front of house


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front of house

n
(Theatre) the areas of a theatre, opera house, etc, used by the audience
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Looking for "energetic and friendly people with a can do attitude" front of house staff is Just The Tonic, with over 185 shows in 19 different venues.
Before moving to Dubai and Radisson Blu, McKenzie spent two years at InterContinental London -- The O2, recently holding the position of front of house manager.
"Receiving a NHF Business Award is a huge accomplishment for Richard Wallace Hairdressing and their Front of House Team so they should be thrilled with what they have achieved!"
Roles available include front of house, waiting or bar staff, cleaners and chefs.
It is open to the public but as well as preparing quality dishes for its customers, its main priority is to prepare the next generation of chefs and front of house staff for professional life by demanding high standards in a real-life setting and helping them towards a range of high standard professional qualifications.
You only have to talk to the front of house staff at the centre to learn how respected he is and how loyal he is to his staff.
Management, front of house and catering staff are wanted at a new trampoline and play centre opening in February in Benfield Business Park, Newcastle.Funshack.co.uk
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Daniel Coulton, owner of the Trefnant Inn pub in Trefnant, near Denbigh, recently posted a job advert to the pub's Facebook page looking for "two young lads" to work in the kitchen and "a new barmaid" to work front of house.
The 8x10in front of house cards were displayed in cinemas in the 60s to advertise movies.
The event was also attended by Destination Management Companies (DMC) operators as well as hotel concierges and front of house staff.

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