As the island prepares to reopen its borders and welcoming tourists back to our shores, work is also underway to recruit workers for the hospitality industry.
Part of those plans include a recruitment day at the Palace Hotel on June 9 from 12pm to 4pm.
The recruitment day is designed to provide individuals with the chance to find out more about summer job availability and more permanent careers within hospitality on the island.
People of all ages and experience are invited to attend, including those considering joining the industry and those already working in hospitality seeking further opportunities to develop.
Angela Byrne, Head of Visit Isle of Man, said: ‘As the Island gears up to welcome visitors back to our shores, tourism and hospitality businesses are seeking to recruit fun, energetic, enthusiastic and passionate staff to help us welcome guests back into our venues throughout the Island. This event is a fantastic opportunity for hospitality businesses to get directly in front of an interested audience to promote any vacant positions they require filling. It also provides the chance for individuals to talk directly to recruiters about new skills they can learn and what experiences they can be a part of whilst working in this vibrant industry.
‘There is a wide scope of roles available from housekeepers, receptionists and luggage porters, to chefs and food and beverage assistants.’
Hospitality businesses with job opportunities who are interested in exhibiting are asked to contact the Visit Isle of Man team before 5pm on Tuesday by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 686663.