- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
30.00 per week
- Working Week
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Intermediate Level Apprenticeship
Description of Opportunity
Chef and Brewer are looking for an individual with a relentless passion for delivering an outstanding customer experience. Join their team as an Apprentice Chef!
For more information about this vacancy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org - LIFETIME TRAINING GROUP LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001754570)
Pride in delivering excellent customer service
Good teamwork ethic
Strong communication skills
No previous qualifications required.
Passionate about developing your skills in the hospitality sector
A willingness and desire to learn
A smart and tidy appearance
Tact and diplomacy for dealing with demanding customers
High standards of cleanliness and hygiene
A flexibility to work weekends and evenings
The ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
Creativity and imagination for food presentation
The key dates are to be used as a guide only. Should the right candidate be found, this vacancy may close early.
Ongoing training and development.
If you're looking for an English country pub in a wonderful waterside location, come and visit us at the Waterwitch pub. Situated on the banks of the Basingstoke Canal with extensive gardens stretching right to the water's edge, it's the ideal stop off point if you're out enjoying a relaxing canal side walk, bike ride or boat trip around Odiham. Step inside and you'll see the pub has retained many of its original 17th century features such as exposed beams, open fires and lots of inviting nooks and crannies. We offer a wide range of cask ales and a tasty selection of traditional pub food, seasonal dishes and weekly food specials, lovingly prepared by our chef. Bring all the family and enjoy a tasty Sunday lunch. The Waterwitch pub is located in the historic market town of Odiham in Hampshire. The town is nestled on the banks of the famous Basingstoke Canal and boasts a rich collection of 17th and 18th buildings, as well as beautiful Hampshire countryside and relaxing canal walks. Odiham has a long and prestigious history - the town was a frequent stopping point for Norman Kings. In the 12th century, a large deer park was created around Odiham for Royal hunting and this layout still dominates the shape of settlement today. Odiham castle is over 800 years old and is one of only three fortresses built by King John during his reign. It has played a part in many historical events: the signing of the Magna Carta, a French siege and the imprisonment of a Scottish king. Odiham became a market town in the Middle Ages and you can still see some of the medieval timber-framed houses today, such as Monk's Cottage, which dates from around 1300.