Sixty Eight Jobs is a brand-new hospitality recruitment platform, set to revolutionise the recruitment process, providing a niche jobs board for hourly paid hospitality roles across Greater Manchester.
Powered by Sixty Eight People, a prolific hospitality recruitment agency, founded by Abi Dunn, that puts people and their development at the heart of everything, Sixty Eight Jobs will look to emulate this, connecting the most exciting hospitality businesses to the brightest stars in the industry.
The platform is proudly working so far with Mission Mars, operators of Albert’s Schloss and Rudy’s, Junkyard Golf Club, Blues Kitchen, Ducie Street Warehouse and Freight Island.
With the hospitality industry one of the worst affected following the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown, Sixty Eight Jobs will look to rebuild it in a swift and effective way.
Specifically for hourly paid roles within Greater Manchester, Sixty Eight Jobs is a platform built by hospitality recruitment experts to ensure that the look and feel of the site fits the employers and will attract the right candidates, with exclusive content that support both in their recruitment journey.
Offering a refreshing change from often outdated corporate, all sector boards, which have high volumes of applications but with low quality, Sixty Eight Jobs looks to counteract this, providing a new exhilarating platform with informal language, fresh imagery and slick mobile friendly process.
For candidates, simply create a 68 Profile on the site which takes minutes. From here, Sixty Eight Jobs will connect them directly with the best hospitality employers in the city, from work in bars, restaurants, cinemas, hotels or coffee shops.
For employees, a range of packages are available, which include the ability to custom design ads and share the link to all platforms. Sixty Eight Jobs also keeps track of all applications, storing CV’s in one handy place.
Packages include STAR, CLUSTER and GALAXY, and as part of the Sixty Eight Jobs continued crusade to support the industry, all packages will initially be free:
£0/Month which includes one job post per month which remains live for 28 days.
Free until 1st October, and then £50 per month.
A monthly subscription which offers five job posts a month, with each one live for 28 days.
Free until 1st October, and then £99 per month.
A monthly subscription which offers unlimited posts a month, with each one live for 28 days.
The Sixty Eight Jobs STAR package will always remain free, from the 1st October the CLUSTER and GALAXY packages will incur a small monthly fee.
Speaking on the launch of Sixty Eight Jobs, founder Abi Dunn said, “This past year for the hospitality industry has just been absolutely devastating, and for me to watch it happen but powerless to do anything has been really hard. This is when I decided to put my time to good use and develop a brand new platform that provided a slick and straightforward way to connect exciting businesses with hospitality stars.
Sixty Eight Jobs isn’t about making money, it’s about creating a platform that helps hospitality businesses recover, helping them secure the right people for the job. This is just phase one of the project, and I aspire to turn this into an app further down the line, even looking to expand into further cities.”
Sixty Eight Jobs will launch officially on 31st March, proudly working so far with Mission Mars, operators of Albert’s Schloss and Rudy’s, Junkyard Golf Club, Blues Kitchen, Ducie Street Warehouse, Freight Island and the highly anticipated Ramona.
Sixty Eight Recruitment is a highly connected hospitality recruitment agency based in the North and serving thriving hospitality hubs spanning Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool & Birmingham.
Abi Dunn is founder and chief of dream jobs at Sixty Eight People and Sixty Eight Jobs. With a client roster including Mission Mars, Everyman Cinema and Dishoom, she is City of Manchester Business Awards’ current Recruiter of the Year and has spent 20 years in bar operations, including six years as head of recruitment and training for Revolution vodka bars.
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