W H Brakspear
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W H Brakspear Careers and Employment

About us
The Brakspear managed division was launched in 2013. That’s not to say we’re new to pubs. Brakspear began life brewing beer in Henley on Thames back in 1711. In fact, we’re proud to say we’re the oldest family-run company in the whole of Oxfordshire, and our HQ still remains in Henley today.

This new part of our business has a fresh, innovative and
 – more... progressive approach and we’re aiming for the top. We want to make sure our pubs are the best they can be, places people want to go to and have a good time.

We want people who are like-minded, professional and fun to work with. You’ll be part of a large team which means you have to be passionate, enthusiastic and proactive to really enjoy working with us.


Because we’re expanding, there’s always lots of opportunity to progress your career. We want ambitious individuals who are eager and always focused on the guest. Plenty of training is on offer to improve your knowledge and skills to help you succeed, and gain promotion within the pubs.


In return we offer:

Competitive rates of pay plus tips

Employee recognition rewards

A range of on-the-job training including ALPH personal licence and level 3 Food Safety

Industry recognised qualifications, such as Cask Marque’s cellar management course, and intermediate WSET Wine and Spirits Education Trust

Living accommodation may be available with some pubs too, especially for those working full time
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What is it like to work at W H Brakspear?

3.3
Work/Life Balance
3.3
Salary/Benefits
2.8
Job Security/Advancement
2.5
Management
3.8
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at W H Brakspear?

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CEO
Tom Davies
3.0
Never got the opportunity
Written by Deputy Manager (Former Employee) from Oxfordshire on 28 August 2019
Loved the place, the people I worked with, the regulars and lovely guests that I proudly and happily served. Problem was, not enough staff, terribly done, ever changing rotas which were poorly communicated, no proper training of systems done, no real communication between GM to DM though I asked numerous times to sit down. Just not professional at - more...
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