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date_icon_black31 Oct 2018
location_icon_blackEmirates Stadium
currency_icon_black£10.50 per hour (40 hours a week guaranteed)
date_icon_black31 Oct 2018
location_icon_blackEmirates Stadium
currency_icon_black £10.50 per hour (40 hours a week guaranteed)
You’re so organised your 2018 diary is already planned out for the rest of the year to the last millisecond, you anticipate problems before they eve
MDS believe that their graduates are the leaders of tomorrow and offer programmes within the food and fresh produce industry. Our rotational programme will equip you with the skills you need to grow your career and quickly progress to a management position.
Buchanan Search was founded in 2013 by James Baker, who brought over 10 years of recruitment and executive search experience to the firm.
RedTusk was established with the overriding objective to deliver high performing sales personnel to some of world’s most exciting businesses.   We recruit across the North of England, London, and the Southwest and we have also on occasio…
Beatons Tearooms and Bookshop is inspired by society photographer Cecil Beaton and bring gracious hospitality, home made cakes and light meals to your table seven days a week.
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HELPING YOU FIND A CAREER IN Catering and Hospitality

Graduate catering and hospitality jobs might mean organising large scale events such as corporate dinners, society parties or any number of other things - wherever they work, catering and hospitality graduates will inevitably have a lot of plates to juggle. Find your next job here...

LOOKING FOR an Hospitality CAREER?
Q
How much can I earn as a Hospitality Manager?
earnings
Positions in the hospitality industry are very varied and depending on position and level of work salaries can vary from £15,000 per year up to in the region of £45,000 (or above) for managerial roles. Income figures are intended as a guide only.
Q
What qualifications do I need to be a Hospitality Manager?
qualifications
Training for the hospitality industry is often more vocational than academic, based on practical experience as much as it is theoretical understanding.
Q
What skills do I need to be A Hospitality Manager?
skills
Different roles in the hospitality sector will require slightly different skills, but the majority of roles will require you to have:
  • Team work
  • Communication skills
  • Time management skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to work alone
  • Commercial awareness
  • Leadership skills
  • Financial skills
Q
What experience do I need to get a job in Hospitality?
experience
Relevant practical experience is essential in the hospitality industry, so it is worthwhile to find seasonal or part-time work in catering in places such as hotels, travel agents or restaurants. Demonstrating strong commercial understanding and how a catering business works will impress employers.
LOOKING FOR a Catering CAREER?
Q
How much can I earn as a Caterer?
earnings
Positions in the catering industry are very varied and depending on position and level of work salaries can vary from £15,000 per year up to in the region of £45,000 (or above) for managerial roles. Income figures are intended as a guide only.
Q
What qualifications do I need to be a Caterer?
qualifications
Training for the catering industry is more vocational than academic, based on practical experience as much as it is theoretical understanding. After a Bachelors Degree Postgraduate study is not necessary to enter into the catering industry, but if you are looking to develop skills for higher management roles within the industry there are many reputable universities who offer postgraduate courses. To start on one of these postgraduate courses you would usually be expected to have an honours degree at 2.2 grade or above. If you do not have a degree but do have relevant work experience many universities will accept your application based on this.
Q
What skills do I need to be a Caterer ?
skills
Different roles in the catering sector will require slightly different skills, but the majority of roles will require you to have:
  • Team work
  • Communication skills
  • Time management skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to work alone
  • Commercial awareness
  • Leadership skills
  • Financial skills
Q
What experience do I need to get a job in Catering?
experience
Relevant practical experience is essential in the catering industry, so it is worthwhile to find seasonal or part-time work in catering in places such as restaurants, pubs or fast food outlets. Demonstrating strong commercial understanding and how a catering business works will impress employers.
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