-- Their telephone number is (972) 9 957 8049 . You might phone them up and ask to speak with the General Manager. -- Their FAX number is (972) 9 957 8029 . You might send a …FAX to that number, with "Attention GeneralManager" on the cover page. -- Their sales website is email@example.com . You might send an email there, and put "Attention General Manager" in the Subject line. -- Their street address is .
Ritz-Carlton Hotel 2 HaShunit Street Herzliya Marina 46555 Israel.
You might write a letter to "Hotel General Manager" at thataddress. === Whatever mode of contact you choose, the General Manager isprobably not the person to ask for a job. On the slim chance that you do actuallyget in touch with the General Manager, and the even slimmer chance that he wantsto have a conversation with you, you should be prepared to make your fullcase ... how you can be valuable to the hotel, what your special skills andexperience are, and maybe why you want to work there (although nobody's reallyinterested in that). But the best you can realistically hope for is that whoever youactually make contact with, they'll put you in touch with the person who actuallyhires people. So the approach you should take in your phone call, FAX, email, orletter is: "Would you please tell me who I can speak to in order toapply for employment at your wonderful establishment ?" === You could also do what I did just now . . . search the web for"Ritz Carlton Employment", and start exploring the loads of websites on the list that comesup. Right there on the first page are sites with job applications ! ======= If your heart is so firmly set on working at that one particularRitz-Carlton, you might want to consider "paying your dues" for a while first . . .go to work at ANY Ritz-Carlton that will hire you, work hard, learn how their hotelsand their company operate, do good work, make a name and a reputation for yourself,and THEN, after a while, with a good work record and people in the companywho will give you a good recommendation, investigate the possibility of transferring to the one where you'd really rather work. Good luck. And don't forget to start studying your Hebrew, thesooner the better. ( Full Answer )