TWO OF Phuket's best-known brands, Amanpuri and Laguna, are looking for staff, some of them quite senior.
And if you are a professional musician, there are vacancies, too.
MUSICIANS are needed at the Phuket Brewery, which will become an important island brand as soon as it opens on November 21.
The Brewery has hired many of its 200 fulltime staff but is still looking for additional permanent and temporary employees.
The vacancies are for cashiers, waiters, waitresses, a European cook, a Thai cook, a baker, and members of the entertainment team.
The brewery will have its own regular fulltime musicians,playing both Thai traditional music and international music.
Applicants should call Khun Zom on 076 612885-8.
AMANPURI, the resort where celebrities stay, is looking for 99 additional staff for the high season.
Existing staff number about 700 but extra people are needed, especially villa housekeepers, a villa Thai chef, a restaurant manager, an Italian restaurant supervisor, a bar supervisor, a spa supervisor, an IT electrician, 19 waiters and five waitresses, three spa therapists, a spa attendant, three stewards, six cook helpers, a cruiser beach boy, a cruises captain, two gym receptionists, a room maid, a florist attendant, plus 47 villa housekeeping assistants.
Applicants should contact Nattakan Khumprakij on 076 324333 extension 731
WHILE SOME resorts are taking a wait-and-see approach to 2009, Laguna Holiday Club, which opened its Phuket resort headquarters in 2006, is continuing an ambitious expansion program.
The club is looking for ''dynamic individuals'' to join their teams in Bangkok, Phuket, Cha-am, Chiang Mai, Bintan (Indonesia) and Pattaya.
The club says that an unspecified number of sales, marketing and management positions are now available.
Applicants especially are welcome from people who can speak Mandarin or Russian.
Contact Human Resources at Laguna Holiday Club on 076 362400.