- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
30.00 per week
- Working Week
30 hours per week minimum, shift work to be confirmed.
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Description of Opportunity
KFC are looking for an experienced and dedicated individual to join their team. If you fancy taking on the challenge and joining a global brand, read on!
For more information about this vacancy please contact - LIFETIME TRAINING GROUP LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001780840)
We are looking for someone with experience of leading a team in the workplace, ideally in a hospitality or retail environment, with the following qualities:
A proven track record of improving the guest experience
An understanding profit and loss and cost management
Experience with decision making and leadership
Previous experience of implementing ideas and delivering creative change in the workplace
No qualifications are required for this role.
At KFC, you will need to be driven to succeed and determined to progress and develop within your role. We are looking for someone who is:
Great in a leadership role
Excellent communication skills
Consistent and proven customer service skills
A flexible approach to work hours and shifts
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 within KFC as well as through the apprenticeship training programme.
Our world-famous chicken restaurant brand all started with one cook, Colonel Harland Sanders, who created a finger lickin' good recipe more than 75 years ago, a list of secret herbs and spices scratched out on the back of the door to his kitchen.
He started travelling by car to different restaurants and cooked his fried chicken on the spot for restaurant owners. He did this at the age of 65. If the owner liked the chicken, they would enter into a handshake agreement to sell the Colonel's chicken. Legend has it that Colonel Sanders heard 1009 "No's" before he heard his first yes. The Colonel's story still inspires us today. It reminds us how grit, perseverance, dedication and ambition along with hard work can create success; regardless of your age or where you come from.