THE firm behind a host of Glasgow venues including The Finnieston, Porter & Rye and Lebowskis is holding a recruitment day tomorrow (January 19) at its recently revamped Kelbourne Saint at 182 Queen Margaret Drive.
Kained Holdings, which was named SLTN Independent Multiple Operator of the Year in November, has unveiled plans to invest more than £120,000 in staff, with the group aiming to bring on “at least ten new members of staff” in positions ranging from senior management to entry level.
Available roles include front and back of house positions across a number of venues including The Finnieston, Porter & Rye, The Drugstore Social, Lebowskis, The Crafty Pig and Kelbourne Saint as well as a new venue set to open in Finnieston next month. Interested parties are asked to head by Kelbourne Saint between 10am and 4pm.
This latest recruitment drive from the firm coincides with its tenth anniversary, and Scott Arnott, director at Kained, said its venues are “going from strength to strength”.
“We’re looking for the best hospitality taken to join our teams to help us to continue to grow,” he said.
“Food and drink is a huge part of Scotland’s economy and we want to show people that there are real opportunities available to those who pursue a career in it.”