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We’re always on the lookout for top-quality people who can help us run our pubs and keep our customers smiling. From the superb Salamander to the glorious Graze restaurants, from the bustling Beerd in Bristol to the gratifying Grapes in Oxford, we have a host of sites across the West of England.
So if you’re a friendly, customer-focused and an enthusiastic team player with a real passion for all things food and drink as well as self-motivated with a desire to achieve the very highest standards, we’d love to hear from you! We have a range of positions from Chefs, to General Managers, to Bar and Waiting staff - please see below for a list of current vacancies.
For more information please click on the position that interests you. Remember to include a covering letter that clearly states why you would like to work with us and what special qualities you offer. We want to work with interesting people, so whether you’re into body piercing or bird watching (something it’s alleged that our MD has a bit of a thing for) please tell us what makes you, you. Contact details are also included in the listing if you require further information.
One of the most beautiful and historical Georgian cities this side of the Channel.
The Hop Pole, Bath
The Salamander, Bath
The Swan, Swineford
See also our new site Graze Bath
We love Brizzle - a truly great bohemian and cosmopolitan city in the South West.
The Hare on The Hill, Bristol
The Wellington, Bristol
Bath Ales establishments are popping up in some of the finest cities in the West.
The Grapes, Oxford
Across the Estate
Our fantastic new site located next to the 19th century Bath Spa Train Station. Offering great food and drink in a relaxed and sophisticated setting based on the same successful combination as Graze Bristol and Cirencester.
Due to our ever expanding Kitchen Team we are looking for more Chef de Parties
Please send your CV and covering letter marked for the attention of Stacey Day to email@example.com and add Graze Bath in the subject field.