Badrutt's Palace Hotel

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Palace Circle Of Trust

Palace Circle Of Trust

Nothing is too big for us: great service borders on the magical and our guests’ every wish is our command.

Badrutt's Service Spirit

Nothing is too big for us: in Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, great service borders on the magical, and your every wish is our command.
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Job Opportunities

Motivated? Professional? Loyal? Then please
come this way to the open positions.

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Apprenticeships

Do you want to grow in the hotel business? A Palace apprenticeship is your key to a successful career.

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Spontaneous Application

Are you a pioneer? Who knows, perhaps
we are looking for someone just like you.

Current Vacancies

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FOOD & BEVERAGE

Executive Sous-Chef
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An apprenticeship at Badrutt's Palace Hotel is possible for the following professions:

Apprenticeships are available to Swiss residents. Since we receive many applications, we offer potential candidates the opportunity to do a one-week trial apprenticeship with us in St. Moritz. This is how applicants learn more about the job and the everyday work life in a 5-star hotel. It also gives us the opportunity to get to know the applicant better and to evaluate if she/he is a suitable candidate for us. The one week trial apprenticeship is not a guarantee to be hired.

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Attractive

For our guests – and for you! Staff housing, a catered employee restaurant and various interesting additional services are available. Our priority: motivated and committed employees in a varied and international work environment.
Tradition & Innovation

Tradition & Innovation

Our hotel has been renowned as a leader in luxury and an exemplification of pioneer spirit since 1896. It is a place where tradition and innovation meet and complement each other. Experience firsthand this unique atmosphere and shape the future with us.
Grow With Us

Grow With Us

Your personal and professional development is keenly important to us. That is why we invest in providing the right framework to our employees and promote the continuous updating of skills, right from the start. Regardless of where you are in your career, you will discover development opportunities with Badrutt’s Palace.

Team Spirit

As a family-owned business since 1896, Badrutt’s Palace has a team of 260 passionate employees in summer, 550 in winter. Many are long-time employees, stretching over generations: like a large international family. We work hand in hand to achieve great things together.
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Network

Badrutt’s is an independent company and yet not alone. We cultivate partnerships from which you can benefit. Our network is available for your further education and professional development.
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Liliana Pinto Leal

Why did you decide to work at Badrutt’s
Palace Hotel and which was the first position
you held here?

After finishing my studies in Portugal I had to leave my country and my family because there is so little work there, and I really wanted to gain experience working abroad. Switzerland was a dream destination for me and I was over the moon when I was accepted by Badrutt’s Palace Hotel to work as a chamber maid.

Talk us through your career

I started in Badrutt’s Palace as a chamber maid and at the beginning I didn’t find it very easy to settle in. However my hard work
and learning new languages paid off and I was promoted to Floor Supervisor. I also managed to complete a
Progresso advanced learning and now I work in the laundry as Laundry Supervisor and I am gaining more new
experiences. I am really happy to have this opportunity because I can take on more responsibility in this position and
broaden my experience.

What are your career goals?

My goal is to improve in my role every day and to lead my department to the best of my abilities.

Giuseppe Lo Vasco

Why did you decide to work at Badrutt’s
Palace Hotel and which was the first position
you held here?

When I graduated from hotel school in Italy my aunt recommended
I apply to the 5 star hotels in St. Moritz. Just when I had almost lost hope
of getting a job I heard from Badrutt’s Palace Hotel and they offered me
the position of Commis de Rang in Le Grand Hall.

Talk us through your career

My first job at Badrutt’ s Palace Hotel was Commis de Rang in Le Grand Hall on 17 December 2010. Later, I was promoted to Demi-Chef de Rang and then to Chef de Rang. Through the Palace network I was able to work a summer in Zurich and while there, I improved my German. Then I had the chance to become part of Andreas Caminada’s IGNIV team. The Palace enabled me to undertake further training at the Academy of Hotel Excellence and I could also gain work experience last Spring in Japan. Now I am Restaurant Manager in IGNIV and thanks to the hotel’s faith in me, I can work in summer at Schloss Schauenstein with Andreas Caminada and in winter at the Palace in St. Moritz.

What are your career goals?

My goals for the future are: continue to do what I enjoy doing. Working with a variety of people, recommending a good
wine, taking guests’ orders and processing them quickly and having an enjoyable time with guests and colleagues.

Sara Balatti

Why did you decide to work at Badrutt’s
Palace Hotel and which was the first position
you held here?

I had always wanted to work in a large prestigious hotel known for its
hospitality and impeccable service. Badrutt’s Palace Hotel was my first
choice and I was extremely happy
to start working here as a chamber maid.

Talk us through your career

On my first day at work I was both nervous and excited, two emotions which proved very useful. Being open and alert enabled me to learn fast and learn more than I ever imagined. It very soon became clear that chamber maid work is far more than just cleaning: it is about having an eye for detail, understanding and anticipating the guests’ needs. Working for a company which offers training and promotion opportunities encouraged me to plan my future. After completing a Progresso course I am now Floor Supervisor and I have discovered a job in which I am happy and satisfied and which I enjoy doing.

What are your career goals?

My career goal is to keep developing myself and improving my language skills. I still want to gain more experience in the hotel industry and improve my guest relations skills.

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