ME Dubai hosts open day this November

The upcoming five-star property is looking for staff to fill roles across various departments

Those encouraged to attend are professionals looking to fill roles across F&B, front office, guest experience, health club & spa and housekeeping
Those encouraged to attend are professionals looking to fill roles across F&B, front office, guest experience, health club & spa and housekeeping

Upcoming five-star Me by Melia’s Dubai is hosting a casting day/open day to hire staff for the hotel.

Those encouraged to attend are professionals looking to fill roles across F&B, front office, guest experience, health club & spa and housekeeping.

The two-hour event, which has an AM and PM slot, will give candidates a tour of the property, followed by a session where candidates present themselves.

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Successful candidates shall be ushered into a brand introduction talk by the hotel’s GM, Stefan Viard.

ME’s casting day will take place on Sunday, November 24. There will be a session at 11am-1pm and a session at 6pm-8pm.

Candidates can bring a CV and confirm their attendance by submitting their CV to: hr.medubai@melia.com

The hotel has been designed by the late Dame Zaha Hadid, along with development from Omniyat. The property will consist of 93 rooms and suites within the 95-metre Opus building in Downtown Dubai. Across its 19 floors it shall also have signature suites and 98 serviced apartments.

In an exclusive to Hotelier Middle East, it was revealed back in 2018 that the opening of Me by Melia's Dubai hotel had been delayed to Q4 2019 from Q4 of 2018. The hotel is now expected to open in 2020.

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