Cameron House launches recruitment drive for 300 roles ahead of reopening

15 March 2021 by
Cameron House launches recruitment drive for 300 roles ahead of reopening

Cameron House on the banks of Loch Lomond has launched a recruitment drive for 300 roles ahead of reopening this summer.

The roles are spread across departments including housekeeping, reception, food and beverage, sales and events, and kitchens and maintenance, and range from apprenticeships and graduate positions to senior management roles.

Some roles would also be suited to young people both in and out of study, with flexible part time positions available.

Jennifer Jurgensen, director of human resources at Cameron House said: "With the hospitality industry as a whole facing such a tough time at the moment it really is a pleasure to be able to announce that we are now ready to start recruiting for over 300 new positions at Cameron House hotel.

"Having the right team in place that shares our values is crucial to delivering the five-star Cameron House experience. We look forward to welcoming our new recruits, all of whom will be able to enjoy working at one of the most beautiful resorts in the country, set within the breath-taking Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park."

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The 140-bedroom hotel is undergoing a restoration project after being extensively damaged in a fire in 2017 which killed two guests. The hotel has since admitted safety failings and was fined £500,000 while a porter was sentenced to a community payback order, supervised for 18 months, comprising 300 hours of unpaid work.

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