What an opportunity!


We have a fantastic opportunity for a Restaurant Manager to join one of the UK’s most successful brands.

The hotel is situated on the leafy side of Wimbledon common and plays host to some of the worlds biggest stars!

The operation is certainly interesting and is a phase of development. With a new GM in place and plans for investment, it is certainly an exciting time to join the team.


If you like sitting at a desk, this one’s not for you. This is a hands-on, sleeves rolled up, get stuck in type of role. There is a number of changes taking place at the hotel and my client is looking for candidates that will get involved.

You will be running 2 food outlets. Both in transition.

Day to day duties will include:

  • Lead a talented team through coaching and developing
  • Strategic planning and getting involved with the changes taking place
  • Monitor, report and action changes
  • Drive sales
  • Health and safety


First and foremost we are looking for passionate candidates. You will have a spring in your step and come to work determined to improve the business. This is the ethos of the team on site and you will become a part of that.

Technically my client is hoping to recruit a candidate who has worked in a similar environment. Serving quality food, in a customer service driven establishment. Ideally you will have 2-3 years management within a hotel or restaurant.


For starters, you are joining a successful, growing company that invests in its people. The hotel is at the start of a journey and its a brilliant time to join and take part in the transition. The company also has a fantastic benefits package to offer as well as career development – there’s room for progression.

Salary is a very health £35k per annum, made up of a base salary of £30k – with service gratuities an additional non contracted £5k

Get applying beforeit’ss too late!

Here at Twelvve we understand it is important to keep you updated on your application. However, if you do not hear back from us within 2 weeks, unfortunately you have not been successful.

Additionally, you will need to be based in the UK for interview/selection purposes.