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Hospitality Jobs

The hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in Scotland. Being both a popular location for major events and an international tourist destination, there are always a great variety of hospitality jobs to choose from.

Hospitality jobs can cover various different sectors. For instance you’ll find positions for bar and waitressing staff, chefs and security professionals as well as roles for managers, supervisors and even drivers. To succeed in the hospitality industry you need to be both outgoing and a good team player. If you gain significant experience, you may find yourself in demand - working at one of Scotland’s best tourist attractions or even being headhunted and asked to help out at international events.

At Scotjobsnet you’ll find a huge variety of full-time, part-time and seasonal hospitality jobs to choose from. Search our database before for the very latest hospitality positions available.

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Domestic

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  • Company: Trust Housing Association Limited
  • Region: Lanarkshire

Role: Domestic Salary: £8.45 per hour Location: Airdrie ML6 8BB Job type: Permanent, Part Time 10 hours Job Ref: 0041-1518 Closing Date: Monday 13th April 2020 Trust Housing Asso...

Weekend Cook

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  • Company: Trust Housing Association Limited
  • Region: Highland

Role: Weekend Cook Salary: £9.27 - £9.40 Location: Inverness IV3 8ER Job type: Permanent, 14 hours Job Ref: 0040 - 1594 Closing Date: Monday 13th April 2020 Trust Housing As...

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