Vacancies at Manchester City
We want you! This is your opportunity to join City's alert and highly trained stewards at the Etihad Stadium.
We are looking for men and women with morale courage to sign up to the team!
Recruitment begins with interviews for potential new stewards at the stadium on Saturday 7 March 2015 with an induction and familiarisation session planned for Monday 16 or Tuesday 17 March 2015.
The first match for those successful applicants would be on Saturday 21 March 2015 (subject to change).
We offer competitive rates of pay, opportunities for advancement and job related training that can lead to an NVQ qualification. Additional stewarding work at City Football Academy stadium may also be available once qualified.
Our aim is to ensure a safe, friendly and welcoming environment to all visitors to the Etihad Stadium, and our goal is to continuously deliver a high standard of Customer Service
Anyone interested should email details to email@example.com
Closing date Monday 23 February 2015
Find out more about us here
Experts in building winning teams
Fabulous Fan Fayre and Manchester City Football Club are looking for superstars to join our team here!
If you think you would make a great ambassador for Fabulous Fan Fayre on a match day and would like to be part of our team then we’d love to know more about you, please email us quoting the reference MCFC14/F3 firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and a fabulous cover letter.
We are currently looking for:
• Waiters and Waitresses
• Wine Waiters
• Section Managers
• Bar Personnel
• Team Leaders
• Concession Employees
• Kitchen Porters
• Restaurant Managers and Supervisors
• Customer Service Survey Team Members
• Hospitality Cellar Assistant
As a member of the Two Ticks scheme, we are proud to show our commitment to employing disabled people and judging people on their abilities alone.
As a member of the scheme we make five commitments regarding recruitment, training, retention, consultation and disability awareness:
These commitments are:
- To interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for a job vacancy and to consider them on their abilities
- To discuss with disabled employees, at any time but at least once a year, what both parties can do to make sure disabled employees can develop and use their abilities
- To make every effort when employees become disabled to make sure they stay in employment
- To take action to ensure that all employees develop the appropriate level of disability awareness needed to make these commitments work
- To review these commitments each year and assess what has been achieved, plan ways to improve on them and let employees know about progress and future plans.
Further information about the Two Ticks scheme is available from the Gov.uk website: