All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Carluccio's employees based on 35 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
2.7/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.2/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.6/5
 
Company Culture:
4/5
 
Career Progression:
3.7/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
4/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.9/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.8/5
 

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Average start time: 7:00

Average end time: 16:00

Average number of working hours: 9

Based on 35 reviews


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Application Advice:

Make sure you are fully aware of what the job will entail, a background in working in hospitality will help. Make sure you are prepared to dedicate a lot of time to the role.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and try to stand out. Don't be afraid to be direct or ask questions.

Graduate Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic.
Hard working.
Friendly.
Passionate.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

If hospitality is for you then this scheme is a fantastic foundation to do well. It will throw many obstacles at you and make you learn fast. Show you are eager to take this on and want to come out the other end as a brilliant manager.

Interview Advice:

What are the attributes for a good manager? What separates the individuals who coast their way through and those who stick out? Do they lead people or just manage people?

Graduate Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Show your interest in food and just as important (if not more), your interest in customers and offering top quality service - going out of your way for customers so they get the best experience possible.
Show you're flexible and willing to work long hours and weekends.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself - they're looking for your personality, not necessarily your experience!

Assistant Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Any kind of experience is good- you don't have to have worked in a restaurant before to be able to apply.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Working in hospitality is tough so you need to be a naturally enthusiastic and hardworking person. You have to be able to think on your toes and justify your answers.

Graduate Assistant Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

To be yourself, and be honest. Carluccio's looks more at the personality of a person, and how you will work within the team and ethos, as well as with the customers rather than the experience. Experience is useful, and occasionally necessary, but not an important factor. It does however help with your understanding the nature of the business.

Interview Advice:

Knowing some background to the company and how it started. Also what we stand for.

General manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Ensure you understand the hospitality industry before you apply! Even though it's management its not 9-5

General manager, Surrey at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Show your personality. Leadership skills are what they are looking for.

Think long and hard if you are prepared for long and gruelling hours of a manager.

Assistant Manager, Restaurant at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Read everything twice and take your time

Interview Advice:

Be honest and show your personality

Assistant Manager, Spitalfields at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

CV - to reflect the job you're applying for. Highlight work experience/education that may stand out or reflect job role

Interview Advice:

Research - research not just the role or the company but the people too.

An interviewer is more likely to remember you, if you know about them.

General manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be genuine on your application and show your passion for what you love be it related or not, and show any key experience you've had subtly.

Interview Advice:

In the end of the day you want this job If you have got so far and this day is also for you to see if you like the company, ask questions, smile and have the right attitude it goes a very long way. Be decisive on decisions you make and explain why, show you have a little spark the rest don't have and the interviewer wants but work as a team, don't become a dictator.

Assistant manager, Graduate manager at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work long hours, evenings and almost every weekend. You must enjoy working in a fast paced busy environment. The job is fun and enjoyable but also hard work and challenging at times.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you are knowledgeable about the company and have eaten there before. They will probably ask you what you know about Carluccio's and what did you notice about the service, food or atmosphere.

Assistant manager, Harrogate at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Do not enter into this lightly if you have not worked in hospitality, as this role requires a person to be of a certain calibre in order to perform this job successfully as well as gain immense enjoyment and satisfaction. The training is excellent but it is incredibly demanding both physically and mentally, therefore you need to be prepared to sacrifice your personal life at times in order to come into work at a minutes notice, deal with emergencies and generally demonstrate that you are a flexible and consistent individual. It will not be a worthwhile experience if you do not enjoy hard graft, the ability to make mistakes and are not able to learn from them quickly. Lastly, you need to have a genuine passion for people in all ways, from interaction with customers to getting to know your staff in order to get the best performance possible out of them.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! As long as you remain, however cheesy as it sounds, true to yourself on the day this will come across to the HR team. They are not looking for ready made managers as this can only come with the training that follows, rather they are looking for nice people who will compliment and promote the ethos of the company. Therefore, it is no good to be stressed and flustered on the day, smile, keep calm and enjoy the yummy food on the day!

Assistant Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

This is a job for someone who is passionate about hospitality and food, who enjoys working with a variety of great people and being challenged daily.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - Carluccio's know exactly what they are looking for. If you are nice, genuine and enthusiastic about the job and hospitality then you will be perfect for the role

Assistant Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Have a genuine love for hospitality because it will shine through and you'll get a lot more enjoyment from it.
Let your personality and enthusiasm shine through your application.

