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Xpress are currently working with one of the country’s fastest growing Contract Catering and Facilities Management organisations, owing to recent business wins and developments we are now looking to recruit a Regional Business Development Manager to join their growing UK based team, this role will be specifically be responsible for covering the North East and North West of England and across the M62 corridor. Our client to date has built up an excellent name for providing a first class range of services which have been backed by excellent customer service values which has enabled the company to win and grow within a very competitive marketplace.
Due to the continued success of our client one of Scotland’s best loved Hotels, an exciting opportunity has been created for an Assistant Food & Beverage Manager to join this already established team. An independent and privately owned hotel, our client offers first class working conditions.
Our client a privately owned country house hotel set in the heat of the Scottish borders, boasting 40 luxury bedrooms, a quality dining restaurant and an informal bar. An excellent opportunity has arisen for an Operations Manager to join this well established management team.
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