Deceptive DeHavilland - Re-opening Soon!
Though it looks 200 years old, the De Havilland Arms in Elvetham Heath was built in 2003 and was named after Geoffrey de Havilland - the British aviation innovator. The farmhouse design, with a beautiful terrace and garden outside and roaring log fires, flagstones and oak beams inside, make the community pub perfect for all seasons. We are looking for an Assistant Manager with hospitality in their DNA to help lead our wonderful team in this amazing high energy and rewarding business.
As an AM with Team DeHavilland you will receive:
- Pay at £9.15 per hour
- Full package of lifestyle benefits - and rewards for exceptional performance
- A share of tips
- Plenty of scope to show your talent and develop as a key team member
- Excellent job security and career progression
- A good work life balance with 5 days working
- All the support you need to succeed
Apply if you are:
- Organized, approachable and able to take responsibility
- Able to ensure that the site cash, security and safety procedures are adhered to
- Well presented and confident with an eye for detail
- Committed and willing to support the GM in developing the skills of colleagues
- Driven to provide the best possible guest experience
- Highly motivated and enthusiastic about hospitality
- Seeking an employer that recognizes and rewards commitment and talent
Previous supervisory experience and knowledge of hospitality operations with a busy food profile is an advantage. If you care about what you do, strive to be the best version of your self, and thrive in a team - this exciting and rewarding role is just for you... apply today.
Knowledge, skills and attributes required:
- Able to help lead and inspire team members
- A good knowledge of food and beverage operations
Benefits you'll get:
- Share of tips
- Discounted Food, and full package of lifestyle benefits
Where you'll work: De Havilland Arms A perfect Hampshire country pub in Fleet Though it looks 200 years old, the De Havilland Arms in Elvetham Heath was built in 2003 and was named after Geoffrey de Havilland - the British aviation innovator who, in 1912, used the nearby Fleet Pond to test his revolutionary ‘float planes’ (or as we know them today, seaplanes). The farmhouse design, with a beautiful terrace and garden outside and roaring log fires, flagstones and oak beams inside, as well as the programme of regular events (both in and out) make the pub perfect for all seasons.