Twelve hospitality jobs you can apply for in and around Sunderland as pubs, bars and restaurants get ready to reopen
Pubs, bars and restaurants are gearing up for the easing of coronavirus lockdown next week.
From that date, venues in England will be able to provide table service to customers sitting outdoors.
As the hospitality sector begins to reopen, here are 12 jobs you can apply for in and around Sunderland.
Fat Frank’s, Seaham
Role: Working in street food trucks inside shopping centre and outside events. Must have people skills and be able to prep and serve food.
Basic food hygiene certificate necessary.
Hours: Eight hour shift, Monday to Friday and weekends.
Salary: £8-£10 per hour
Emily's Table, Sunderland
Role: Experienced Front of House staff sought for new venture in the heart of Sunderland to engage with customers.
Hours: 30 hours per week, Monday to Friday and weekends.
Salary: £8.90 an hour.
Front of House staff
The Lamp Room, Seaham
Role: Greet and escort customers to their tables; present menus and provide detailed information when asked; take accurate food and drinks orders, using a POS ordering software and ip-sell additional products when appropriate or suggest alternatives; serve food and drink orders and ensure tables are cleared and reset accordingly.
Hours: Shifts cover a range of hours between 9am to 5pm during the day and 5pm to 11pm on an evening Thursday to Saturday.
Full and part-time positions available. Please specify in your application which position you require.
Salary: £8.91 an hour
Role: Operating all aspects of the register, including cash and card transactions, scanners, and scales, answering any customer inquiries, and use your knowledge of store layout and product content to give directions as needed
Hours: Day shift Monday to Friday. Holidays, overtime and weekends.
Salary: £12,000-£18,000 a year.
Lime FMS (housekeeping agency), Washington
Role: Ensure all housekeeping services are delivered to the highest quality and standards; clean rooms as required; support linen porter, public area or other team member roles as required and ensure the cleanliness and organisation of storage cupboards.
Hours: Full and part-time roles available
Salary: £8.91 an hour
Food and beverage operative
Grand Hotel, Sunderland
Role: Ensuring the highest standards of courtesy and customer care are set and maintained by all staff and all procedures are performed correctly and efficiently at all time, maximising sales and profitability and ensuring stock control procedures are adhered to and checked at all time.
The ideal candidate will be organised, punctual and well presented, with excellent communication skills and customer service.
Salary: On application.
Costa Coffee, Seaham
Role: Serving customers with a smile; being knowledgeable and confident about all products; maintaining health and safety and cleanliness across the store.
One year experience of customer service and hospitality preferred.
Salary: £4.55-£8.72 per hour
George Washington Hotel, Washington
Role: To welcome all guests on their arrival and assist them in a courteous, helpful manner with registration and when checking out; ensure the hotel cash handling and credit procedures and to report any discrepancies immediately; operate the hotel switchboard; monitor all guest accounts and to make sure all charges posted are correct with supporting documentation.
Hours: 40-hour week, five days over seven days with a mix of early and late shifts either 7am-3.15pm or 3pm-11pm.
Salary: £8.91 an hour.
Bar and waiting staff
Seaham Hall Hotel, Seaham
Role: Applicants must be 'multi-skilled' individuals who have a minimum of a year’s hospitality experience and excellent customer service and communication skills. Must have own transport.
Hours: Up to 40 hours a week, including weekends and bank holidays.
Salary: From £8.91 per hour (depending on experience and to be discussed at interview).
Costa Coffee, Washington services
Role: Working with partner brands including KFC, Greggs, Costa, M&S, Burger King and others, delivering exceptional customer service and operational standards.
Hours: Full time contract. Shifts vary between 6am and 11pm including weekends.
Salary:Up to £9 per hour + employee benefits
Role: Welcoming guests; taking responsibility for delivering top quality excellent customer service; ensuring all food and drinks products are presented to the highest possible standard; providing individualised attention to all guests.
Hours: 40 hours per week
Salary: National minimum wage + benefits
Assistant restaurant/bar manager
2 Church Lane, Sunderland
Role: To deliver excellent service to customers and maximise income, effectively supervise, direct and motivate staff and present a positive image of the organisation.
To assist with cash control and maintain stock levels and help with choice of cocktails and drink.
Salary: £9-£9.50 an hour.
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