As the sporting world prepares to throw open its gates to supporters once more, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club are seeking enthusiastic casual assistants to work across their hospitality offering.
With international cricket set to return to Trent Bridge this summer after a pandemic-enforced absence, and with Notts’ reigning T20 Vitality Blast champions bringing their blockbuster brand of cricket back to their historic home, a landmark cricketing summer is in the offing.
A host of catering and hospitality options complement the on-field action, ranging from food and drink for supporters in the stands to elevated levels of luxury in suites around the ground.
The placements on offer this summer will allow trainees to spend time working in the various Trent Bridge kitchens, restaurants and bars to familiarise themselves with all aspects of the operation.
Trainees will receive training to prepare them for the world of work, including a customer service qualification. They will also have the opportunity to enhance their English, Maths and essential digital skills.
“Our permanent staffing of 120 can rise well beyond 1,000 when we deliver major events such as those that are upcoming this year,” said Commercial Director Michael Temple.
“The traineeships that we are able to offer in the coming months will not only be invaluable as we seek to deliver the exemplary spectator experience for which we are famed; they will also aim to foster sufficient practical skill levels amongst trainees to support them in taking the first steps in long careers.
“Trent Bridge is a great place to work, and we look forward to training and hiring new employees to support the rebirth of the sports and live entertainment industry at a challenging time.”
The traineeships on offer begin in May. Find out more, and apply, here.