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Degree Calibre GM Needed For Area Manager, London, 50K + Car - £40000.00-£50000.00 - London

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced and standards orientated Area Manager to oversee the day to day and long term running of a number of outlets in London/Home Counties Areas. This is a unique role for...

Assistant Manager, Upmarket Gastro Pub, Islington, Upto 23K - £20000.00-£23000.00 - North London

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Assistant Manager to join an independent fresh food gastro pub in the Islington area. The client is proud of their strong customer relationships and friendly...

GM, Multi Faceted Leisure Complex,London Areas,40k+Bonuses - £30000.00-£40000.00 - London

Berkeley Scott is proud to work with one of the countries leading Multi Faceted leisure operators in the field. This well established leisure facility, compromises of a cafe, bar and entertainment area for the whole...

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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The results are in: how the hospitality industry reacted to the 2015 General Election

May 21, 2015

Once the dust settled following the end of voting on 7 May, the UK found it had a new government that was quite like the old government, but not quite. David Cameron's Conservative Party remained ...