WOMAN: Good evening.King's Restaurant.
MAN: Good evening.I'm ringing about the job I understand you have vacant.
WOMAN: Oh yes.
MAN: I'd like to find out a few more details,if i may.
WOMAN: Yes,of course.Can i take your name?
MAN: It's Peter Chin.
WOMAN: Okay Peter.Well,if you want to ask about the job and then if we're both still interested, we could arrange for you to come for an interview.
MAN: Great,thanks.I'm afraid i missed the advert for the job but heard about it from a friend.
WOMAN: That's no problem at all.What would you like to know?
MAN: Well,um,what sort of work is it - washing up?
WOMAN: It's answering the phone.
MAN: Oh right,fine.
WOMAN: And not waiting at table.
MAN: That'd be good.And how many nights a week would it be?
WOMAN: Well,we're really only busy at the weekend.
MAN: So two nights?
WOMAN: Three actually,so it would work out at twelve hours a week.
MAN: That'd be fine.It wouldn't interfere with my studies.
WOMAN: Are you at the university?
MAN: Yes.First year Physics student.
MAN: Um,and because i'm not an EU national would i need a work permit?
WOMAN: Yes you would.Justget your tutor to sign it.
MAN: That wouldn't be a problem,if i were to get the job.Um,where exactly is the restaurant?
WOMAN: Well,we have two branches - the one we're recruiting for is in Hillsdunne Road.
MAN: I don't know that.How do you spell it please?
WOMAN: It's H-I-double L-S-D-U-double N-E Road.
MAN: Got that.Thanks.is it near a bus stop?
WOMAN: Yes.The nearest one would probably be just beside the Library.
MAN: Oh yes,i know it.That'd be fine for me.And could i ask about the pay?
WOMAN: We're offering ￡4.45 an hour.
MAN: That's very good.My last job was ￡3.95 an hour.