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More jobs up for grabs at Stockton’s new Hampton by Hilton hotel

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

hampton by hilton hotel

A RANGE of jobs are being advertised at Stockton’s new Hampton by Hilton hotel.

Following the recent appointments of a General Manager and a Sales Manager, a further 16 posts are now up for grabs.

The 128-bed hotel, owned by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, is scheduled to open early next year.

And the hotel’s management company, Interstate Hotels, is currently recruiting to the following posts:

  • 1 x Guest Services Manager – Front Office
  • 1 x Guest Services Manager – Food & Beverage
  • 2 x Night Manager
  • 1 x Night Porter
  • 1 x Senior Reservationist
  • 4 x Cook-Kitchen Assistant
  • 2 x Receptionist – Guest Services Assistant
  • 4 x Food & Beverage Guest Services Assistant

Potential applicants can get full details of the roles available and find out how to apply on Interstate’s website here.

The Council’s Learning and Skills team has organised a range of pre-employment courses to give residents who are unemployed and in receipt of benefit the best possible opportunity of securing a role at the hotel. To register for a place ring 01642 527916.

There’s also an opportunity to meet hotel management, the Learning and Skills team and find out more about the jobs on offer at a drop-in session this week.

The session takes place at the Rediscover shop in Stockton High Street (near the plinth) from 3pm to 7pm on Thursday (November 1).

Councillor Nigel Cooke, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Housing, said: “We’ve always said the hotel would create jobs for local people and having seen some great contract wins from local firms working on the hotel I’m delighted we’ve now reached the point where we’re offering opportunities to work in the hotel itself.

“Meanwhile, the construction of the hotel continues at a pace and we’re all looking forward to it opening early next year. A number of housekeeping roles will also be advertised before then.”

The hotel site forms part of the mixed-use, £300million Northshore regeneration scheme, incorporating new offices, homes and leisure facilities near Stockton town centre.

The 56-acre scheme is a partnership between Muse Developments, Homes England and Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council.

For more information about the hotel development, visit www.stockton.gov.uk/hbhstockton

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