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Kitchen Porter - Full time - Live In - £18,000

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    £18,000 Package

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    Mark Purton

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    7 months ago

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Kitchen Porter - Gastro Pub - Inkpen - Full Time - 40 Hours per week

I am looking for a kitchen porter or kitchen assistant to join the team at a beautiful countryside gastro pub with rooms.  
The kitchen here produces everything in house fresh from scratch.  This ranges from its breads, sauces to their ice-creams.  They are keen on being very honest about what they do and what ingredients they use.
  • Role: Kitchen Porter
  • Salary: £320 per week + Tips
  • Hours: 40 per week 
  • Benefits: Free food provided on shift
  • Accommodation: Live in available at £50 per week
  • Development: Excellent company for training & development
As a kitchen assistant you will be an important part of the kitchen team, working alongside the chefs to keep the food production up to speed. 
You will be responsible for the cleaning of all utensils, pans, tray, crockery & cutlery. 
You will also be in charge of keeping your section clean and helping the chefs maintain the overall cleanliness of the kitchen.
From time to time you will be asked to help with food preparation which will give you a great opportunity to train and develop your skills. 
​The opportunity for future development is a key part of the companies' ethos.

In return for your hard work you will receive up to £320 per week salary based on a 40 hours per week contract.  You will be required to work a couple of split shifts per week however your usual shift will be a straight 8 hours on and early or a late shift.
You will also be able to expect a share of tips each month ranging from £100 to £150.     

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