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Titanic Belfast recruiting 80 frontline staff

Titanic Belfast front of house team, Mairead Sweeney, Deirdra Wade, Geoff Fulton and Conor Clarke, are pictured as the visitor attarction announces they are recruiting for 80 roles ahead of high season
Titanic Belfast front of house team, Mairead Sweeney, Deirdra Wade, Geoff Fulton and Conor Clarke, are pictured as the visitor attarction announces they are recruiting for 80 roles ahead of high season

Titanic Belfast is recruiting 80 new frontline staff in a variety of roles.

The world's largest Titanic exhibition is recruiting staff on fixed-term contracts for roles at both Titanic Belfast and and on-board SS Nomadic.

Roles available include visitor experience, ticketing, hospitality outlets and retail.

Titanic Belfast currently has a team of around 300, with the expansion coming as part of the attraction's plans for 2020.

Chief Executive of Titanic Belfast Judith Owens said staff were one of the key assets and reasons for the success of the facility.

"This year, we are recruiting for 80 roles and we want staff who are truly passionate about communicating Titanic’s story and showcasing the best of Belfast and Northern Ireland to local, national and international tourists – if this is you, you could be part of our award-winning crew,” she said.

Titanic Belfast offers staff a training programme, including on the job customer service training and a benefits package.

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The site boasts a six-floor building featuring nine interpretive and interactive galleries.

It includes temporary exhibits, a banqueting suite, education and community facilities, catering and retail space, and a basement car park

Almost 6 million people have visited Titanic Belfast since opening in 2012.

Full details of the posts are available at www.titanicbelfast.com/careers.

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