- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
37.00 per week
- Working Week
9-5 Monday to Friday
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
The Indus Emirates Limited
Description of Opportunity
To promote all products and services using all digital platforms. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Angela Curtis
firstname.lastname@example.org - BACK 2 WORK COMPLETE TRAINING LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001787379)
Good knowledge of Digital Marketing, Social Media platforms, Adobe Spark software, Google Drive
Confidence in executing creative output
5 GCSEs at grades A*-C/9-4 (or equivalent) including maths and English Language.
Willingness to be trained and developed
Ability to use own initiative
Flexible approach to work
Well presented, polite and well spoken
Positive 'can do' attitude
An interest in this type of business would be an advantage.
There could be a possiblity of a full time role post Apprenticeship.
The Original Indus
The original Indus was opened in 1968 in Doncaster by Karim Din and was the first licensed Indian restaurant in Yorkshire.
With the help of his son Nayeem Din it became the most successful restaurant in the region throughout the 1980's and 1990's. It was revolutionary in its very nature - no flock wall paper, no Indian music and no small cramped tables.
Yorkshire's most renowned restaurant
The original Indus combined great food and service with the atmosphere of the coolest of bars. This ambience had only been witnessed in restaurants in London and the major cities. The original Indus was Yorkshire's most renowned restaurant.
It was synonymous as the favourite haunt of cricketing legend Sir Ian Botham. The friendship between Karim & Sir Ian still exists today and included The Indus providing all the food for Sir Ian Botham's legendary charity walks in aid of Leukaemia Research.
Success for over 37 years
The Indus continued very successfully for 37 years until 2005 when it finally closed its doors on Silver Street.
Whilst it is impossible to recreate the incredible atmosphere the original Indus possessed; what we hope we can do is offer the same level of fantastic quality fresh Indian food combined with exceptional service.
The Indus Lives On
The restaurant menu shows some of the original Indus dishes which are still popular with customers who remember the originals - and will be developed to combine some new unique dishes from the Indian sub-continent & the Middle East.
All the dishes are made fresh and as healthy as possible. They are made with the minimum amount of fresh vegetable oil. There are no preservatives, additives or any artificial colourings added. This is healthy Indian food.