Mere Golf Resort & Spa opening will create 100 jobs

The Mere Golf Resort & Spa, Cheshire, will create 100 jobs in the region when it opens in March 2012.

Mere Golf Resort & Spa opening to create 100 jobs
Mere Golf Resort & Spa opening to create 100 jobs

In March 2012, The Mere will open as a luxury resort, offering event facilities, a golf course and spa along with a new build 81-room hotel, including suites and three dining options across the resort.

A variety of roles, including head concierge, night manager and rooms division manager are currently being recruited for.
 
The recruitment drive will expand The Mere’s team from 130 to 230.
 
The Mere general manager Graeme Nesbitt said: "This is a very exciting time for us as a company and it’s fantastic to be able to boost the local job market with our new development, especially in the current economic climate. It is such a great opportunity for anyone interested in furthering their career at the luxury end of the hospitality industry."

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