Apprentice Production Chef Abbey Tea Rooms
The Abbey Tearooms in the centre of Glastonbury are looking for an Apprentice Production Chef to work with a passionate team wanting to deliver good food and good service to customers from all over the world coming to Glastonbury and experiencing a homely and warming experience at the Abbey Tearooms.
Closing date: 15 Nov 2021
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 35.00
Possible start date
30 Nov 2021
15 Jul 2021
Level 2 (GCSE)
Your role as part of a team will be predominatly in the kitchen but you will be taught Front of House aspects so you could help should you need to in an emergency. This is a standard and all employees need to have a semblance of understanding each others duties.
Your main responsibilities:
- Preparing the food for cooking
- Keeping up with industry trends and creating new recipes with the manager
- Reviewing the menu and doing inventory
- Following the budget set by the Manager
- Ordering food for the kitchen
- Monitoring food production and food and staff costs
- Ensuring standard portions and quality of dishes
- Maintaining a clean and safe kitchen and ensuring sanitation practices in the kitchen
Requirements and prospects
- Attention to details
- Quality service and food production
- None needed. All training provided
- Hopefully, move into a permanent role
Things to consider
- Location and how you will get to work
- No late evenings daytime only
About the employer
Mary and her team are ready to welcome you with a wide range of traditional British meals, cakes and snacks. Using locally sourced ingredients, and cooked at the tearoom’s very own kitchen. We also welcome well-behaved, four-legged friends.
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Strode College
Suzie Drew 01458 844419 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Production Chef Level 2 Apprenticeship Standard
- Training 1 day per week at Strode College
Production chefs work as part of a team in time-bound and often challenging kitchen environments, for example; schools, hospitals, the Armed Forces, care homes, and high street casual dining or pub kitchens. They report to the Senior Production chef or appropriate line manager. Production chefs are likely to work with centrally developed standardised recipes and menus, producing food often in high volumes. They apply highly methodical organisational skills, energy, accuracy, attention to detail and are mindful of the importance of sustainability and protecting the environment.
Level 2 (GCSE)
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