One of the fastest-growing, privately held hospitality companies in the Asia-Pacific, Oceania and Indian Ocean regions.
Q. How long before I hear if I've been selected for an interview?
A. If you are selected for an interview for the position currently advertised, you will usually hear from us within 30 days. If you do not hear from us within that time frame, it's most likely that someone else was selected for the position. However, your application will be kept on file and you may be contacted regarding future openings.
Q. How long will my application be kept on file?
A. Your application will be kept on file for 3 months from the date of receipt.
Q. What is the starting pay?
A. Pay and benefits vary by position and by location. All compensation packages are competitive with the local market.
Q. Should I attach my resume to my application or send it in the mail?
A. No. We hire based on job qualifications, so if you've filled out the application form completely, we have all the information we need.
Q. Does Outrigger offer internships?
A. Occasionally. Generally internships are non-paid and taken as part of a graduation requirement at the intern's college or university. To date, most internships have been offered in the Waikiki location. Priority is given to applicants who are in hospitality degree programs in four-year colleges and universities.
Q. I'm a diving instructor/massage therapist/aerobics instructor. Do you ever have openings for people with my qualifications?
A. At the current time, these services, when offered in our properties, are offered by concessionaires. Therefore, Outrigger does not hire for these positions.
Q. I am willing to take any position in any location in which Outrigger operates. I'll do anything to move to a tropical destination, but I'm not qualified for any of the positions for which you're currently recruiting on-line. How can I submit an application?
A. For most positions, it is our practice at Outrigger to interview candidates locally. This helps us ensure that our employees are knowledgeable about their "place" -- the resort destination in which they will be working. This knowledge is vitally important to our success. The bottom line is that submitting your application locally and being there for an interview is your best bet.