Hazel Laughey our consultant managing the role

General Manager in Training

Up to £35000.00 per annum
  1. Full Time
  2. General Manager
  3. Vintage
  4. Regional role

Location:

Vintage - East of England, Colchester, UK
Closing date01.01.9999
Hazel Laughey our consultant managing the role

ARE YOU LOOKING TO GET INTO HOSPITALITY BUT DON’T THINK YOU’VE GOT THE RIGHT EXPERIENCE?

We might have just the opportunity you are waiting for!

Why not apply to become a General Manager in Training with us? We will take your existing transferable skills and apply them to our industry whilst teaching you the rest ready to manage your own business!

It’s a fantastic opportunity to earn a competitive salary and be able to develop your career.

As a General Manager in Training, you will need to be geographically flexible, be able to drive and have access to your own vehicle.

We have a wide variety of General Managers in Training already in our business – who came to us from some of the following backgrounds:

HM Forces
Branded fast-food outlets
Retail
Large scale catering
Independent pubs and restaurants
Other catering establishments
Not sure if you’d fit the bill? Why not apply and find out!

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