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Kitchen Storeperson Term Time only

Based in Harrogate

Kitchen Stores Feb 2019

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We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and reliable Storeperson to work in and around our busy school kitchens.

 

Taking delivery of, and manoeuvring food items is a significant element of the job, and therefore the ability to lift and carry heavy items is essential in this role.  You will also need to demonstrate that you can work as part of a team, or independently, taking initiative when appropriate and have the ability to keep calm under pressure.

 

 

 

You will be expected to perform some basic kitchen duties, ie: food preparation tasks and clearing waste food in a hygienic and ecological manner.  Maintaining the highest of Health, Safety and Hygiene standards is of paramount importance in this fast-paced and busy kitchen environment, and cleaning work areas will be a priority.

 

 

 

The selected candidate will have a flexible and adaptable approach in order to meet the changing nature of the work and the day to day demands of school life.  The role will also involve quality control, stock control and rotation management in order to achieve minimum food waste. 

 

 

 

Full training will be provided to the right candidate. Completed applications should be submitted via e:mail to recruitment@staidans.co.uk or posted to school by 4pm on Friday 22nd March 2019.  Please include a covering letter indicating the particular skills and experience you can offer, with a completed application form that can be downloaded from the school website.

 

Salary:
£8,508 Per Annum
22.5 hrs/week : 7am-1130am (end time negotiable)
Position:
Permanent
Located in:
Harrogate
Closing Date:
22nd March 2019
Employer:
St.Aidan's Church of England High School
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St.Aidan's Church of England High School

St. Aidan's School
Oatlands Drive
Harrogate
HG2 8JR
01423 885814
www.staidans.co.uk

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