Here are 10 of the most popular job vacancies in Liverpool’s hospitality sector right now

With the increase in vacancies rising in the run up to Christmas, hospitality is a sector with some of the most vacancies.

Salary is dependent on experience, and the type of contract you are offered. Totaljobs found that in a sample size of 7,745 people the average salary is £25,000.

But which jobs are offering that?

According to Totaljobs the average salary for hospitality jobs in Liverpool is £29,000, but can range from £23,000-32,500.

Here is a snapshot of some of the most popular jobs available in Liverpool today:

1. £15,336 - £22,00 per year, Coffee Barista Popular coffee shop Rococo Coffee House located in the city center is currently recruiting. They have both full time and part time positions available.

2. £20,000 - Front of House SupervisorDream apartments are looking to fill a full time position on their team. This is a position that requires you to work 40 hours a week.

3. £25,411-£38-974, Front of House Staff Marstons PLC, one of th eUK’s largest pub chains, is looking for extra members of the Bar and Waiting team. Offering an experience dependent salary.

4. £12 an hour, Bartender El Gato Negro Tapas is looking for a part timer with experience in cocktail training.

5. £11 an hour, Floor staff/ServerMoose Coffee is looking for someone to join their fast paced environment, offering between £8-12 per hour.

6. £10.50 per hour, ServerSix By Nico Liverpool is looking for someone to join their team offering a part time role, between 8-30 hours per week. 

7. £10 an hour, Floor staffRoxy Ball Room is hoping to fill a part time position. With hours ranging from 18-35 per week

8. £9.36-£10.36 an hour, BaristaCosta coffee is looking for multiple baristas to train up!

9. £9.41 an hour, Bar AssistantHanover Hotel and McCartney’s Bar are offering a permanent contract with good progression.

10. £13,933 - £17-969 per year, Front of House Team Member LEAF are recruiting new members, with roles such as Waiter, Baristas, Hosts, and Bartenders available.

This is just a handful of the positions available at the moment that are paying above the minimum wage. However, the national living wage changes every year.

It has been reported that prime minister Boris Johnson will increase the minimum wage to £9.42 in the coming weeks.

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