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Become a high flyer with us
A career flying high? At Austria's tallest building, the Danube Tower, that's on the daily agenda, so to speak. Turm Restaurant, Turm Café and Donaubräu: Everyday work (and culinary) offers plenty of variety, depending on the strengths of our current and future employees.
Positions behind the scenes - from the reservations department to technology and accounting - round off the job offer and ensure that up to 400,000 foreign and local visitors can visit the Danube Tower each year.
What makes the Danube Tower so special? As one of Vienna's best-known landmarks, we look positively and with foresight into the future. Fortunately, up and down is only for the position that can't be found anywhere else: the lift operator.
Discover our open positions and become a high-flyer.
Career in the Danube Tower: open positions
Cook at the Donaubräu (f/m/d)
Full time and year round position
5 days week
Lift operator (m/f/d)
20 hours - 4 days/week
Marginal: 10 hours- 2 days/week
Frontdesk staff (m/f/d)
no night duties
20 - 30 hours
Receptionist with service activities (m/f/d) in the Turm Restaurant
Part time: 20 hours
Marginal: 10 hours
Supervisor Turm Cafè and Turm Restaurant (m/f/d)
Full time with 45 hours
Bar staff (m/f/d)
Full-time or part-time (20 hours)
High, higher, highest: At the very top of the Turm Restaurant, at a height of 170 m, everything revolves around Austrian cuisine in the truest sense of the word. Experience Viennese hospitality and local wines while enjoying the panoramic view of Vienna.
Viennese Melange: The traditional style of the 1960s meets the coffee culture of the Turm Café with a unique view from a height of 160 meters. Coffee specialties and classics are the perfect accompaniment to apple strudel, Sacher cake and co.
Refreshingly down-to-earth: This applies both to the Donaubräu with its view of the Donaupark and to the specially brewed and served tower beer. Relaxed hours are on the menu in the indoor and outdoor areas.
The Danube Tower to take home: The souvenir store on the first floor is waiting with personal souvenirs, gifts and more for visitors from near and far who don't want to miss out on a piece of Vienna.