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Titanic Belfast launches recruitment drive for 50 summer jobs

By Claire Williamson

Published 28/01/2016

Titanic Belfast’s crew are pictured celebrating as recruitment opens for 50 new frontline fixed-term jobs for its summer high season. This is the company’s largest single recruitment drive since opening in 2012 and jobs range across Visitor Experience, Ticketing, Retail and Events.
Picture credit ©Matt Mackey/Presseye.com
Titanic Belfast’s crew are pictured celebrating as recruitment opens for 50 new frontline fixed-term jobs for its summer high season. This is the company’s largest single recruitment drive since opening in 2012 and jobs range across Visitor Experience, Ticketing, Retail and Events. Picture credit ©Matt Mackey/Presseye.com

Fifty new jobs are being created at Titanic Belfast as it gears up for its busy summer season.

The world-class exhibition, which continues to exceed expectations and has now welcomed over 2.7 million visitors from over 145 countries, is recruiting for 50 public facing roles on fixed-term contracts.

The contracts will vary in durations from April to September and positions will be across Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic.

This is the company’s largest single recruitment drive since opening in 2012 and jobs range across the front line, including Visitor Experience, Ticketing, Retail and Events.

Chief Executive of Titanic Belfast, Tim Husbands MBE said: “At Titanic Belfast, we value our staff as one of key assets and reasons for success having been named Europe’s best visitor attraction for groups, beating the Eiffel Tour and London Eye as well as listed in Lonely Planet's Ultimate Travelist of the world's most striking locations.

"To ensure our world-class standards are met and maintained, all our employees go through a robust training programme, including substantial on the job and bespoke customer service training.

"If you have excellent communication skills and interest in both Titanic and Belfast’s industrial heritage – you could have the ‘Titanic-factor’ and be part of our award-winning crew.”

In the first three years the exhibition which was hailed by the Prime Minister, generated £105 million in additional tourism spend for the Northern Ireland economy and has sustained around 893 jobs each year in the wider economy.

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