Landmark Harrogate hotel's new recruitment drive as hospitality sector reopens as part of roadmap
With pent-up demand expected to be significant, despite Prime Minister's Boris Johnson s latest advice for a "heavy dose of caution" on the day he allowed bars, cafes, restaurants and hotels customers indoors for the first time since last year, the The DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa is looking to fill include vacancies across the board.
With the hospitality sector emerging from lockdown fully, positions this landmark Harrogate hotel is looking to fill include chefs, kitchen porters, spa therapists, bar staff, waiting on staff and spa therapists.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa's general manager Andy Barnsdale said: “As we prepare to welcome back leisure guests from this Monday, we are also looking to recruit a host of new team members.
“For the last month, we have been steadily bringing staff back from furlough, and to ensure that customers’ receive the quality service they rightly demand of us, we are looking to take on as many as 20 new full and part time employees.
“We are looking to recruit staff who care about standards, have great people skills and are keen to join a really great team.
“The Majestic is a Harrogate landmark. It’s a fantastic place to work, and, for those looking for a career in the hospitality industry, this is a brilliant place to learn and progress.”
Further information about the job opportunities at the DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa are available by calling the hotel on 01423 700300, or by visiting the Cairn Group (the hotel owners) website at: https://careers.cairnhotelgroup.com/jobs.aspx
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