Matchday Hospitality Roles
Matchday & Events Current Vacancies
Job Title: Match Day Hospitality – All Roles
Job Types: Casual
Salary: Not disclosed
Manchester United is one of the leading football clubs in the world and has one of the strongest brand names in sport. We have won 20 League titles, have been FIFA Club World Cup Champions and have won three European Cups!
Manchester United is looking for passionate, enthusiastic people who are willing to commit themselves to us for each of our home games at Old Trafford in the following hospitality roles;
Job Title: Waiting On
Reports to: Hospitality Manager/Supervisor
You will be working within one of our Hospitality Suites or Box Areas, serving guests that are attending a match day. The ideal candidate would be confident, outgoing, and have a friendly nature. Must also be comfortable working as part of a team and taking instructions well.
Job Title: Bar Staff
Reports To: Bar Manager/Supervisor
Must be over the age of 18 and will be required to work in hospitality suites and dispense bars within the stadium. A bar position requires a well presented candidate who is trustworthy and respectful with a pleasant manner and a welcoming and cheery personality.
Job Title: Kiosk Assistant
Reports To: Kiosk Service Champion
Working on a busy concourse area within separate concessions around the stadium; you will work as part of a team that is directed by a Service Champion. This position requires a well presented candidate with a friendly, approachable attitude who can show confidence when welcoming customers to Old Trafford and serving in a fast paced environment.
Applicants in this role would preferably be 18 or over, those who apply must note that working with and/or around alcohol will be involved
Job Title: Back of House Assistant
Reports To: Back of House Team Leader
You would be working within the kitchens supporting the hospitality teams. This role involves operating machinery such as pot-wash machines and the movement of stores and equipment around the stadium. It is a physical role in which assistants may be required to work in smaller teams or under their own supervision.
'Manchester United Limited is an equal opportunities employer and recognises the importance of safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in our work place.'