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Kitchen Unit Manager/Cook

Job details
Posting date: 11 June 2024
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £13,657.54 - £13,885.94 per annum
Hours: Part time
Closing date: 28 June 2024
Location: Bristol, South Gloucestershire, BS16 7GA
Remote working: On-site only
Company: eTeach UK Limited
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 1429256


Start Date: 2nd September 2024
Salary: Grade 11, £23,500 - £23,893 FTE per annum (Actual Salary based on weeks worked and hours: £13,657.54 - £13,885.94 p.a.)Contract: Permanent Hours: 25 hours (Monday to Friday 9.00am – 14:00pm), term time only including INSET days Are you ready to take the lead in a bustling school kitchen, where your passion for food and nurturing young minds comes together?The Role:Join us as our Kitchen Unit Manager and be the heart of our school’s dining experience! Starting 2nd September 2024, we offer a competitive salary of £23,500 - £23,893 FTE per annum, which translates to an actual salary of £13,657.54 - £13,885.94 p.a., reflecting the term-time commitment of 25 hours per week.This is more than a job; it’s a chance to make a daily impact on the lives of children by promoting healthy eating habits and managing a smooth lunch service. We value experience in a school kitchen, but more than that, we’re looking for someone who is: Enthusiastic about delivering excellent food service Flexible and adaptable to meet the dynamic needs of our service Resourceful in managing resources and promoting meal uptakes Calm and consistent in interacting with children Communicative and collaborative with staff and professionals Empathetic and patient, with a shared commitment to our school’s ethosYour responsibilities will include managing the kitchen’s daily operations, collaborating with our catering supplier, and leading the Catering Assistant team. You’ll play a crucial role in maintaining health and safety standards, conducting regular audits, and working closely with the School Business Manager to enhance meal uptake numbers.Please refer to the candidate information pack for further details about this role. Fluency Duty:
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to converse at ease with pupils, parents and other users and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post. The School and Trust: Emersons Green Primary School is a proud member of The Leaf Trust, a family comprising 13 schools (11 primary, 1 junior, and 1 infant school), all united in our common goal of creating outstanding learning environments deeply rooted in our local communities. At Emersons Green Primary we are Forging Mighty Futures through a pursuit of excellence, building bravery, championing uniqueness and embracing practice and effort. We wish to appoint an energetic and highly motivated, teaching assistant to join our successful team on this exciting journey. Emersons Green is a purpose-designed school, which opened in 2000. We pride ourselves on being a friendly, popular, inclusive community. We cater for 210 mainstream pupils and have a Resource Base for up to 14 pupils who have physical/Visual needs. These children are fully included into the mainstream classes and are supported by Resource Base staff. Our school values of Respect, Empathy, Bravery, Kindness permeate everything we do. We encourage you to browse our respective websites for more information about Emersons Green Primary School and The Leaf Trust. We can offer you: A Great Working Environment: Experience a supportive and motivating workplace with a dedicated and hard-working staff team. Professional Growth: We are committed to staff development and offer excellent CPD opportunities. Staff can also take advantage of various apprenticeship opportunities to enhance their skills and knowledge, allowing for practical experience and personal growth. Pathways for Progression: As part of a network of 13 schools, you'll find numerous opportunities for career advancement and the chance to take on exciting new challenges. Employee Wellbeing: Our staff’s opinion matters to us, which is why we conduct an annual staff survey to ensure their voice is heard. Additionally, our Wellbeing Committees are here to support staff in the workplace. Support staff benefit from generous leave entitlement. Financial Benefits: We value our staff and offer excellent pension packages for both teaching and support staff. Additionally, take advantage of our Cycle to Work Scheme, and discount retail platform to help you save money on various purchases.
How to ApplyAll applicants are advised to refer to the candidate information pack, which includes the job description and specification, before submitting an application. If you feel that your skills and experience match the requirements of this post then please submit an Application Form outlining reasons for applying and suitability for the role. In order to do so, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Please be advised, in accordance with our Safeguarding Policy, we do not accept CV’s. The closing date for applications: 28th June 2024 (12 noon).Interviews are scheduled to take place on: 8th July 2024.