Gulliver’s Theme Park seeks duty managers for latest resort

Gulliver’s Theme Park and Resorts is on the hunt for duty managers for its new Rotherham development.

In a statement released late last week, the group revealed it is now seeking applications for duty managers to join its team at the location ahead of a closing date on 10 February.

Elaborating on the kinds of recruits they are seeking, managing director Julie Dalton said: “We need people who have significant leadership experience, thrive in a fast-paced environment and are confident managing large teams. The right candidates will have excellent communication skills, be innovative and flexible – it's a career that offers an exciting future, with lots of responsibilities…

“Duty managers will have a shared responsibility for the day-to-day operations across the whole resort including productivity, performance, hospitality and guest experience. Specialist areas include entertainment, rides, attractions, health & safety, food, beverage and retail.”

The group already has three theme park resorts located in Milton Keynes, Matlock Bath and Warrington, its ‘Gulliver’s Valley’ development in Rotherham is its largest project to date, spanning 250 acres of land.

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