The General Manager of the 5-star Lough Erne Resort has welcomed the announcement by the NI Executive in relation to the re-opening of the province’s hospitality sector post-lockdown and announced the resort is launching a recruitment drive to hire around 30 staff.
The roles – a mix of full and part-time positions – will include a Chef De Partie for the resort’s acclaimed 3 AA Rosette Catalina Restaurant.
Joanne Walsh, General Manager at Lough Erne Resort said: “After a challenging year, we are delighted to finally have a re-opening date for the resort. We have spent the last year creating a range of new activities and packages and our entire team is looking forward to welcoming our guests back.
“I am proud to say we have retained our full team with no redundancies and following a massive surge in forward bookings and unprecedented interest from the south of Ireland, we are pleased to be recruiting for over 30 full and part-time roles across the resort. People are at the heart of everything we do at Lough Erne Resort. We are seeking ambitious individuals who want to play their part in a real local success story and work with one of the most respected luxury brands in Ireland.
“This is an exciting time to join our team as we launch a range of new activities and prepare to welcome our valued guests back to the tranquillity and natural beauty of the Fermanagh Lakelands.”
A virtual recruitment week will take place week commencing 26 April. For further information on roles available and to register for the Resort’s virtual recruitment week check out www.lougherneresort.com/careers
Lough Erne Resort has used the extended lockdown periods to develop a new range of exciting offerings, including the addition of a new woodland adventure trail which will launch this summer.
The Resort has also introduced a variety of relaxing wellbeing activities that will take place throughout the resort’s 600 acres of idyllic countryside, including paint lessons by the lake, SUP, lakeside yoga and water bikes that will allow guests to take in the scenic landscape whilst pedalling along the lake.