Host jobs

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Host jobs are an absolutely essential part of the hospitality industry, so there are plenty of great options for eager jobseekers. Being a host is a good job for anyone who considers themselves to be on the extroverted side, with a good sense of organisation, timing, and people skills. If you’re looking to find work as a host, you’re in the right place. YoungCapital has heaps of vacancies in various areas of the hospitality industry, ready for you to browse through. Sign up with us today, and you’ll be raking in the cash with a host job in no time.

What are host jobs?

So, what exactly does a host do? How can you be the host with the most? It’s the host’s job to manage the customers, keep them happy, and generally make sure things are running smoothly. The host has to keep track of the bar or restaurant’s reservations, and always have enough tables ready to accommodate everyone. It can be a tough job, with people throwing questions at you all the time, so it’s important that you’re able to keep your cool in stressful situations. Another important part of working as a host is putting on a positive attitude and a smile, especially when things are going pear shaped. Think you can handle it? Have a look at the vacancies on this page to find your best match, or check out our other promotion jobs.

No matter what kind of work your schedule demands, there’s a host job that’ll suit what you’re looking for. Of course, there are full-time jobs available in restaurants and bars if you want to put in the hours and get a nice big pay cheque for it. On the other hand, you might only need something part-time to top up your bank balance and give yourself some extra spending money. In that case, have a look at some of our part-time jobs for hosts. If you’re a student whose schedule is packed during the week, or you just have lots of other responsibilities during the day, why not look at getting a weekend job or evening job as a host? You can still fit earning some money around all your important commitments. There are jobs for hosts at events and functions, that would only be temporary or seasonal work – perfect if you only need some spare cash every so often. As you can probably tell, there are so many options for hosting jobs that can easily fit around your busy schedule. Find your best match by looking through the vacancies on this page.

Best cities for host jobs

Wondering where the best place to work as a host is? Let us run you through some of our top picks. Host jobs in London are as common as a cold, due to the huge food culture and massive number of restaurants and bars in the city. The bustling nature of the nation’s capital does come with a price tag though; the cost of living in London is high, compared to other UK cities. If you would rather get more out of your wages, have a look at host jobs in Manchester. The city is just as lively, but you’ll get more bang for your buck there. Or, if you want to go even cheaper, you can find plenty of great host jobs in Glasgow. Generally speaking, the smaller the town or city, the lower the cost of living, so bear that in mind when you start your search.

How to find host jobs near me

Struggling to find a host job in your area? Let us lend a hand. We’ve created a useful filter that can get rid of any irrelevant vacancies in seconds. All you have to do is add the city or town you like to our search box, and you’ll only be shown jobs based in and around there. For example, to find host jobs in Birmingham, just type in ‘Birmingham’ and hit ‘search’. Once you find a few vacancies that pique your interest, you can either save them to your profile for later, or apply straight away. It couldn’t be easier to find a host job that ticks all your boxes, so what are you waiting for? Start your search asap, and don’t delay in sending in those applications.

FAQs about host jobs:


When will I hear about my application for a host job?

You should hear back from us within a week of sending your application for a host job. You can also track your application in your profile, or get in touch with us if it’s been too long.

What qualifications do I need to work as a host?

You don’t need any major qualifications for a host job, although some experience is always handy. The most important thing is to have a positive attitude and a bit of patience.

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