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115-117 Chase Side, EN2 6NN
|Number of hours per week||48 hours|
|Pay rate||From ,£18,575 plus up to 25% bonus and other great benefits|
We have some really big plans, over the next few years, to open many more pubs and bars, across the UK. That`s why we are always on the look-out for friendly, motivated and passionate team players who will share our commitment to achieving our aims and growing the business.
As a shift manager, you will be responsible for supporting the pub manager in the day-to-day running of the pub.
Your number-one priority will be making sure that our customers leave happy and want to return! This is achieved by ensuring that they are receiving the best possible service, from you and the team. You`ll also have a big part to play in maintaining the high standards of the pub, by ensuring, at all times, that it is in tip-top condition (that`s cleanliness and maintenance).
Of course, there`s a great deal more that you`ll be expected to do, such as training and supporting the team, dealing with office administration, managing cash, controlling stock and receiving deliveries, among many other things. Don`t worry, though, since we`re just as passionate about our people: as long as you have the drive and commitment, we will train you, on every aspect of the job, through our award-winning training programme.
Some key strengths which you must have...
At Wetherspoon, we`ve found that there are some key strengths which you must have to become a successful manager. To succeed, you will need to be a customer-focused, driven, committed, passionate (like us!), professional team player.
Does this sound like you? Well, we want you to be a part of it! So, why not apply today and join the Wetherspoon team for a long and rewarding career?