Job summary

WAITER or WAITRESS for hotels or restaurants in the Tyrolean region

with German language skills level B2



a) Chef de rang: Restaurant Manager m/f

b) Commis de rang: Restaurant Manager Assistant m/f

c)  Waiter / Waitress

d)  Servant in the restaurant: waiter assistant m/f

e)  Breakfast server m/f


Job description

a)  restaurant management,  organizing  all matters concerning the efficiency in the restaurant, serving guests, complaint management, filleting, carving, flambéing, wine knowledge – semi sommelier m/f

b) support of the restaurant manager m/f in all areas

c) serving guests in the restaurant, cover the table, dump the table, pour the beverages, fulfill the wishes of the guests

d) assisting the waiter m/f in all matters of the restaurant

e) serving guests in the restaurant, cover the table, dump the table, pour the beverages, fulfill the wishes of the guests

f) mix cocktails according to standard recipes or their own recipes, evening service



a) completed vocational training/completed apprenticeship

b) completed vocational training/completed apprenticeship

c) completed vocational training/completed apprenticeship

d) completed vocational training not compulsory; mandatory school

e) completed vocational training not compulsory; mandatory school


For all:

German language skills level B1

English knowledge of advantage

Relevant work experience of advantage

Willingness to work in shift operation


Working hours and place:

 40-48 hours per week, 5 to 6 days per week, including weekends

Places of work: tourism region of Tyrol Austria


Summer Season in Tyrol: Beginning from May/June 2022 (depending on the region) until Oktober 2022


Some companies offer a salary of EUR 1.800 € - 2.300 € gross on a 40- 48 hours basis (depending on training and professional experience)

Many employers are ready for overpayment if the skills are met by the worker (depending on education and work experience and is always negotiable with the employer)

According to the Austrian labor market law, 13th and 14th salary are aliquoted

Please do not forget that accommodation and meals are usually free of charge with the wage offer


Benefits and other information:

You must have a work permit or free access to the Austrian labor market.

If you are employed all year round, you are entitled to 25 working days of   vacation. You acquire 2.08 vacation days per month. So with 5 months of work, about 10-12 days off.

Accommodation for free (some maybe ask for a small contribution for electricity, water and heating – e.g. EUR 50)

Single rooms or small apartments with kitchen.

Meals for free - Internet / Wi-Fi for free

Some leisure time activities like treatments (spa/wellness, gym, ski day tickets…) can be bought price reduced or some free.

 High appreciation of the employees.

Health, pension, social and unemployment insurance from the 1st working day.

Regulated working hours and days off.

Exact time recording.

A working atmosphere characterized by respect and mutual support.

Personal development and individual advancement of personal strengths.




The staff is tested for Covid-19 before the start of work and on an ongoing basis.

Ongoing instruction by a safety officer and a company doctor.

For protection, guests and staff continue to wear mouth and nose protection in the event of direct contact.


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How to apply?

 Curriculum vitae and motivation letter by e-mail


to       Mrs. Helga Steinberger (EURES Advisor Tyrol)


Skype: live:.cid.384f24095d695af4

Job restrictions

German Language Level B2
Preferably with work permit for Austria
(otherwise the employer has to apply for the work Permit at the center for foreigners in Innsbruck, Tyrol)

Job details
Work experience:
Work experience is required
Language skills:
  • German
  • Good
Number of positions:
Date of expiry:
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