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Scale 5 (point 8 to 11), actual salary £11,139 to £11,821
Monday to Friday (25 hours a week), Position start date 1st March 2020
We have an exciting opportunity for a Catering Manager to join our friendly school team on a permanent basis at Little Hallingbury.
We are looking to appoint a Catering Manager who has a passion for cooking and providing high quality meals. A self-motivated individual, who enjoys using their own initiative as well as working with others.
Working term time only 25 hours a week, 9.00am to 2.00pm.
Ideally you should have Level 3 Food safety Certificate, have experience of working in a similar environment.
Successful applicants must possess:
· Good literacy and numeracy skills with GCSE Literacy and Numeracy grades A-C
· Be educated to NVQ Level 3 Food Safety or equivalent qualification or experience. Training will be provided if necessary.
· Can ensure the operational efficiency, planning preparation of food and beverages to the required standard within budget limitations as agreed with school management
· Have knowledge of national food standards and allergies
· Have good organisational and interpersonal skills
· Have the ability to work on your own initiative
· Ability to work calmly under pressure
· Be prepared to develop and learn in the role
· An ability to promote the school meal service with parents and children
If you are interested in applying please contact the Federation Business Manager, Jane Tyson, on 01279 723382 for an application pack.
Information about the School
Little Hallingbury C of E Primary School is a village school situated on the Hertfordshire & Essex border. Life and learning at Little Hallingbury has a strong Christian ethos, reflected in our Collective Worship, demonstrated in our shared values and lived out day-to-day in a caring, inclusive way. We have a strong link with our local church which is very supportive of our work.
At Little Hallingbury children are at the heart of everything we do. We want all our children to enjoy school, develop their knowledge, skills, talents and potential within a caring, nurturing environment. We want to learn together, grow together and celebrate each other’s achievements. In short, we seek to be a community where everyone’s uniqueness is valued and recognised.
From September 2016 the school became a Federation with St Mary's, Hatfield Broad Oak. The federation brings strength to two thriving village schools and communities. Both schools have retained their individuality and vision; and we all benefit from shared opportunities, expertise and collaboration.