Emerging Leaders in Hospitality
Talented and ambitious? Serious about a management career in hospitality? We're looking for you.
We're on the hunt for the best upcoming talent in hospitality. Our very own, brand new Emerging Leader Programme is designed to train, stretch and develop our managers of the future.
Our hotels are some of the most vibrant, fun, challenging and exciting workplaces you can possibly find. The Emerging Leader Programme is an accelerated learning and development programme that offers real opportunities for you to carve out a rewarding and successful career in hospitality.
It's an in depth programme, running for 24 months, with lots of training and development, including a 5 month training induction to the programme, ensuring you get off on the right foot.
Over the course of 24 months, you’ll work across each of our operational hotel departments including reception, restaurant, bars, conference and housekeeping. This ensures you gain valuable skills, experience and exposure.
We want you to be on track to become a future leader, so by the conclusion of he programme, you will have achieved a Level 3 Hospitality Supervisor Apprenticeship (if you don’t already have one) and completed our 'Inspire to Manage' internal training modules.
You'll get lots of support along the way, plus lots of opportunities to get involved in some really exciting events and initiatives. You'll emerge from the programme with the skills, experience and development you need to be a best in class hotel operator, ready to take your first supervisory or management position.
The ideal candidate:
You have to be passionate about hospitality to make a success of this programme. You'll need to manage your time well, as you'll be working and studying as part of your development. So you’ll be committed, hardworking and absolutely dedicated to the programme.
You'll need to be flexible: working in hotel operations naturally involves working shifts at weekends and evenings, and the nature of this programme will require you to work across a number of different departments.
Ideally you’ll already have a Level 3 Hospitality Supervisor Apprenticeship (or similar) but if not, you shall be willing to study for this. Relevant industry experience will also be considered favourably.