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Founded in 1983 by Courage Brewery, Harvester is a chain of restaurants that are situated across the United Kingdom and with over 200 outlets in towns and cities they could be a good place to look for part time, evening and weekend student jobs. Since 2003, the Harvester chain of restaurants has been owned by Mitchells & Butlers plc and the number of restaurants has continued to grow since this time. Harvester restaurants specialise in flame-grilled meals, roast chicken and salad bars.

Working at Harvester could be ideal for students as it is a restaurant chain that employs many staff on a part time basis. If you are looking for part time evening and weekend work to earn some extra funds to replenish the bank account then you could work as bar staff, waiting on an serving food or, if you have an interest in catering, you could even work in the kitchens. For graduates and young people looking for full time, permanent roles, Harvester also has management roles where training and development programmes are in place from Mitchells & Butlers to help you build your career.

To work in the pub and restaurant industry, you need to enjoy serving the general public and making sure they are enjoying their experience. Harvester say their staff are the stars of the company and are responsible for making sure all customers have a memorable experience when they visit. If you like the idea of student jobs where you are dealing with the general public and you can be flexible with the hours you work, Harvester could be a good place to begin your search. As long as you are outgoing and sociable, Harvester require no previous experience from you; just a desire to learn. They will provide the necessary training.

Harvester restaurants are located throughout England, Scotland and Wales so university students could well find they have a Harvester quite local to their student accommodation. London, the southeast of England and the southwest have a good concentration of Harvester restaurants, as does the northwest.

Harvester restaurants does not have specific recruitment dates so whether you are a student or young person looking for part time jobs or perhaps a graduate hoping to work in a management role within the hospitality industry you can apply for vacancies as and when they arise. Recruitment for jobs in Harvester restaurants is ongoing.

So whatever type of student jobs, apprenticeships or even graduate career, you are looking for - front of house, dealing with customers on a daily basis, working in the kitchens as an assistant or chef, management or head office work, head on over to our Mitchells & Butlers profile page to find out more and, if you want to, begin your application process.

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