Could your career take a new direction with a high-flying role?


wagamama, the UK’s favourite pan-Asian restaurant chain, is set to shake up Gatwick when it launches at the airport this summer, and is looking for the best and brightest staff to jump on board for the adventure of a lifetime.
Bursting with colours, flavours and excitement, the wagamama at Gatwick North and South terminals will be one of the most bustling, exhilarating environments to work in across the south when it opens later this year.
Welcoming 34 million passengers every year, from more destinations than any other UK airport, Gatwick is the perfect match for wagamama's famously vibrant and diverse restaurants. To complement this, they’re looking for team members, chefs and kitchen staff who can really embody the wagamama values of fresh food and fresh attitudes.
The search is on for passionate people who love being part of a fast-moving team and are always looking for chances to go the extra mile. For candidates who fit the bill, this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to become part of something special.
Applications are open now, so if you're ambitious, keen to learn and eager to fulfill your potential, apply now.

What the staff say:

“I love working at wagamama because I’m allowed to be me. I can be creative and different and no two days are the same. I’ve been working here for 3 and half years and had some amazing opportunities including being part of the wagamama lounge and the noodle tour”

“I love wagamama and have been crazy about it for years before I started working at my branch. I quickly realised that it was my dream job!”

Working at Gatwick – some key facts

• The airport operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It’s the UK’s second busiest airport, the world’s busiest single use runway and has just reported record passenger numbers, so no two days are ever the same!

• Gatwick is one of the UK’s best-connected airports, just 30 minutes from both central London and Brighton by train.

• Gatwick flies to 200 locations worldwide, more destinations than any other UK airport, including Tripoli, Casablanca, Las Vegas, Havana and many more!

• It’s not just the passengers who contribute to the airport’s bustling atmosphere – 23,000 people work there, so you’ll be in good company!  

Beth Troake

Tuesday, 14 April 2015 at 12:36pm

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