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Assistant Restaurant Manager - Windsor - No evenings! - £16000.00-£18000.00 - Windsor

My client are seeking an Assistant Manager for their retail outlet in Windsor. The company have over a 140 outlets all around the UK and are looking for either a Supervisor or an Assistant Manager looking to take the...

Event staff wanted for Londons top venues - £6.50-£7.00 - London

Berkeley Scott are currently recruiting for new waiting staff to work on some major London events this year! We have some amazing events coming up in May that we need you to be available for! 6th May - Large...

Chefs! Immediate starts available! Flexible hours! - £0.00 - City of London

Calling all Chefs! We have work available at stunning locations across Central London. We have a range of opportunities available for flexible temporary chefs to start immediately! Essential...

About Berkeley Scott


Berkeley Scott is a pioneer in Hotels , Hospitality and Catering recruitment. With over 30 years’ experience of introducing high quality talent into well known brands, no other recruitment consultancy has similar longevity, expertise or insight into this sector. With a network of Berkeley Scott offices across the UK , we’re able to assist clients and candidates across the UK, no matter where you’re based.

From Chefs, staff in Pubs, Bars & Restaurants, Contract Catering & Facilities Management, to Hotel Operation, General Management) and Operations Directors, if you need help securing high calibre staff, or you’re looking for your next career move, Berkeley Scott can always help.

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Worse hotel service in Europe – and the winner is …

April 15, 2015

… the United Kingdom. It's been a long, long time since the second series of Fawlty Towers hit the airwaves (thirty-six years in fact), but British hotel staff seem intent to uphold the traditions of ...