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Chef (2 posts)

Department
Catering & Bars, York Conferences Ltd
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
17,150
Apply by
08/12/2016
Documents

Role Description

We are looking for  talented professionals to join one of our kitchen brigades. We are seeking  Chefs with a passion for fine dining food production who also have the ability to produce both quality and quantity high volume catering.

You will preferably have experience in high volume food production and be able to demonstrate the ability to cook quality fresh food for students and staff on our campus.  You will also possess NVQ 1 and 2 or equivalent and a basic food safety qualification such as Foundation Food Hygiene certificate. Excellent career progressing opportunity.

Hours of work will average 37 per week on a “5 days out of 7” basis but there is a need for flexibility to support business demand. There will be a proportion of evening and occasional weekend work. There will be no split shifts and late shifts will usually not finish later than 8.00pm.

You will be entitled to 38 days annual leave which includes bank holidays and closure days over the Christmas and New Year period.

The starting salary is £17,150 per annum.

YCL run an employee reward scheme with discounts from local and national retailers, businesses and restaurants.

Closing date: midnight on 8 December 2016.

York Conferences Ltd. (YCL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the University of York. The Head Office is situated at the University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD. The successful candidate will be appointed on YCL terms and conditions of employment.

 

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