Location: The Weavers, Dilton Marsh.
Hours of work: 40 per week (including regular weekends)
Fairfield Farm Trust is a local independent Charity, the core business areas are: an independent specialist college for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities; residential and care services and commercial ventures including two cafes, a shop, post office, animal park and pub.
The Trust’s mission is: To enable young people to live and work without barriers
Our 5 agreed values are:
Teamwork: We hold ourselves and each other to account, and are better when we work together
Compassion: We act with trust, honesty and kindness in everything we do
Inclusion: We treat each other fairly and with respect
Innovation: We encourage thoughtful, creative and aspirational ideas
Pride: We encourage each other to be proud of who we are and what we do
Working as Head Chef, you will report to The Weavers’ Manager. Daily duties will vary but will predominantly involve working within the busy kitchen area of The Weavers Pub, preparing hot or cold meals and snacks to an excellent standard. The Head Chef will work alongside students and trainees who use the centre for training opportunities, demonstrating excellent standards of kitchen hygiene at all times.
You must have the relevant catering training, or experience of working in catering and you will produce fresh, high quality food for a pub of approximately 70+ seats. Additionally, you will be self-motivated and you will be able to work independently, managing your own workload.
Your holiday entitlement of 5.6 weeks will normally be taken outside of the usual college holidays (but this can also be negotiated). Bank holiday entitlement is included in this amount and there is a pension scheme available for eligible staff. All staff are required to have a clear DBS check prior to starting work at the Trust.
The closing date for this post is Tuesday 31st May 2022 at 09.00am
Interviews will take place: Tuesday 14th June 2022
Please note that we will not accept CVs. All applications must be made via an online application form available on our website www.ffc.ac.uk
We reserve the right to close the advert early if sufficient applications have been received.
Fairfield Farm Trust is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. All staff are expected to share this commitment. You will be expected to report any concerns relating to the Safeguarding of young people in accordance with agreed procedures. If your own conduct in relation to the safeguarding of young people gives cause for concern, Fairfield Farm Trust agreed child and adult protection procedures will be followed.