Kitchen Porter

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    Marco Rodrigues

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    over 1 year ago

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Class 1 Personnel is a London based Hospitality recruitment agency offering part time/temporary job roles.
Keep kitchen areas clean and sanitized, all kitchen work surfaces (counters, sinks, stoves, walls) clean and sanitized
Sweep and mop floors at the beginning and end of shifts
Be ready to clean up spills to avoid hindering operations
Wash cookware, utensils and cutlery fast to keep them in rotation
Arrange equipment and ingredient deliveries
Keep the food and supply storage areas organized
Take out the garbage
Help with routine food prep tasks (such as peeling and chopping vegetables) when needed
Over the age of 18 years old
A fast learner with an interest in kitchen work
The ability to stand for long hours
Willingness to adhere to health and safety rules
Good organizational skills
The ability to work unsupervised in a busy environment
Patience and cool-headedness
A high school degree or equivalent is a plus but not necessary
Uniform and documentation
Black Safety (Steel Toe Cap), Black formal trousers, Black long –sleeved shirt
Current passport or birth certificate plus any right to work documents you may require e.g. working visa / residence permit
Proof of address, this should be dated within the last 3 months and be a headed letter e.g. phone bill, utility bill, bank statement, tenancy agreement etc.  
Proof of national insurance number, this should be either your NI card, a letter from HMRC or previous payslip (if you have applied for this but haven't received it yet, please bring your confirmation of application)
 Job Sites
Football stadiums 
Rugby stadiums
Horse racing stadiums
Theme Parks
Exhibition centres
Our pay week starts on a Monday and ends on a Sunday – Anything you work within the week is paid 10 days after the Sunday
Pay is hourly, rates depend on the job site and job role - it starts from minimum wage and  can go up to £10.50 per hour
Minimum wage for over 25 years of age is £8.21 per hour & Minimum wage for under 25 years of age is £7.70 per hour