** SHORT TERM SEASONAL CONTRACTS November to Jan - COME JOIN THE FUN **
The Plough is situated on the edge of Bursledon surrounded by farmland but close to the city and the main bus route. Inspired by astronomy, the pub takes its name from the plough star constellation, which (at night) lights up in the wall adjacent to the main entrance. With a beautiful garden it's the perfect community pub. We are boosting our Bar & Waiting team now ahead of the party and have seasonal part time positions available with a November start......
Your rewards as part of team Plough:
- Pay of £9.50 per hour (18+)
- £7.00 per hour under 18's with restricted duties
- Pay boosted by a share of tips
- 70% off meals on duty
- 20 Hours per week days, evenings and weekends
- A friendly welcome and a fun place to work
- Seasonal contract through to January 2022
- All the support you need to succeed
Apply if you are:
- Well presented and a confident communicator with an eye for detail
- Committed to achieving success together
- Available to work day and evening shifts including weekends
- Focused to provide the best possible guest experience
- Able to reliably manage the commute
- Highly motivated and enthusiastic about hospitality
- 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 yourself, 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:
A Hampshire country pub on the outskirts of Bursledon
The Plough is situated on the edge of Bursledon (near Southampton) and surrounded by farmland. Inspired by astronomy, the pub takes its name from the plough star constellation, which (at night) lights up in the wall adjacent to the main entrance. The design of the bar area was inspired by the description in the Wind in the Willows of Badger’s kitchen (“the floor was well-worn red brick and on the wide hearth burnt a fire of logs”).
With a beautiful garden and children’s play area, the pub is ideal for those long hot summers and when the nights start to draw in, the roaring log fire and cosy interior really come into their own. Indeed, if you stand at the far end of the bar waiting for a drink your body forms the upper part of a comedy pair of legs!
Fun Fact: there are 52 pewter tankards hanging from the roof in the bar — one for every week of the year.
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