Thalias Hospitality

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A New Opening, and we’re hiring!

A shimmering new restaurant in the sky is looking for a great new team ready to soar.\

Speaking of recruitment, the big day for the opening of a brand new Italian style steakhouse is ever closer, and that means we’re looking to hire a fresh, dynamic and committed new team to join the Thalias fold. Siena promises to be a bold, lively venue with a great menu, great atmosphere and great views across the whole of Phnom Penh city. We’re looking for a team that reflects that setting, as well as Thalias’ team values of kindness, curiosity, optimism, self-awareness, ethics, and compassion.

What does all that mean? Well, it means that we hire character not experience. Even if you’ve never set foot at work on a restaurant floor before, we can teach you the technicalities. What’s most important to us is the person you are, how you treat your colleagues and customers and, above all, your willingness to learn.

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The Siena team is looking to recruit at all levels, for management and team members, including a Restaurant Manager, Restaurant Captains, Chef de Partie, Sous Chef, Bartenders, Waiters, Dishwashers and more. So if you think you have the Thalias spark, check out the email below and send us your CV together with a brief cover letter explaining which position you’re applying for and why.

And in light of our previous article on How to be a First Class Employer, we can say that Thalias offers more than just good salaries and working conditions. Thalias offers a way up, and will support anyone with the ambition and the talent to excel at what they do. We will invest in your training and development as much as you invest in your job. If that sounds like a fair deal, then write to us now at:, or send a message through Telegram to: 016 579 555 or 106 847 888.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Siena Italian Steakhouse

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