£17,534 gross per annum – 35.5 hours per week
Working within our Venues team, the Cooks provide an agreed and consistent standard of food production and presentation, along with the day-to-day operation of the kitchen, with the main focus to support the operation of our bars. You will also supervise a small team of student staff.
The post holder will ensure compliance to legislative standards and ensure the Guild policy on Food Handling and Risk Assessments are strictly adhered to. Along with promoting and practising all aspects of due diligence in Health & Safety in the workplace to protect both customers and staff; you will also assist with the administrative responsibilities of staff training, stock control and Health & Safety documentation.
You will have Basic Food Hygiene along with City & Guild/NVQ level 2 Catering or relevant experience.
You will work annualised hours to fit the needs of the business, including weekends. You will also be expected to work some evenings, usually up until 9.00pm.
The Guild operates fixed closing dates during Easter and Christmas each year. There are currently seven closed days, (five days during Christmas vacation and two days during Easter vacation). These days are taken in conjunction with Bank Holidays to enable the Guild to close down over those two vacation periods.
Closing date for applications: - Monday 18th February 2019 at 9am
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