Greene King seeks 50 graduates to train as house managers

28 May 2010 by
Greene King seeks 50 graduates to train as house managers

Pub company Greene King is offering 50 places on its 2010 graduate training scheme.

The national brewer and pub retailer aims to recruit 50 aspiring house managers to the scheme, which lasts three years and nurtures talent for its portfolio of brands including Loch Fyne, Hungry Horse, Hardy's House and Old English Inns.

Jerry Robinson, head of human resources, Destination Division ,said: "In a challenging jobs market for graduates, we feel we have something dynamic and motivating to offer those who are prepared to take on the challenge of running their own establishment for one of the country's leading pub, hotel and restaurant retailers within just three years."

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