New job vacancies up for grabs for Hinckley’s branch of Benito’s – and they hint at a potential opening date

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 19 January 2021

HINCKLEY’S newest branch of Mexican restaurant chain, Benito’s, are now hiring staff members with five new jobs up for grabs, ahead of their opening next month.

Promotional posters on the exterior of Benito’s Hinckley (Image: Mason Moore)

Job listings for the chain’s yet-to-open Highcross Buildings-based restaurant were quietly listed on employment website Indeed.com today (Wednesday, 19 January).

Whilst Benito’s have not yet revealed an opening date themselves, the Free Press can reveal that successful applicants are expected to start on Tuesday, 1 February.

Five jobs have been listed in total, showing that the Hinckley branch are hiring for:

  • Chef
  • Duty Manager
  • Front of House Team Member
  • Kitchen Assistant
  • Kitchen Team Leader

The listings state that staff are “urgently needed” – and next Saturday (29 January) is the day of the deadline to submit job applications by.

The link to apply can be found here.

All employees will be treated to an unlimited 50 per cent off staff discount on food and drink – and they will further receive a 20 per cent discount for family and friends.

A paid break and meal on duty are also on offer, for all listings, according to Indeed.

It will be led by former Loungers Group member, Molly Pinson, who is a Hinckley resident herself, and has joined the Benito’s family following on from her last role at Treetop Adventure Golf, in Leicester.

Bottomless brunches and margaritas on offer

A full dine-in menu of Benito’s famous burritos, tacos, nachos grande, and quesadillas will be on offer – as well as their ‘signature’ margarita menu and cocktail list.

Breakfasts and bottomless brunches will be available from 11am to 11pm on weekdays, and from 10am on the weekends.

Benito’s: “Hinckley is the ‘perfect location’”

Michael Pearson, Director of Benito’s, stated why Hinckley is the first branch to open outside of London and Oxford.

He said: “We’ve chosen Hinckley because it’s a fabulous, bustling market town that has always been a popular destination for eating, drinking and entertainment in the wider area.

“We are pleased to have found what we believe to be the perfect location for our Mexican bar and restaurant and are looking forward to joining the Hinckley community.”

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