Titanic Belfast to recruit 70 new staff for summer season

Titanic Belfast crew members Jonny Kelso and Shirley Jones with chief executive Judith Owens celebrate as recruitment opens for 70 new summer season jobs at the iconic attraction. Photo: Darren Kidd/PressEye

TITANIC Belfast is recruiting for 70 front-line staff as it gears up for another bumper year.

It's the attraction's largest recruitment drive since it opened in 2012, and follows a record-breaking last year in which is was named as the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction.

The world-class exhibition is expected to continue to go from strength to strength in 2018 and is recruiting for fixed-term contracts across the front line at Titanic Belfast and on-board SS Nomadic, including visitor experience, ticketing, hospitality outlets and retail to join its 250-strong team.

Titanic Belfast's new chief executive Judith Owens said: “We value our staff as one of our key assets and reasons for success. We are preparing for another strong year in 2018, with more exciting developments in the pipeline.

"If you have an interest in tourism, excellent communication skills and interest in both Titanic and Belfast’s industrial heritage – you could have the ‘Titanic-factor’ and be part of our award-winning crew.”

Described by The Guardian as "an inspiring testament to the Titanic and the city that built it", more than four million people from around the world have already visited Titanic Belfast since opening in 2012.

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