITY operates three luxury hotels and resorts across New Zealand and Australia; two in Auckland and one in Darwin. We're also opening a third hotel in Auckland in 2019 and have start construction on a 6-star hotel in Adelaide.
SKYCITY operates New Zealand's largest convention centre and we're about to open an even larger facility (roughly 3-4 times as large) in 2019. Agnes joined SKYCITY as a part-time waiter while she was studying and is now Operations Manager for the Convention Centre.
At SkyCity, it's our vision to be the leader in gaming, entertainment and hospitality in our communities.
In Australia and New Zealand, we employ a team of nearly 6,000 people across our four properties in Adelaide, Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown. The SkyCity team is made up of people who represent over 70 different cultures and we're extremely proud of our diversity. It's important to us that our people reflect the communities within which we operate.
SkyCity operates five casinos, 45+ restaurants and bars, two luxury hotels (with two more due to open in 2020), conventions and events centres, four corporate offices and property services teams and New Zealand's iconic Sky Tower. – less