Location: Longford Forest - Ireland
Hours of Work: Full-Time
Salary/Hourly Rate: €12.00 per hour
Contract Type: Flexible hours over a 4 - week period
Transport Provided: No
Closing date: 11 August 2020
Set in hundreds of acres of beautiful forest Longford Forest is the perfect place for a short break in Ireland, 365 days a year. With homely accommodation, up to 100 indoor and outdoor activities and a choice of bars and restaurants, there is something for all the family, all year round.
ABOUT THE ROLE
At Longford Forest, the Food and Beverage department employs around 300 team members across 10 different restaurants, cafés and bars, as well as a production kitchen. We are now looking to recruit Line Cooks (Junior Chefs de Partie) to join our growing team.
In this role, you will prepare, cook and present menu items to agreed standards. You will assist the Kitchen Managers with the general supervision and coaching of the Kitchen Assistants and deputise for the Kitchen Managers in their absence; maintaining the smooth running of the kitchen.
Other responsibilities will include:
The ideal candidate will be naturally helpful, enthusiastic and have excellent communication skills.
HOURS OF WORK
Working straight shifts, you will be contracted to work 150 hours per 4 week period, on a flexible basis, this means that your days and hours of work could vary each week but you will always receive your contracted hours each period.
Your working hours will include days, evenings, weekends, public / bank holidays and during Christmas and/or New Year on a rota basis, with a premium rate of pay for hours worked on a Sunday.
Center Parcs is a fantastic place to work and the benefits are as impressive as they are unique. Here are just a few:
If this sounds like your ideal job, then we’d love to see your application.
Closing date: 11 August 2020 at 12 Noon
Interviews to be held: Week commencing 10 August 2020
Please note this vacancy may close at any time once sufficient applications have been received. Early submission of your application is therefore encouraged.