Our goal is to connect good people with good food. We advertise sustainable food jobs and training opportunities to help jobseekers and employers find each other.
Compensation: £19,000 per annum (pro-rata)
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with experience in supervising a daytime café who is keen to run a catering operation within a theatre and library venue.
As a key staff member, you will oversee a small team and the smooth running of the café and hospitality catering to ensure we provide a high standard of food & drinks to our customers. You will also assist in the business growth and development of the café, bar and catering operations.
This post presents an excellent opportunity for a candidate with passion and knowledge for food, presentation and customer service to supervise independently with guidance of an experienced Head of Food and Beverage.
Contract: Maternity Cover till May 2020
Full Time or 0.9 FTE (36 hours per week - 5 shifts per week); you will be expected to work flexibly around duties, including evenings & weekends
Salary: £19,000 per annum (pro-rata)
Closing date: 1st May 2019, 9am
Interview date: 6th May 2019
To apply please complete an online application form.
Feel free to contact us if you require further assistance or the application pack in a different format. Please note that CVs will not be accepted.
The Albany aims to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths and we want our team to represent the same diversity of audiences and artists we welcome into our venues every day. We therefore are keen to hear from a diverse range of candidates from all backgrounds drawing on different perspectives, experience and knowledge. We particularly welcome interest from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and disabled candidates to work here. The Albany will offer an interview to anyone who identifies as a D/deaf or disabled person who meets the essential criteria.
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About The Albany
Southeast London-based arts and community centre, theatre, working garden project