Titanic Belfast Serves Up 30 New Hospitality Jobs

2nd August

Bistro 401, Hospitality, Jobs, TB Team Titanic Belfast’s crew are pictured celebrating as recruitment opens for 50 new frontline fixed-term jobs for its summer high season.

Titanic Belfast is recruiting for 30 new hospitality roles!

Our world-class conference and banqueting facility has recently brought its hospitality offering in-house under the leadership of recently appointed Head of Hospitality, Lloyd Jackson, as well as established Executive Head Chef, Alastair Fullerton, who have a combined over 50 years’ experience in the sector.

Since opening, we have hosted over 1,000 events, ranging from meetings, exhibitions, gala dinners, conferences and signature events, such as MTV Sounds and BBC Sports Personality of the Year Red Carpet event and served guests including Her Majesty The Queen, Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TITANIC director James Cameron and former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Tim Husbands MBE, Chief Executive of Titanic Belfast, commented, “If you have a passion for service – you could have the ‘Titanic-factor’ and join our award-winning team! At Titanic Belfast, we are preparing for a busy event season ahead, and are adding staff to our established integrated team. We value our staff as one of key assets and reasons for success. To ensure our world-class standards are met and maintained, all Titanic Belfast employees go through a robust preparation programme, including substantial on the job and bespoke customer service training under the direction of our new Head of Hospitality, Lloyd Jackson and Executive Head Chef, Alastair Fullerton.”

The roles will be across all areas of our hospitality department servicing the flexible suites located across the fifth and sixth floor of Titanic Belfast, which can cater for between 50 – 1,000 guests, as well as Bistro 401 and The Galley CafĂ©.

Titanic Belfast was recently awarded a ‘Gold Standard’ Investor in People accreditation, which is acknowledged UK-wide as the most successful framework for business improvement through people.

In our first three years of operation, Titanic Belfast generated £105 million in additional tourism spend for the Northern Ireland economy and has sustained around 893 jobs each year in the wider economy. 

To apply for the jobs please see our careers page.


 
 
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