Scottish tech company Zonal is recruiting for over 60 roles

Hospitality tech specialist Zonal is currently recruiting to fill over 60 roles across the UK.

EDINBURGH-based hospitality tech specialist, Zonal, is currently recruiting to fill over 60 roles across the UK. The market-leading company will be holding a recruitment fair on 23 June at the Apex Grassmarket Hotel in Edinburgh, where job seekers can find out more about the innovative company and the available roles.

Many of the new positions are in the R&D arm of the firm, which reflects Zonal’s drive to grow, innovate and to ensure that its systems remain cutting edge, delivering optimum performance, efficiency and insight.  

Available jobs include developers, testers, business analysts, and helpcentre analysts, as well as platform engineers and solution and data architects.

Born out of hospitality more than 40 years ago, Zonal is the largest supplier of specialist hospitality technology to pubs, restaurants, hotels and other hospitality businesses. A family business at heart, the company cares passionately about the hospitality industry, its customers and its people.

Zonal’s range of best-in-class technology includes their award-winning EPoS, online ordering, booking systems, kitchen management, stock control systems and range of customer engagement tools such as loyalty and vouchering. 

Catriona Dick, Head of HR, Zonal, said, “We’re delighted to announce this recruitment fair in Edinburgh and are excited to meet new faces and to welcome more people into the Zonal family. We’re looking to hire people with a real passion and enthusiasm for innovation and the hospitality and tech industries.”

To find out more about the roles available, please visit the Zonal careers website. For more information about Zonal’s recruitment fair on 23rd June, please visit

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