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SHOWCASE


The Dorchester T


he Dorchester, part of Dorchester Collection, is one of London’s most iconic hotels. Aside


from the hotel itself, it is the people who work here who make it special. Our teams are incredibly passionate about what they do and strive to deliver the ultimate guest experience. Whether it is working with us for a six-month placement or mapping out your career here, The Dorchester is the ultimate choice. Our people are at the heart of what we do, which is why we will always look to develop our internal talent and promote from within. At The Dorchester we allow our employees to participate in our cross-exposure programme, which sets us apart from many other hotels. This allows our employees to gain experience in many different departments and progress in a field they are passionate about. Our award-winning graduate programme is also designed to take our graduates to the next level, not only through time spent in their departments, but also through internal training on topics such as recruitment, PR and leadership. However, it’s not all about work! We want your place of work to be somewhere


fun. Our ‘We Care’ philosophy means we offer many team events, such as competitive pub quizzes, kids’ Christmas parties with a special visit from Father Christmas, summer picnics in the park, and our annual winter ball in our stunning ballroom, as well as much more. Our hotel is an environment that is caring, enjoyable and has endless possibilities, helping you to get the most out of your career. Care to join us?


Contact www.dorchestercollection.com/en/careers www.linkedin.com/company/the-dorchester Instagram: @peopleofthedorchester


Whether you prefer front or back of house, you can gain experience in each department before deciding where your passion lies at this luxurious London hotel Case study


The Grill at The Dorchester The Grill at The Dorchester, known for its table-side carving, the best soufflés in London and its breathtaking interior, is brought to life by the wonderful food and beverage team, who make the diner’s experience so special. Our restaurant manager, John


Smith, began his career serving pints in a pub, but quickly aspired to work in a luxury environment. He joined The Dorchester in the restaurant as a supervisor, and quickly climbed the ranks to assistant manager and then to his current position.


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John’s team is at the forefront


of everything he does, and he drives his colleagues to perform to the best of their ability. Our assistant restaurant manager, Pia Flavell, has also grown through the company. She started off in our graduate programme, where she completed a six-month rotation in the Grill, mastering each and every task, all the way from commis de rang to supervisor. She is never afraid to jump in and help the team out anywhere she is needed. Working alongside the Grill


is Alain Ducasse protégé and executive chef Guillaume Katola and master sommelier Christopher Delalonde. With these amazing leaders at the helm, the team can truly learn from some of the best in the business, whether they are on our graduate programme, doing an internship, or wishing to grow and develop in a team like John’s. The Grill is an excellent place to start a hospitality career, offering year-long placements, internship and full-time roles. We welcome your passion here!

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