When considering a career in tourism or specifically hotel jobs, Cork is good destination. We’ve already written about jobs in Cork in one of our recent articles. There, we discussed life in Cork and the benefits of it, as well as different business opportunities it can provide you with. However, in today’s article we’ll be focusing on hotel jobs Cork has to offer. Aside from the fact Cork is a stunning and vibrant town it’s also a business and cultural hub of the region. Moreover, with 76 hotels, it’s bound to be a good choice in continuing your career in tourism and hospitality. You can always check tourism stats for regions on Failte Ireland’s sites but with a quick view you see the distribution of numbers you’d expect. Dublin is in the lead with Cork and Galway taking the second place.
Some of the employers on Tourism Recruit who advertise hotel jobs in Cork are as follows:
Hotel jobs Cork – average salaries
Average salaries in Ireland differ from county to county which isn’t surprising considering living costs vary too. Of course, they’re also going to depend on the rating, type and size of the hotel. As well as your experience. Below are average salaries for a number of tourism roles in Cork.
- Waiter – €10.68 per hour
- F&B supervisor – €26 000 – 27 000
- Bar Manager – €29,687
- F&B Manager – €30,816
- Receptionist/Front Office Agent – €11.37 per hour
- Housekeepers/Accommodation Assistants – €10.17 per hour
- Travel Agent – €24,131
- Tour guide – €16.68 per hour but this is an average salary for Ireland, not just Cork.
Since it’s a busy town, there are also loads of part time jobs in Cork as well as temp jobs and the like. We will be publishing an article specifically for Chef jobs in Cork where we will list their salaries.
You can check out our selection of hotel jobs Cork offers here. When you register, you’ll have the option of saving multiple CVs so your application are always tailored to the job you’re going for. Good luck in your job search.