Overview

  • £150.00

The Cook & Barker would love to welcome to their small but professional team, a confident and willing to learn Front of House Team Member to learn all aspects within the bar and restaurant.

Desired skills

Organised and attention to detail
Very good communication skills
Basic IT skills
Professional approach to guests
Willing to learn all aspect and help where needed

Personal qualities

Friendly and polite nature
Understand the meaning of positive body language
Able to work independently when trained
Proactive “can-do” approach

Desired qualifications

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

Future prospects

Progression to level 3, Full time employment

Things to consider

This is an active role therefore, you will expect to be on your feet for most of your working shift.

Important Other Information

As this is a hospitality role, it is understood that staff within this sector will work weekends and evenings.

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