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Need A Job? This Restaurant In Melbourne Is Hiring A Roti Canai Chef For RM17,100 A Month

Time to move to Australia.

Cover image via Roti Bar (Facebook) & Kin Kin/Google Maps

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Attention, Malaysian job seekers!

A Malaysian restaurant in Melbourne, Australia is looking to hire a talented individual who can flip roti canai for a living.

The restaurant, known as Roti Bar on Little Collins Street, claims they serve the finest Malaysian cuisine in the city and is looking to expand their team.

As they take pride in roti canai and have even named their restaurant after the dish, they are hoping to hire a specialised 'Roti Canai Chef'

In an advertisement posted on online job portal Seek, the restaurant is offering between AUD60,000 and AUD65,000 (approximately between RM190,000 and RM205,000) annually for the full-time position.

That works out to about AUD5,400 (RM17,100) a month!

According to the ad, job requirements for potential candidates include:
– Must have experience in flipping roti canai
– Basic flipping skills is essential, but training will be provided to meet restaurant standards
– Able to work under pressure
– Responsible and able to take instructions
– Must have full working rights in Australia

Employee benefits include accommodation and staff meals, as well as being in a "stable organisation with long term employment" and a "sponsorship for qualified candidates".

Image via Seek

Interested candidates should know they will be working with head chef, Ray, a Malaysian who currently resides in Melbourne

Besides making the "best roti in Melbourne", candidates will also have much more to learn as Roti Bar also serves a whole menu of Malaysian fan-favourites such as banana leaf rice, nasi lemak, nasi biryani, seafood laksa, chicken satay, and more.

FYI, according to a menu on Zomato, a piece of roti canai costs AUD7.90 (RM25) in the restaurant; served with chicken curry, it's AUD13.90 (RM44).

The job listing remains active despite being posted 25 days ago, so the position still seems available.

If you are interested, try submitting an application here.

We can think of a few candidates in Malaysia with impressive roti canai flipping skills:

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