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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Research
    opportunities Career options The industry Career stories Career tools Career Map Personality Test CV master class Working in the industry Employers Vacancies Professional bodies Recognising best practice Accreditation Centres of Excellence Quality Mark Training solutions Training Providers Apprenticeships Resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Looking for a new role Employer guide Hospitality job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register A Career in Hospitality Career opportunities Career options Industry research Career options How do I get in What are my options How do I progress to the next level How to find a job and develop your career Industry research The industry Hotels Pub bars nightclubs Restaurants Food service management Events Visitor attractions Self catering holiday centres and hostels Gaming Tourist services Career stories Looking to find out more about the industry referral program State of the Nation 2013 State of the Nation 2013 is the fourth report from People 1st to examine skills and labour market trends across the hospitality

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  • Hospitality Guild - Hotel Jobs & Careers
    Restaurants Food service management Events Visitor attractions Self catering holiday centres and hostels Gaming Tourist services Career stories Careers in hotels There are over 12 000 hotels in the UK with a workforce of 262 000 people providing accommodation for millions of guests each year Some of these will be visiting the UK for the first time and it s up to you and your team to make their experience unforgettable If you enjoy working with people the hotel industry is perfect for you Many hotels host events such as weddings parties and conferences so it s often a buzzing workplace with guests coming in and out to celebrate work and sleep Due to the range of services available within a hotel there is a huge variety of career prospects You could work in the hotel s restaurant overseeing food preparation as the head chef or if health and fitness is your thing you could be a spa therapist or gym instructor Housekeepers kitchen porters and room attendants also play a significant part in maintaining hotel facilities so whatever career path you choose you will be a valued member of the team The hotel industry never stops Some services within a hotel are available 24 7 so it is an industry that is exciting fast paced and for the hard working If you enjoy problem solving and a stimulating environment you will love the challenge Career opportunities and skills needed Career opporunities There are a variety of careers available in the hotel industry You could have a career as a general manager and oversee all aspects of the business as head housekeeper you could be in charge of maintaining the hotel and supervising your staff If there is a restaurant within the hotel there s the opportunity to be a

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  • Hospitality Guild - Careers and Jobs In Pubs, Bars & Nightclubs
    bars nightclubs Pubs bars and nightclubs are an important part of our culture and social scene Every day people visit one of 52 000 pubs bars and nightclubs in the UK to celebrate have fun and wind down If you re energetic and sociable this is a great industry for you to join Search for part time and full time bar jobs You ll meet many people in a fast paced busy environment meaning no two days are ever the same Many pubs offer food and function as a pub and restaurant so this industry offers a diverse environment with plenty of career paths Chefs bar managers and waiters can all have a successful career in a bar pub and nightclub Most pubs and bars are small businesses employing less than 10 employers for example 45 of pubs bars and nightclubs have a team of just 1 to 4 people Other pub companies such as Punch Taverns and Enterprise Inns have thousands of leased premises that tenants own and run on their behalf There are also larger UK wide chains such like Wetherspoons Spirit Pub company and Stonegate that own a portfolio of popular brands The nightclub industry is also made up of a mixture of small and large operators with Luminar Group being the biggest operator in the UK owning Oceana Liquid and Cameo Career opportunities The careers within pubs bars and nightclubs have the traditional roles you would expect in hospitality Many pubs are branching out into dining so there is a diverse working environment and an array of career opportunities You can now expect to see catering jobs alongside bar jobs and chefs assistant bar managers and general managers are all career prospects available in the industry A job in a pub bar or nightclub can offer

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  • Hospitality Guild - Restaurant Jobs & Careers
    most popular pastimes in the UK and if you re a food and drink enthusiast working in a restaurant provides an excellent opportunity to turn your knowledge and passion into sales The UK s restaurant industry is extremely diverse and employs 709 700 people so whatever you re looking for you re likely to find something that suits you Restaurants range from top end fine dining establishments to quick service outlets Asian and Oriental restaurants make up a significant part of the industry There are 11 000 Asian and Oriental restaurants in the UK that serve 2 5 million customers every week Coffee shops are also a part of the restaurant industry In the UK the coffee shop industry is growing fast as Britain becomes a nation of coffee drinkers Did you know 20 of people visit a coffee shop daily There has been an emergence of coffee chains all over the UK such as Costa Coffee Starbucks Caffè Nero Pret A Manger and EAT The largest 13 brands now operate approximately 2 500 outlets compared with 1 000 just three years ago Career opportunities and skills needed Career opportunities The restaurant industry is a great place to progress as there are plenty of careers on offer and hard work is rewarded With determination and commitment a kitchen porter could become a restaurant manager Take your pick and choose a career as a sous chef head sommelier or regional manager the list goes on If you want a career that offers amazing career prospects it may surprise you that quick service restaurants are great for rapid career progression and rewarding hard workers If you re good under pressure enjoy working as part of a team and want a clear route into a management position the industry provides an ideal path

