Bewicks Kitchen and Coffee House is looking to welcome a new member to the team as a Hospitality Team Member to support in the welcoming and serving of guests into our newly opened establishment.

Desired skills

Good communication skills including listening to customers and transfer of information/orders
Willing to provide a good customer experience
Able to follow instruction
Confident to engage with customers on arrival and throughout their visit if necessary

Personal qualities

Very smart and clean appearance requiring very good personal hygiene
Respectful yet friendly nature
Ability to smile and appear professional, regardless of any situation

Desired qualifications

GCSE in Maths and English Grade A-E (9-2) or equivalent

Future prospects

Progression to level 3
Full time employment for the right candidate and successful completion of the apprenticeship

Things to consider

You will be standing for most of your working shift. This is solely a workplace based apprenticeship

Important Other Information

If you do not have the required grades for the apprenticeship, you will be required to complete Functional Skills in maths and english by remote learning.

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