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Front Of House Supervisor, Bedfordshire, Whitbread

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
ID #1118046898
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Front Of House Supervisor, Bedfordshire, Whitbread
United Kingdom, Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Front of house supervisor


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Front of House Supervisor Priory Marina Beefeater Bedford, MK41 9DJ25 Hours per WeekUp to £11.50 per Hour At Beefeater, we do grill house jobs differently. Award-winning training. All the support you need. And brilliant career prospects. It's about giving our own people a great experience, so they serve up the classic steaks, juicy burgers and delicious meat-free options that have kept our guests coming back for almost 50 years At the heart of this are our front of house teams. And their fantastic leaders. Leading your busy team. Organising rotas. Forming a winning partnership with the management and kitchen teams to make sure all aspects of our restaurant experience are welcoming, safe and brilliant. All to make them feel at home while they dine with us. That's why we’ll make you feel at home, too. In a team that’s always there for each other, with time for a bit of a laugh as you get the job done. What does it take to join our team? A genuine desire to deliver the very best guest experience. By making everyone feel special, from guests to your team. You already know how to manage, motivate and organise the people around you. How to work with them to offer the very best service in often tight deadlines. And always with a smile. It’s likely that you’ll already be an experienced duty manager, team manager or supervisor. With a sharp eye for detail, excellent organisational skills and a fantastic way with people. To ensure each visit to the restaurant is a brilliant one. Our fantastic offer We’ve been a Top Employer for twelve years running Full induction and training - just for starters Free, award-winning apprenticeship that means you can earn while you learn No zero-hours contracts - minimum guaranteed hours Grow your career anywhere. Hotels, pubs and restaurants, across the UK and beyond Discounts on everything from hotels and restaurants, to shops, gyms and eye tests We’ll even match what you give to your favourite charities. Beefeater, part of the Whitbread Group It’s not just about bringing the best out of you. Or joining an inclusive business where anyone can build the career they want. Or enjoying being part of a great team and getting the job done. It’s not even about helping to write an exciting new chapter in our 275-year-old story. It’s about taking every opportunity we give you to constantly improve. To get better qualifications. To develop your skills. To gain more experience. To become a better person. Because, as you become better, we become better. Because at Whitbread, we make it together. Ready to take your career to the next level at Whitbread? Then apply now. Whitbread is an inclusive employer. We believe that everyone is unique and there should be no barriers to entry and no limits to ambition. We welcome your application whatever your background or situation. Under-represented groups such as women, ethnic minorities, people with disabilities & members of the LGBTQ community (those who identify as gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans sexual, non-binary or use another term), are strongly encouraged to build a career with us. We are open to part-time and flexible working and, where possible, will try to support this.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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