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  • Hospitality Guild - Food Service Jobs & Careers
    industry currently employs around 377 200 people in the UK and traditionally the industry has provided food and drink but some providers are offering wider facilities management including housekeeping services If you have a passion for food and want a varied working life this could be the industry for you You could be working within a museum designing menus for its guests or working in a bank preparing lunches in the staff restaurant Each organisation and its requirements are different so you are bound to find an environment perfect for your aspirations Food service contracts are usually awarded through a tendering or procurement process and the staff are employed by the contractor You will be based with the client company and working in or managing the restaurant on their behalf For example a bank will appoint a food service contractor i e BaxterStorey and BaxterStorey will have its own staff to provide the food service to the bank This industry tends to have traditional working hours for a business or industry contract it will typically be 9 to 5 five days a week plus the occasional weekend or evening for functions Hours in the education sector can be even shorter Food service management providers tend to operate in the following areas Travel Business Retail Education Health care Remote and offshore locations Corporate hospitality and executive dining Government and local authority provision Leisure venues and events including concerts regattas sporting events as well as weddings and parties The industry is made up of some very large companies such as Compass Group Sodexo and Aramark and some medium sized companies such as BaxterStorey It also has a large number of small independent caterers who provide catering for local businesses and events So whatever you re seeking from a working environment you ll

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  • Hospitality Guild - Events Industry Jobs & Careers
    yourself working anywhere from Reading Festival to the BAFTA s Alternatively you could work for an exhibition and conference venue where events are hosted such as Earls Court the O2 the Edinburgh International Conference Centre and Cardiff Indoor Arena The events industry is made up of several types of businesses all playing a fundamental part towards an event s success Event organisers Event organisers are businesses that co ordinate and manage events These events can be large or small in size and can range from weddings to music festivals Venue providers Venue providers are the venues where the events occur These can range from small community halls to large centres such as the ExCel centre in London where the London 2012 games were held Exhibitors An exhibitor is an organisation company or individual that attends an event usually to showcase a product or service For example at a career fair an employer showcasing its jobs is classed as an exhibitor Event suppliers Event suppliers liaise with event organisers venue providers and exhibitors to supply the events with their products and services An event supplier will provide the event with anything from internet services to catering Temporary structures A temporary structure is the structure where the event is contained These range from stands used during exhibitions and marquees that can hold hundreds to stages used during music concerts This is a great career path for those that are hands on as this involves setting up and organising staging lighting and tents for shows and exhibitions The events industry offers plenty of choices You could host and co ordinate global conferences in international locations like Dubai or New York or if you fancy something smaller local weddings and parties Career opportunities and skills needed Career opportunities Due to the range of businesses

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  • Hospitality Guild - Visitor Attractions Jobs & Careers
    to theme parks and visitor attractions in the UK each year and as an employee it s your job is to make sure they have fun The industry also includes theme parks zoos museums and seaside attractions The scope of opportunity within the industry is huge You could be a ride operator co ordinating the rides in a theme park and adhering to health and safety procedures If you like entertaining you could have a career as a show performer and dazzle the guests with your charm and wit Whatever your career choice you will play an integral role to providing an enjoyable experience for guests of all ages The majority of theme parks and attractions are fairly large and cater for day visitors and tourists Larger cities like London Edinburgh and York are more likely to attract overseas visitors A well known company within the industry is Merlin Entertainments Group Merlin is currently the world s second biggest visitor attraction operator behind Disney with 12 800 employees and around 35 million annual visits to its attractions Merlin own Alton Towers London Dungeon SEA LIFE centres the London Eye Thorpe Park Madame Tussauds and LEGOLAND Windsor All are extremely popular visitor attractions in the UK you might have visited a couple of these places yourself The experience of the visitors depend on the staff so if you re always up for having a good time you re likely to succeed in the industry The visitor attraction industry also includes independent theme parks and fairground attractions Many of these are found at seaside resorts and are family run such as Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Flamingo Land theme park Career opportunities and skills needed Career opportunities There are many careers within the visitor attraction industry The frontline staff will have roles within

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  • Hospitality Guild - Careers and jobs in Self catering, holiday centres & hostels
    stay The type of accommodation each provides is very different Units that offer self catering accommodation are usually apartments where the visitor is provided with in house facilities to serve themselves Holiday centres are places that provide accommodation and on site activities such as a restaurant bar or playground such as Butlins A youth hostel is the go to accommodation for people travelling on a budget especially students and travellers Youth hostels are sociable places to stay usually consisting of shared accommodation and organised group activities Most people staying in hostels will be travelling through the UK giving you a great opportunity to meet people from different countries and explore different cultures If you enjoy meeting new people and you re comfortable communicating with people of all backgrounds you will enjoy a career in the industry Your day to day duties may include housekeeping to catering so this industry is ideal if you prefer variety You might be preparing breakfast lunch or dinner ensuring that apartments are clean and if you re working in a holiday centre you could be entertaining guests as part of their evening show Accommodation may be provided as part of your job so it can be a great opportunity to discover somewhere new Career opportunities and skills needed Career opportunities As there are many facilities within self catering accommodation holiday centres and youth hostels there are many career opportunities ranging from kitchen assistants through to entertainment staff and managerial positions You could work in the restaurant within a youth hostel and provide food and beverage for the guests If you d like to lead you could manage a team as a housekeeping supervisor and ensure the accommodation is well maintained and clean As a member of the entertainments and leisure team you could be responsible

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