The Anglers Arms is looking to employ a passionate and enthusiastic Apprentice Front of House Team Member to join the small bar and restaurant team, to be learning and training alongside our current Bar Manager, serving food and drinks for our customers.
- Excellent communication skills,
- Basic IT skills,
- Proactive in arranging events and activities, competitions etc., to attract custom to the public house
- Welcoming and friendly while remaining professional,
- Smart appearance,
- Able to listen and implement instructions,
- Able to work on own initiative to engage with customers.
GCSE Grade A-E / 9-2 in Maths and English (or equivalent).
As you will be working in a hospitality role, you will be on your feet for a large portion of your shift and will encounter very busy times.
You will be on your feet for most of your working shift. This apprenticeship will be delivered solely in the workplace unless you are required to work towards Level 2 in Functional Skills as you will be required to attend Northumberland College (Ashington) to do so.
Earn while you learn. What's not to like about earning money while learning on-the-job, and getting a relevant qualification all at the same time.
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