Jobs boost for Dyce

By Joanne Warnock

A new pub and restaurant is to open in Dyce creating up to 100 new jobs.

Dyce Farm, on International Drive, is part of the Farmhouse Inn chain , owned by Greene King and will be their first venture in Aberdeen.

General Manager, John Tracey said:

“We have an extensive menu with a full carvery which gives great variety, there is also a play zone and the restaurant is zoned to give an adult area and a family area.

“We are famous for our homemade cakes and offer cake-away as an option for those who might not have room left.”

Due to open doors on 31 October 2016 – the company is holding a recruitment drive next week and are looking for the following as both full-time and part-time positions:

Chefs
Carvery chefs
Cake Creators / Bakers (All cakes are made on site)
Kitchen Manager
Kitchen Assistant / Pot washers
Assistant managers
Front of House Team Leaders
Restaurant and Bar Team
Cleaners

They are also holding a recruitment open day on 23 August, at Aberdeen’s Copthorne Hotel, Huntly Street at 10am-7pm.

If interested – email your CV to dycefarm@yahoo.com with a few details about yourself, what role/hours you’re looking for and a contact number.

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