Interview Advice:

To be yourself, be honest and enjoy it (even though the application process can be stressful at times!)!
Really research the company and how it got to where it is today. Also, understand the ethos and values Carluccio's works from and make sure you also believe in them (potentially buy one of Antonio's cook books too!!)

Graduate Assistant Manager, Covent Garden at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! It is all about the personality (not necessarily the experience or degree). Carluccio's love people who smile a lot, communicate and are friendly.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know Carluccio's restaurants, also their service and how they operate. It will help you when working on the team tasks and interview as well. They do care about your future plans and goals.

Assistant Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself, experience is important but personality and charisma possibly more so.

Assistant Manager, Hospitality at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Know what you're getting in for. It can be amazing but it's hard work and time consuming

Assistant Manager, London at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Really understand the company, try and be passionate about them and make sure that you want a career within restaurants. they will be able to spot it if you are not.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and prepare

Graduate Manager, London at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - if you are right for Carluccio's they will know. Carluccio's are looking for nice, enthusiastic people to join the family.

Assistant Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be yourself but show your passion and if you want the position make them see that

Interview Advice:

Don't over prepare! Just talk naturally as they will ask questions you don't expect

General manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be nice! Smile, be happy and relax!
Only apply if you have real passion for the industry and are keen to learn

General Manager, Leeds at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

The company looks at your personality and the way you present yourself, more than the experience you have. Experience does benefit you, as you will undersatnd the nature of the industry we work in, but it isn't necessary.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and think before you speak!

Assistant General Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be ready for a hands-on training period where lots of information will be thrown at you. Make the most of every day and try to give yourself some 'me-time', it can be easy to get absorbed and overwhelmed at times. It's all worth it though, as you're fast-tracked into management, which is an opportunity that is very rare.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Graduate manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about hospitality and catering. You must know what you are letting yourself in for. And be personable, customer service is a massive focus. So it is important to genuinely be a nice person and enjoy what you are doing every day.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not arrogant. Really show your interest about Carluccio's- ensure you have eaten at a restaurant and know some background information about how the company started and has developed. Know some facts and just be yourself.

Assistant manager, Graduate scheme at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Research a lot into the business,knowledge and passion is key.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and show your personality as it really counts in this industry.

Graduate assistant manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Your CV/Application needs to highlight and reflect the job you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the company, position applying for and even your interviewer, if known?

Assistant Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be confident in your answers - you're not expected to know everything about the industry, but it's the way you put your points across that matters.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest, and make sure you have done your research on Carluccio's as a company.

Graduate Assistant Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

The best candidates are really passionate about working for us - the food, the customers and graduate scheme itself. It helps also to know about the company and the restaurant industry so research is key.

Interview Advice:

The most important advice is to be yourself and let your personality shine as Carluccio's invests in great people.

General Manager, Graduate at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for lots of hard work but you will feel a great sense of achievement once you have accomplished this. Take time to explore the industry and understand the anti-social hours that are involved.

Interview Advice:

Know lots about the company.
Be expected to be asked why you want to work in hospitality.

Assistant Manager, at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. If you pretend to be someone else the job probably isn't for you.

Interview Advice:

Questions about yourself past experience. Situations be honest.

Assistant manager, Restaurant Management at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

To answer the questions honestly and be yourself. Carluccios is a company full of nice people and that's what will get you the furthest.
It is important to have a passion for hospitality and ultimately have a 100% customer focus.

Interview Advice:

The graduate assessment began with a telephone interview - do your homework on Carluccios. Its got such an amazing history, you'll love reading about it.
Then if successful there's an assessment day with roughly 10 other graduates. On the assessment day there are lots of roleplays and scenarios which you can't practice for, but the best bit of advise I could give would be to just be yourself.

Assistant manager, Graduate at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! Carluccio's only take 'nice' people and that is vital in ensuring the success of the business. Work hard and be confident but always be yourself.

Interview Advice:

The whole process of getting a place on the graduate scheme was very intense. Initial application, phone interview and then an assessment day. The assessment day was hard work and forces you to be in situations that you more than likely have not been in before and your every word will be challenged. However, hold you own and defend your decisions (within reason!) listen well to others and take their ideas on board.

Assistant Manager, London at Carluccio’s
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work hard, get stuck in to every area and be yourself!

Interview Advice:

You can't really prepare for the assessment day for the graduate scheme as it is all about your personality. Therefore, the best advice I could give would be to be yourself as Carluccio's know who they are looking for!

Graduate Assistant Manager, Management at Carluccio’s
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