Apprentice Production Chef

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The Gate Hangs Well are looking for an apprentice to join their small team. You will work alongside an experienced chef learning all aspects of the kitchen. Full training and guidance will be given to the successful candidate.

Number of Positions Available

1

About Employer

The Gate Hangs Well is a pub in Syston, Leicestershire based next to a river. We are an Everards pub serving the best Everards ales.
Our amazing food makes our restaurant in Syston, Leicestershire the perfect venue. Our recently refurbished pub is located just a few miles from Leicester and is equally close to the M1 just off the A46.

Detailed Job Description

The Gate Hangs Well is a pub in Syston, Leicestershire, their amazing food makes their restaurant the perfect venue for nights out or meals with family and friends.
The Gate Hangs Well are looking for an apprentice to join their small team. You will work alongside an experienced chef learning all aspects of the kitchen. Full training and guidance will be given to the successful candidate. They are a village pub so you will need to live locally or have reliable transport. You will work split shifts.
Alongside learning the trade you will work towards gaining a Level 2 Production Chef Qualification.
Duties such as :
- preparing all food
- plating up
- learning to cook each dish on the menu
- stock rotation
- keeping a clean and safe working environment at all times, adhering to food
safety

Skills Required

Able to work as part of a small young team
Willing to learn
Positive attitude,

Personal Qualities

Friendly personality
Reliable
Committed

Qualifications Required

No qualifications required, you will be assessed for Maths and English as part of the interview process.

Future Prospects

To be discussed at interview

Training to be Provided

Level 2 Food Production Chef Apprenticeship. Maths and English if required.

Expected Duration

12 Months

Working Week

30 Hours a week

Things to consider

As you will do split shifts this means 4 journeys (work and back twice per day) please consider how you can get to and from work .
Split shifts 11.30 till 3.00 then return at 6pm till 9.30 - 30 hours per week on a rota