Tourism Jobs Now Open in Cornwall

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Those looking for work in Cornwall’s popular tourist attractions now have job opportunities to apply for.

In preparation for the upcoming season, many destinations are now opening job vacancies.

Here are the available tourist destinations where you can apply for a job.

St Michael’s Mount

This property is managed by the National Trust as well as the St Aubyn family. Although the National Trust owns most of the island and manages its upkeep and conservation, the Aubyn family is responsible for the operations in the island, including its opening to the public.

The family is currently opening seasonal jobs, including supervisors, sous chefs, commis chefs, kitchen porters, and front of house. These jobs will be assigned at the Sail Loft Restaurant and Island Cafe.

Flambards

The popular theme park’s organizers are hosting a job fair on February 27, Wednesday, from 10 AM to 1 PM.

Flambards will fully re-open on April 3 and is looking to recruit around 80 new staff for roles like ride operators, catering assistants, and customer service hosts.

Jubilee Pool

The iconic Jubilee Pool plans to recruit 8 new staff and is expected to recruit more as it adds its geothermal heated pool. Among the jobs include a food and beverage manager who will be assigned to the new cafe-restaurant-bar of the place.

Minack Theatre

One of the most picturesque tourist spots in Cornwall is this popular amphitheatre. The theatre is currently looking for a cook and an assistant cook.

Trebah Garden

Trebah Garden is currently looking for a seasonal supervisor and assistant for its Beach Cafe. The working period is from February to October.

Newquay Zoo

Newquay Zoo’s guest services teams are looking for seasonal staff who are willing to start in March. The family attraction services team is also looking for seasonal face painters.

The Scarlet Hotel

Mawgan Porth’s The Scarlet Hotel is hiring a night host. The wage is £9 per hour.

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