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Chislehurst restaurant to create 50 new jobs with two recruitment days next week

PUBLISHED: 17:00 13 July 2017

Recruitment days for Gusto, opening in Chislehurst in the autumn, take place next week

Recruitment days for Gusto, opening in Chislehurst in the autumn, take place next week

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Two recruitment days are set to take place

A new restaurant in Chislehurst is set to create 50 jobs ahead of its expected opening in the autumn.

Gusto is hosting recruitment days on July 18 and 19 at Chislehurst Methodist Church to help recruit positions both in the kitchen and in the restaurant ahead of its expected opening in September.

The High Street restaurant will be based at the former home of Oriel.

Sue Crimes managing director for Gusto said: “We’re thrilled to be opening our first London-based Gusto. Chislehurst is the perfect fit for our brand and we think that those working and living locally will really enjoy the excellent food, drinks and atmosphere that we provide.

“Excellent customer service is something that really sets our restaurant bar apart, which is why we offer extensive training for team members and opportunities for real career progression.

“We ensure that team members are well supported in their roles as well as creating a fun working environment.

“We look forward to meeting those interested in working with our exciting restaurant brand.”

The recruitment day, which is open to all, will be from 10am to 5pm on both days, with CVs asked to be emailed to jobs@gustorestuarants.uk.com.

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