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Work as a chef, waiter, waitress, or barista in the UK

August 24, 2018.

The hospitality industry is becoming more and more popular (and profitable) in the UK, as we have discussed qui recently. Today, we will introduce you to the main requirements and benefits of working with an app job that will allow you to enter into this growing market.

Among others, Syft is is an online platform that connects employers with the best paid, fully vetted and trained workers. You get to be your own boss and have flexible shifts available in hospitality and warehousing roles. What exactly can you work with? How much does it pay? Is it a promising career? Find the answers to these and other questions below.

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Your Options

Syft gathers all the hospitality and warehouse jobs around the UK. You can get a job as a barista, chef, waiter/waitress and have a short hospitality-related instruction in Londra, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, e Liverpool.

Requirements

The requirements are super simple: you only need to have basic hospitality or warehousing skills, and the right attitude. You will need to have downloaded the app before the interview, and bring a passport or right-to-work documents too.

You don’t have training? Don’t worry.

Although experience of at least a year in your desired role is preferred, if you have the right attitude and the ability to learn quickly, Syft is open to training you. Isn’t that great?

Benefits

You get paid weekly and access over 100 benefits, including free phone insurance, discounts at retailers and gyms and free coffee. Plus, you get to attend cool events and boost your CV with a variety of roles.

Find this and other freelancing opportunities in Londra, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, e Liverpool.

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Paulina Bajorowicz è entrata in Appjobs nel novembre 2018 e ora è la Content Marketing Specialist. Gestisce il blog di Appjobs e i canali dei social media, coordina le attività di outreach e collabora con giornalisti e creatori di contenuti intorno alla gig economy.