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Do you have the hunger for success? Wine Inns wants to hear from you

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The hospitality sector continues to go from strength to strength in Northern Ireland, offering some of the most vibrant career opportunities out there.

Fuelling some of the biggest names in the food and drink industry, Wine Inns has been a successful enterprise for over three decades and provides some of the most attractive vacancies available at the moment.

2020 is set to be a big year in what is a flourishing market, and Wine Inns is ready to meet the exciting challenge by inviting the best talent to apply for their latest positions. Here is a little more about the firm and details on their vacancies.

What do you do?

Wine Inns is an independent bar owner and operator with some of the most iconic pubs in Belfast including Belfast Empire, Robinsons, Chelsea, Cutters Wharf, Parlour, Four Winds and Alibi.
They pride themselves on product and service and value their staff which have been the core to their success for over 30 years.

What type of roles do you have available?

In 2020 Wine Inns are recruiting company wide for Duty Managers. Successful candidates should be dedicated to providing a caring and courteous service to customers at all times.  The business will also be looking to hire Chef de Parties to cook and prepare food to the highest possible standard.

Why should a jobseeker apply for a job with your company?

In addition to a competitive salary, employees are paid weekly for increased flexibility. The nature of the work and industry means there’s plenty of scope for career progression and training opportunities. You’ll be working with some of the biggest and iconic names in the industry which is great for your long-term aspirations.

Good working environments can be enjoyed further thanks to staff discount cards that can be used in all Wine Inns bars and restaurants, including sister companies Winemark & Russell’s Food and Drink. The firm also offers pension opportunities.

What application advice would you give jobseekers?

Look at the job description and ensure that you have mentioned all the essential and desirable criteria on your CV application form. Demonstrate your commitment to work hard, be a team player and create a fun environment to bring the best out of yourself and your colleagues.

For more information on the positions currently available and how to apply, check out NIJobs.com

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