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Food and Beverage Supervisor Our Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant, Grain Street in Merchant Street Valletta, Malta is looking for a Food and Beverage Supervisor. This is a rare chance to join a talented team in which you will be challenged to learn and develop your skills through persistence to achieve perfection. You will be involved in the day-to-day operation and the preparation and delivery of exclusive high-end events with no equivalent on the island.
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Plant Technician Under the general guidance and supervision of the Maintenance Manager, and within the limits of the established hotel policies and procedures
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Internship Program The AX Hotels internship program is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the various hospitality functions and hands-on experience. The program includes a rotation within each function, allowing the student to recognize the main functions of each hospitality discipline and to experience the inter-dependencies of various disciplines.
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Site Supervisor This is a supervisory position in the restoration sector. The foreman is the main point of reference for workers on site, and the go-between with workers and management. Managing the site restoration works by supervising and guiding workers according to plan.
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Shutterer / Steel Fixer AX Construction is actively seeking skilled Shutterers/Steel Fixers to join our team. As a Shutterer/Steel Fixer, you'll play a vital role in the construction process by installing and fixing steel structures across various project sites. We're looking for individuals with at least 4 years of experience in similar roles who are adept at interpreting working plans and drawings.
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Mechanic AX Construction is currently hiring a dedicated Mechanic to join our team. Operating from the AX Construction Garage in Hardrocks Industrial Park, Burmarrad, you'll be instrumental in maintaining and optimizing our fleet of vehicles and machinery. We're seeking individuals with at least 3 years of hands-on experience in a similar role, particularly skilled in electrical systems, diagnostics, and hydraulic repairs.
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Heavy Vehicle Driver With a strong commitment to quality, safety, and customer satisfaction, AX Construction has successfully completed numerous projects across Malta. As we continue to grow, we are currently seeking a skilled Heavy Vehicle Driver to join our team.
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Mobile Crane Operator AX Construction is looking for a Mobile Crane Operator. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in our construction projects by operating mobile cranes to lift, move, and position heavy materials, equipment, and structures. Your primary responsibility will be to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the crane while adhering to all safety regulations and project specifications.
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Security Officer (Part Time) The Security Officer position at Hilltop Gardens Retirement Village entails the crucial responsibility of ensuring the safety and protection of clients, visitors, and staff, along with maintaining the security of assets and the premises.
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Celebrating International Girls in ICT Day

AX Group’s Chief Technology Officer, Marthese Vella was invited as guest speaker during an event organised to celebrate International Girls in ICT Day.

The event, held on the 25 of April 2024 at Microsoft offices at SkyParks Business Centre in Luqa was organised by eSkills Malta Foundation, in collaboration with Microsoft Malta, the National School Support Services, and the Digital Literacy within SFCE and the Secretariat for Catholic Education. The event highlighted the importance of female leadership and participation in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.

Female leadership and participation in the ICT sector are important for several reasons, comments Ms. Vella. Firstly, diversity in leadership enriches perspectives and promotes innovation. By including women in leadership roles, companies can tap into a broader range of ideas and approaches, leading to more creative solutions to challenges.

Secondly, the ICT sector, like many others, benefits from a diverse workforce. Women bring unique skills and experiences to the table, which can help address the skills gap and enhance the overall competitiveness of the industry.

Marthese highlights that “female leadership and participation in the ICT sector serve as powerful role models for future generations. By seeing women in leadership positions, young girls are inspired to pursue careers in STEM fields, thereby contributing to a more inclusive and equitable workforce in the future.”

Women often bring a different perspective to technology design and development, leading to products and services that better meet the needs of diverse user groups. This can result in more inclusive technologies that serve a wider range of people she continues.

Overall, promoting female leadership and participation in the ICT sector is not only a matter of equality but also a strategic imperative for fostering innovation, driving economic growth, and building a more inclusive society.