Jobs in Brighton
Jobs in Brighton and prospects in hospitality are excellent, and the number of industry vacancies increases year-on-year. This foodie capital is a great place to find chef jobs and waitressing work, and there are pubs galore for bar work.
The UK’s most popular seaside city, Brighton also attracts year-round tourists, making it an excellent option for hotel work.
Where to work in Brighton
Brighton’s distinct neighbourhoods each have a unique vibe.
The historic Lanes are a maze of cool cafes, bars and pioneering restaurants, and the seafront hotels are always busy with tourists. Hanover is known for its atmospheric pubs, and quirky Kemp Town is fiercely independent with a so many hospitality opportunities.
Look for jobs in Hove (actually!)
The city is officially known as Brighton and Hove. Head west of the BA i360, and you’ll find yourself in Hove – the city’s calmer side.
Hove boasts some of the city’s best coffee shops and fine-dining restaurants. You can walk here from the town centre, or hop on a bus or train, so be sure to include Hove in your job search.
The best work-life balance
It’s official, Brighton has one of the best work-life balances in the UK.
Morning strolls by the sea, lunchtime swims, and barbeques after work are part of daily life, and local employers offer even more: a recent study revealed that jobs in Brighton and Hove are more likely to offer perks, flexible hours and parental benefits than other UK locations.
How to find jobs in Brighton
This means we’re the first in-line to hear about new jobs and new openings, and we take real pride in helping you the Brighton hospitality job you’ll love.
You can also check out the 2019 Brighton Restaurant Awards‘ award winning venues, so you can see who are perceived to be the best according to what this public vote thinks and this may go some way in deciding your next job in Brighton.