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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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Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

Written by Romina Pace, Head of Human Resources-AX Hotels

None of us could really understand the impact of COVID-19 when it struck us way back in March.  The only certain and common factor amongst different nations and communities was our undeterred focus to protect and safeguard our loved ones, the elderly and the vulnerable, healthcare workers and front liners.

Over the past eight months, we’ve all witnessed the global impact and severe consequences of this virus and it has shocked us beyond our core. The pandemic has challenged us all to rethink, reassess and re-evaluate our priorities, amongst great difficulty, ambiguity and uncertainty, both on a personal and professional level.

Many companies went above and beyond to ensure that their task force retained their livelihood during these hard times and the government’s grant to support employment has surely helped to save jobs.  Unfortunately, I also recognize that not everyone is as fortunate or well-equipped, especially businesses that were small or had just started out.

The strategies that the authorities implemented to flatten the covid-19 curve such as social distancing, stay-at-home orders, travel and mobility restrictions have resulted in the temporary closure of many hospitality businesses and significantly decreased the demand for businesses that were allowed to continue to operate.

There are times where in this situation, most people feel deflated, disheartened, and drained and it is normal that most of us feel this way.  I always remind myself that there is no harm in looking at the bright side of things and thinking with a positive outlook.

I strongly believe that the only way to cope with this upheaval is by sticking together and making the best use of everyone’s strengths. Throughout all the chaos that characterised 2020, we’ve come to the realisation that life is too short, and tomorrow is not a guarantee.  We must find ways to make it better for our own good. Let us remember that every cloud has a silver lining so we must never give up on life, life is beautiful. Let us be a light in someone’s darkness.