Our 20 hotels each have a small core of permanent staff who recruit, train and manage over 350 seasonal employees each year. Most of our seasonal staff are recruited from local people in the resorts, but all of our hotels have on-site accommodation and recruit staff from far afield, many of them from overseas. Our hotels are managed in four groups, defined by geographical area:
The South West (Devon and Cornwall) is managed from our Area Office in Ilfracombe by Ingo Maxfield firstname.lastname@example.org
The South (Dorset, Isle of Wight, Sussex and South Wales) is managed from our Area Office in Bognor Regis by Lucas Jans email@example.com
The North (North of England and Scotland) is managed from our Area Office in Dunoon by William Honeyball firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in working for us, please contact the relevant Area Manager. If you have a general enquiry or your enquiry is regarding senior-management level entry please contact Leisureplex Human Resources Manager, Joanne Barron email@example.com
We can provide flexible packages for staff from overseas to enable them to work half the summer in one hotel and half in another to enable them to see more of the UK if desired.
Most of our hotels have staff accommodation available and it is our policy to maintain it to a high standard. Subsidised meals are also available to staff.
We have seasonal vacancies at several hotels for summer staff working from June until September - ideal positions for student summer vacations. If you like working with other people and enjoy the stimulation that comes from being part of a team including people from many parts of the world, you will really enjoy spending a summer as one of our hotel team members.
Do get in touch to join our Leisureplex family!
Current Hotel Vacancies
|England - South Coast||Bournemouth||Devon Towers||Head Housekeeper||more info/apply|
|England - East Coast||Scarborough||Cumberland Hotel||Receptionist||more info/apply|
|Cornwall||Exmouth||Cavendish Hotel||Second Chef||more info/apply|