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25 new jobs at Harry Ramsdens
7:58am Friday 1st March 2013 in News
BOURNEMOUTH'S Harry Ramsden's seafront restaurant will create 25 new jobs as the peak season approaches, it has been announced.
The restaurant near the pier said the jobs would be full and part-time.
It is holding a recruitment day on Monday, where jobs up for grabs include waiting and kitchen staff.
The chain said it already employed 120 staff, but was beefing up its roll ahead of what it hopes will be a busy summer.
Mike Glancy, operations director, said: “We are due to embark upon phase two of a massive investment in the restaurant within the next couple of months, which will further increase capacity from 230 to 350 covers.
“With that in mind, we want to ensure that our service standards remain as high as ever. In order to achieve this, the recruitment of 25 per cent more staff is absolutely vital.”
Operational development manager Carly Mellowship added: “We are looking for staff of all ages, but will be most interested in those with cheery and outgoing personalities, because while great food is a given, when it is prepared and served by friendly, welcoming staff, it always enhances a visit to Harry Ramsden's in Bournemouth.”