There are alot of chefs and waitresses working out there who are mostly expats. Bermudians do not like to work unsociable hours, so do not seem th be interested in these type of jobs. There are also lots of English nanny's and hairdressers. The agencies normally find the staff which the Bermudians can not fill.
I worked as a Silver service/Bar Waitress.
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This was arranged by the agency in Bermuda.
You have to forward copies of qualifications and a C.V.
No language course needed. The culture is very much like American.
Certainly in Bermuda, it was quite easy through the Bermudian agency. We worked a six day week, which was pretty normal for catering staff. My appartment was already found for me by the resturant, this is the largest expence.