Traditional Country Pub - edge of Crawley
Situated less than a mile from the centre of Crawley the Goffs Manor is the perfect example of a traditional pub at the heart of its local community.
A beautiful 15th century Grade II listed house, dating back to c 1450, this ancient building is striking in character and charm.
With a large and beautiful garden, incorporating its very own duck pond, featuring an island for the ducks to stay safe from foxes at night, as well as roaring log fires and oak beams inside for those darker and colder winter nights.
We are building our floor team ahead of the party season and have both part and full time positions available:
As part of team goffs you can expect:
- Pay of £9.50 per hour (18+)
- £7.00 per hour, under 18's with restricted duties
- Pay boosted by a share of tips
- Full or part time hours available
- Plenty of scope to show your talent and develop as a key team member
- Excellent job security and working conditions
- A good work life balance with flexible full or part time hours to suit you
- A full range of lifestyle benefits
- All the support you need to succeed
Apply if you are:
- Well presented and confident with an eye for detail
- Committed and willing to support team colleagues
- Driven to provide the best possible guest experience
- Highly motivated and enthusiastic about hospitality
- Able to work day, evening and weekend shifts, and reliably manage the commute
- Seeking an employer that recognizes and rewards commitment and talent
Previous 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, enjoy being part of a team and have the drive and commitment to thrive in a busy, exciting and rewarding role... apply now:
Where you'll work:
15th century Sussex country pub on the outskirts of Crawley
Goffs Manor is a beautiful 15th century Grade II listed house on the outskirts of Crawley. Previously owned by legendary actor Peter Vaughan of Porridge fame and incorporating a green plaque to commemorate his contribution to theatre, TV and film, this charming pub is known for its character and wonderful gardens, incorporating its very own duck pond.
Carefully preserved - with oak beams, open fires and many unique rooms along with its beautiful alfresco spaces - you can pull up a chair and make it your home away from home for the day. Serving an extensive menu with traditional pub favourites and regularly changing specials, as well as award-winning Badger Beers from Dorset, this pub really does cater for all seasons and occasions.
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