Apprentice Production Chef

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A fantastic opportunity for a keen apprentice to join the busy kitchen team at Hubbox, St Austell, learn the trade alongside working to gain a Level 2 Production Chef Qualification.

Number of Positions Available

3

About Employer

HUBBOX is an essential stop-off for amazing American inspired street food & great drinks. We have an extensive menu of award-winning burgers made using 21 day dry-aged Cornish rare breed beef. Our hot dogs are New York style & produced in the UK using 100% free-range oak smoked pork. Our fries are hand-cut & double fried. We also stock a great selection of craft beers; on draught, in bottles or in cans, as well as a choice of Origin coffee, our special recipe malt-shakes and soft drinks. At HUBBOX, food and the provenance of our suppliers is something we are fiercely proud of.

Detailed Job Description

Hubbox is an essential stop-off for amazing American inspired street food and great drinks.
Hubbox has an exciting opportunity for an apprentice chef to join their busy kitchen team, learn the trade alongside working to gain a Level 2 Production Chef Qualification.
Duties to include:
Maintaining high standards of hygiene.
Preparing the ingredients for as directed by your Sous chef or Head chef.
Measuring dish ingredients and portion sizes accurately and always using spec cards.
Dealing with deliveries and stock rotation.
Ensuring you have high standards of food hygiene and follow the rules of health and safety Monitoring portion and waste control to maintain profit margins.
Support all team members in ensuring a smooth and effective service.
Communicate positively and clearly with your team.
Embrace the Hubbox team culture and be an ambassador of our core values.

Skills Required

Previous experience is always an advantage but not essential.
A desire to work in a busy, creative, dynamic kitchen is important.
Able to take instructions
Able to work as part of a team

Personal Qualities

Hard working
Reliable
Committed

Qualifications Required

Grades C/4 or above in maths and English is an advantage but not essential. Maths and English will be assessed as part of the interview process.

Future Prospects

Continuation of employment

Training to be Provided

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

Expected Duration

12 Months

Working Week

40 hours per week. 5 days per week to include weekends and evenings.

Things to consider

The job will include working evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Working in a kitchen is hot and hard work but also, creative, fun and rewarding