Kitchen Porter

Bristol, United Kingdom
£17,361 - £18,009 per annum (pro rata)
09 Nov 2019
End of advertisement period
13 Nov 2019
Contract Type
Part Time

Division/School Catering
Contract type Open Ended
Working pattern Part time
Salary £17,361 - £18,009 per annum (pro rata)
Closing date for applications 13-Nov-2019

The University of Bristol is seeking to appoint a Kitchen Porter within its multi-site, high volume catering operation. The position is for 17 hours per week, term time only (34 weeks per year) and will be based mainly in our Clifton Hill Hall however you may be required to work at any of our other Hall locations depending on business need.

Your main duties will be to provide an efficient, clean and organised wash-up cycle of crockery, cutlery and other goods in the wash-up areas and to ensure that the kitchen is kept clean and tidy, pots and pans cleaned, maintained and ready for the Chefs. You will also undertake any general catering duties and ensure that all operational service areas are operated in accordance with departmental service standards. Our aim is to give excellent customer service and serve quality food made from ethically and locally sourced produce to all our customers and clients.

Applicants should have a good basic standard of literacy and numeracy and good communication skills. Previous experience of working in a busy kitchen is desirable. A reasonable level of fitness is required as a degree of physical effort will be a frequent element of the role at periods throughout the day and may involve a combination of factors including moving furniture and stock, cleaning duties and other heavy items: as such, any offer of employment will be conditional upon satisfactory health screening.

The closing date for applications is 11:59pm on Wednesday the 13th of November.  It is expected that the selection process, including interviews, will be held as soon as possible after the closing date. For informal enquiries please contact Matthew Phillips 

We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.