Unit Catering Manager
Catering, Cleaning and Caretaking Services are looking to appoint a Unit Catering Manager (Job Share) at St Josephs Primary School Stourbridge.
Hours: 15.00 per week 2 days 1 week followed by 3 days the next Monday to Friday
8am - 2:30pm (including half an hour unpaid break)
Term time only - 38 weeks
The post holder will manage the unit within the allocated budget and ensure that all Catering, Cleaning and Caretaking Services policies and procedures are adhered to within the legal restraints, and overall to meet customer satisfaction.
You must possess a valid food hygiene qualification and a 706/1 & 706/2 or NVQ equivalent.
For further information please contact DCCSHelpdesk on 01384 810667 or via email: DCCCSHelpdesk@dudley.gov.uk
The post is subject to medical clearance and an enhanced DBS check.
NB. We reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised date if a large number of applications are received.
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