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A Kitchen Porter is required for an Education Site near Shoreham-by-Sea. As the ultimate player in a team you will help to keep a kitchen running smoothly by making sure everything is clean, tidy, safe and hygienic. Assisting with the smooth running of the high volume kitchen that caters for staff, pupils as well as guests. The role will be predominantly 5 out of 7 days per week with every other weekend off, daytime hours, no late nights and all straight shifts. This is a term-time position working 41 weeks per year.
Kitchen Porter responsibilities (Shoreham-by-Sea):
- Assisting in the maintenance of high standards in Hygiene and Health & Safety.
- Removing and recycling waste from the kitchen
- Assisting with carrying out deep cleaning when required
- Assisting Chefs with ingredients preparation when required
- Maintain a high standard of hygiene in the kitchen including equipment and extractor fans
- Collecting and washing pots, pans, plates and cutlery and returning them back into use quickly
Kitchen Porter requirements (Shoreham-by-Sea):
- To carry out tasks quickly
- The ability to work on your own and use your initiative
- Ability to remain calm under pressure and follow instructions
- Your own transport will be required due to the rural location of the site and early starts.
- The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
The reward - Kitchen Porter (Shoreham-by-Sea):
- A free lunch when on duty
- Contributory pension scheme
- This is a term-time position working 41 weeks per year
- Working hours will be between 6am - 2.30pm and 11am - 7.30pm
- Very good working hours on straight shifts that will allow a strong work/life balance
- £9,27 per hour on 40 hours per week contract with any occurring overtime being paid
How to Apply - Kitchen Porter (Shoreham-by-Sea):
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