£9.50 - £10.00 per hour
Branscombe, Masons Arms
Friday 9th September 2022
Kitchen Assistant - Part Time
Our passionate team are seeking a dedicated Kitchen Assistant to play a vital role in the smooth running of their kitchen.
The Masons Arms dates back to the 14th-century and resides in one of the South West’s most picturesque villages. Passing beneath its cosy thatched roof, you’ll be working in a characterful pub with comfy rooms. The interior charms with timber frames, low beamed ceilings, and the warmth of a log fire.
Branscombe is an idyllic rural destination that’s surrounded by rolling green hills, with its own beach being a short stroll from the pub.
What it’s like to be a Kitchen Assistant
You’ll enter an environment that champions positivity and hard work. Operating in some of the world’s most beautiful locations, we love what we do and always go about our day with a sense of fun and with smiles on our faces.
We invest in our people. Forming part of a close-knit team of talented individuals, you’ll receive ongoing support and encouragement to take on new responsibilities and further your career. Be yourself, steer your progression, and join us on our exciting journey.
Working closely with the team in our busy kitchen, you will:
· Be responsible for ensuring the kitchen is kept spick and span, washing the pots, utensils, crockery, and storing them safely after use.
· Clear away recycling and rubbish.
· Be a crucial part of the hands-on team, working shoulder-to-shoulder to provide a memorable guest experience.
· Be a positive influence, supporting others wherever possible.
Our people take great pride in their pubs, guest houses, and hotels. They also say the personal development opportunities we offer set us aside from industry competitors when it comes to forging a successful career in hospitality.
On top of competitive pay, you’ll receive a wealth of benefits ranging from 28 days holiday (full-time), a generous staff discount, and much more (see below for full details).
You could be starting your career in a fast-paced kitchen, or you are working in a similar role and love it. Either way, you’ll be renowned for:
· Thriving under pressure, getting a buzz from working in a busy environment.
· Being reliable, with an exceptional work ethic.
· Being a positive and supportive member of a team.
· Taking pride in your work.
St Austell Family Group is a family owned business with world class brewing and pubs at its heart. We began life in Cornwall over 170 years ago and have built a £200m business with internationally recognised beer brands in Tribute and Proper Job. We own two state-of-the-art West Country production sites, St Austell Brewery and Hare Brewery - home of Bath Ales, which we acquired in 2016.We own 180 pubs, 36 of which we manage ourselves, situated in some of the most iconic locations in the South West. Our ambition is growth, building a long-term progressive and profitable business, fit for future generations.
Our venues are exciting places to be. Dynamic, high-volume, and fast-paced, they are go-to destinations for high quality, locally-sourced food and drink. Being set in desirable coastal and rural locations means they each experience significant seasonal demand over the summer.
What we offer in return:
If this sounds like the perfect job for you, we would love to hear more about you. Simply fill in the short form and we’ll get back to you very soon.
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