VisitEngland’s Hotel of the Year Northcote hunts for new duty manager

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Northcote Manor in Lancashire, which was named VisitEngland’s Hotel of the Year 2017, is on the lookout for a new duty manager to join the team.

The luxury boutique hotel, home to 26 bedrooms and a Michelin-starred restaurant headed up by chef patron Nigel Haworth and executive head chef Lisa Goodwin-Allen, has an opportunity for a new duty manager to join GM Craig Jackson, MD Craig Bancroft and Haworth in running the hugely successful business.

The aim of the new employee will be to assist in improving all aspects of hospitality across the hotel and maintaining high standards with the aim of attaining a second Michelin star in its restaurant.

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With a wide range of both professional and personal benefits, including a monthly staff gratuity distribution scheme plus 28 days holiday entitlement per year, the role of duty manager is an exciting one.

Northcote scooped the title of Hotel of the Year in April this year, beating off stiff competition from the likes of The Manor House Hotel in Bath and The Pheasant Hotel in Helmsley to take the top prize.

For the full job description and to apply, visit here 

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