UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL

General Catering Assistant

Location
Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol (GB)
Posted
15 Mar 2017
End of advertisement period
21 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

General Catering Assistant (several posts available) 

Job number  SUPP102888 

Division/School  Residential and Hospitality Services 

Contract type  Open ended contract staff 

Working pattern  Part time 

Salary  £15,976 - £16,619 per annum pro rata 

Closing date for applications  26-Mar-2017 

Location: Bristol, UK

Residential and Hospitality Services have a number of part time Catering Assistants vacancies within its multi-site, high volume catering operation.

We have positions available for between 15 hours and 20 hour per week.

The hours of work are early mornings, evenings and/or weekends, dependent upon business requirements.

This role will operate a five days out of seven working pattern, in line with terms and conditions.

Main duties will be to provide the food and beverage service within the Halls of Residence, ensuring 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 ideally have previous experience of catering work in a large commercial food operation.

Applicants will need to be an adaptable team player in order to assist in providing the diversity of services to students, staff and visitors; have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, and be reliable.

The selection process

The Residential and Hospitality Services Division operates a recruitment pool system for Halls Catering vacancies.

Applicants will be notified each month if they have been selected for interview, and will be invited to attend accordingly.

Candidates who are successful at interview will be added to a pool and contacted should a suitable vacancy arise.

Candidates will be subject to pre-employment health screening in light of the fact that some manual handing duties are intrinsic to the role coupled with the use of approved cleaning materials.

For informal enquiries please contact Robert Page (email: rp17961@bristol.ac.uk or tel: (0117) 394 1343)

The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture.  We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.