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Airport Inn is hiring

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Britannia hotels Airport Inn is hiring!

Now you can start the new year off with a brand new job.

Airport Inn has undergone a fantastic transformation and situated right next to Gatwick Airport it is an exciting hotel that will inspire anyone who works there.

The jobs available are:

Night Manager

Key Responsibilities incl:

  • To assist in the training for all night personnel on standards and procedures and to ensure follow up and monitoring of those standards to company requirements.
  • To ensure effective communication on nights, in all areas and to read and sign all communications issued. Be visible for staff and guests.
  • To be aware of the weekly business within the hotel and to ensure that the night team are aware on a nightly basis of all business within the hotel.

Night Porter

Key Responsibilities incl:

  • To look after hotel security and guest welfare at night.
  • To be aware of the weekly business within the hotel.
  • To assist in setting up and servicing meetings/events/conference rooms.

Night Receptionist / Auditor

  • To ensure effective communication on nights, in all areas and to read and sign all communications issued. Be visible for staff and guests.
  • To be aware of the weekly business within the hotel and to ensure that the night team are aware on a nightly basis of all business within the hotel.

FO Manager

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Maintenance Manager

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There are plenty of jobs available and all you have to do to apply is fill out the contact form below and send your along your CV.

OR you can email directly:

jacek.chalko@britanniahotels.com

or

foh750@britanniahotels.com


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Crawley Borough Council award grants to two local businesses

Two business start-ups have got a leg up through Crawley Borough Council’s Small Business Grants Scheme.

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The Company Connector Ltd and Haus of FLVR are the latest companies to benefit from a council grant, which awards small businesses with up £2,000.

Manor Royal-based business, The Company Connector Ltd, will support local businesses with finding new clients and opportunities as well as encouraging inward investment from overseas. The company has already supported a number of Crawley businesses on a consultancy basis and helped to generate new business.

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The council awarded The Company Connector Ltd with the maximum amount of £2,000, assisting the start-up and first year costs. The financial boost has helped to establish the brand, website and social media, along with the necessary furniture and computer equipment.

Jeremy Taylor, Managing Director of The Company Connector Ltd, said:

“I am delighted to have been awarded this grant, it will contribute towards the set up and immediate development plans of the business including our first mission to Austin, Texas.

“In addition, the grant will enable us to support local businesses reach overseas markets as well as encouraging inward investment from other business centres. I applaud the council for recognising it costs a lot to establish a business that creates new jobs; this assistance is well received”

Haus of FLVR, a company that produces high quality alcohol infused frozen goods, received £2,000 from the Small Business Grant Scheme. The businesses main aims are to create an exciting, affordable and aesthetically pleasing product that brings a fresh and fashionable approach to ice lollies and canapés.

Samara Gidden, Director of Haus of FLVR, said:

“We are thrilled to receive funding to help produce a creative packaging solution that is luxurious and eco-friendly – both prerequisites will work in cohesion.

“We look forward to developing our packaging further and drive our business forward.”

Cabinet member for Planning and Economic Development, Councillor Peter Smith, said: “I’m pleased that we can offer two start-up businesses a £2,000 grant.

“It’s important to support businesses in the initial stages; it helps them to get off the ground and positively contributes towards the town’s economic climate.”

The grants scheme is for small businesses with less than 50 employees who operate in the Crawley area.

All Small Business Support Grants projects must be match-funded at least 50 per cent by the small business. Apprenticeship grants up to £1,500 are also available and don’t need to be match-funded.

For more information about business grants and funding visit www.crawley.gov.uk/business

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