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LivingWell, the health and fitness division of Hilton Group, has launched its own dedicated recruitment website.

The new site, www.iamofftolivingwell.com, has gone live with around 80 job opportunities and offers information and advice about a career in leisure.

Managing director Patrick Fitzgibbon said: “We pride ourselves on having fantastic people serve our members and we want to ensure we continue to attract people of all ages and backgrounds to the wide-ranging career opportunities that LivingWell offers.

“The website allows us to target a high calibre of new recruits and clearly identify what LivingWell has to offer and what we expect in return.”

The site also has a diversion screen: at the click of a button, the recruitment site is replaced with a ‘serious looking’ spreadsheet to protect potential LivingWell employees getting caught looking for a new job by their current boss.

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LivingWell, the health and fitness division of Hilton Group, has launched its own dedicated recruitment website.
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