About the vacancy
<br>Minimum wage for age, can e discussed at interview. <p>To assist the head chef in the day to day running of the kitchen.</p><p>To work to safe and legal practices.</p><p>To ensure the training standards are kept at all times.</p><p>To ensure all products entering and leaving the kitchens are cooked and presented to the required standard </p><p>To work with and support the kitchen and front of house teams.</p><p>To track, replenish and keep in date order the stock holding.</p><p>To be pro-active in all actions and tasks set out for you.</p><p>Measuring dish ingredients and portion sizes accurately.</p><p>Dealing with deliveries and stock rotation.</p><p>Maintaining high standards of hygiene.</p><p>Demonstrate great planning and organisational skills to complete day to day tasks.</p><p>The apprenticeship course can take between 12 – 24 months, ending with an End Point Assessment.</p><p>You will be assigned a HIT Trainer who will visit your workplace or have zoom calls throughout the apprenticeship. will be required to do additional work set to you by your trainer and attend any 1-1’s, webinars or other video contact to discuss progress, mentor or be coached.Working as a commis chef is a great way of getting started in a kitchen; while it’s the most junior culinary role it provides a means of learning a range of key skills on the job.</p>
Grades c (4) or above in maths and english is an advantage but not essential. This will be assessed at the start of the qualification
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