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Cromer Pier to host recruitment session for seasonal staff

17:30 29 January 2016

Cromer Pier is holding a recruitment event for seasonal staff

Cromer Pier is holding a recruitment event for seasonal staff

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A drop-in session is being held to recruit temporary staff at one of north Norfolk’s leading visitor attractions.

Cromer Pier is hosting informal interviews for job hunters on Thursday, February 18 from 4-7pm. Positions are available in the box office, bar, Tides Restaurant, gift shop, theatre and with the tech crew.

Bosses have created a format which they say is similar to speed dating creating a more informal atmosphere for applicants.

General manager Jo Artherton said: “We wanted to do something different this year to make it more efficient and fun for us, so the management team here have decided that the format used for speed dating is a great way to meet lots of potential new staff in a short amount of time.”

She added: “Job interviews can be very daunting for people and interviewing people individually can be very time consuming for management team.

“We’re looking for people who can work in all areas as it helps us to be more flexible with running the business, so the idea is that each head of department will have a few minutes with every candidate so we can get a real idea of who will be suitable to work with us.”

Anyone attending will need to take a completed application form, available from the Cromer Pier website, and photograph.

Visit cromerpier.co.uk/jobs

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