- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
30.00 per week
- Working Week
30 including shift work
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
Hospitality team member
- Employment Type
Intermediate Level Apprenticeship
KEFCO SALES LIMITED
Description of Opportunity
As a Cook in our Back of House Kitchen you will freshly prepare our famous chicken products. You will be responsible for ensuring our product is Gold Standard and meets our customers expectations… Finger Lickin’ Good!
For more information about this vacancy please contact - LIFETIME TRAINING GROUP LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001789754)
None! In KFC we care about your behaviours! If you are cheerful, positive, confident, curious about people and have stretch then KFC is the place for you and will open the door to numerous opportunities for you to grab and grow in a World Leading Brand!
None! In KFC we care about your behaviours! If you have Positive behaviour, our People Promise is to help you to Be Your Best Self, Make a Difference and Have Fun!
• Cheerful- smiley by nature, friendly to all
• Positive- enthusiastic and full of energy
• Confident- happy to speak out
• Curious about People- interested in others
• Stretch- stand out in a group
Due to the nature of the business, handling raw meat, specifically chicken, is a requirement for Back of House staff and if you wish to progress further within the Company. Team Leaders and above would be expected the handle raw meat.
Potential for ongoing training and development following successful completion of the apprenticeship
Plenty of folks ask me how come the whole world loves my chicken. I’m guessing they can’t have tried it, since they would already know the answer. It’s my delicious Original Recipe of eleven herbs and spices.
Now, I understand this isn’t enough information for the more detail-minded among you. So I’d be delighted to share with you the whole, incredible story of Kentucky Fried Chicken, if you’d care to hear it.
Some might say I was a slow starter.
I first cooked chicken at the age of six years old, standing barefoot in my Mamma’s kitchen.
Back then, I was plain Harland Sanders and my Daddy had just passed away. Everyone needed to lend a hand to get by.
These were tough times, but they taught me one important lesson for life (besides how to cook chicken!). Never ever give up.
I tried everything to make my way. I joined the army. I was a fireman on the railroad. I piloted a ferry boat on the Ohio River. I even tried my hand at lawyering for a while. But nothing seemed to stick.
So it happened that I went back to what I knew best. Cooking chicken. In 1930, I set up in a little stopover on the highway, making meals for hungry drivers. It was the height of the Great Depression, but we were always busy.
Before too long, I was close to perfecting my world famous Original Recipe, and, boy, did they love that chicken!
I’d watch ’em eat every last morsel and then lick their fingers clean for good measure. That’s when ‘Finger Lickin’ Good’ was born. I knew there and then I had created something truly special. In 1935, the State of Kentucky saw fit to make me a Colonel, the highest honour it can bestow on a person for service to the community. I was recommissioned in 1950, and it was about this time I began to wear my white suit and black string tie, so’s folks knew who I was by sight. I’ve worn it ever since.
Then in 1952, I struck upon the idea of setting up a little franchise to share my chicken with hungry people outside of Kentucky. The first Kentucky Fried Chicken franch