30 new jobs created as restaurant prepares to open in Plymouth
Successful family of independent restaurants Le Bistrot Pierre has confirmed its decision to move to Plymouth.
The restaurant will hold two ‘meet & greet’ days in January where it hopes to find staff to work at the Royal William Yard from March.
The restaurant company, based in the Midlands, is hoping to employ up to 30 people in Plymouth.
Since restaurants and retail outlets began to open there, it is now estimated more than 100 jobs will have been created at the Yard in hospitality and catering alone.
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“Each of our bistrots is styled a little differently to complement the building they’re in” said Rob Beacham, co-founder. “But, whilst our look changes between each bistrot, customers must be able to expect the same personal, attentive service and high quality provincial French food wherever they choose to dine with us, so we’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our professional and friendly bistrot teams.”
The new bistrot, due to open in The Cooperage building, is looking for chefs, kitchen porters and full-time/part-time waiting staff to join them.
“It gives us a sense of satisfaction to be expanding during tough economic times, but it is the people at the sharp end, working on the restaurant floor, on in the kitchen, that should take the credit. They create the customer experience, that has led to our success,” said Rob.
“We look for people who genuinely care about excellent customer service, who’re friendly, enthusiastic and willing to work hard in a busy and exciting environment. Attracting, retaining and nurturing them is incredibly important to us, as a business we’re serious about investing in their future and career development, and I hope we’re going to find a new family here in Plymouth.”
“We're delighted Le Bistrot Pierre has committed to the Yard," said Director of Urban Splash, Nathan Cornish. “To create so many jobs in such challenging times, and see businesses forge success, is exactly what Urban Splash strives to achieve with its regeneration schemes. We look forward to their future success."
If you are interested in working for Le Bistrot Pierre, the team will be interviewing for new staff on Thursday January 10 and Wednesday January 16 from 10am until 7.30pm at the New Cooperage, Royal William Yard, Plymouth.