The Rotisserie Hub - Apprentice Chef

Salary: NMAW - £3.50 per hour
Hours: Full Time
Closing Date: 05-Oct-2018

Employer: The Rotisserie Hub 

Vacany Location: 266B East Prescott Road, Liverpool L14 7NH

Number of Vacancies: 1

Working Week:  Minimum 30 hours per week

Wage: Hourly wage of £3.50 per hour for the first two weeks.  Your wage will increase incrementally based on performance. 


Employer Description: 

We are an independent family run business with a passion for food and creating the perfect space for dining.  We are delighted to open our first of many Rotisserie Hubs in the wonderful city of Liverpool this year with our delightful menu and beautiful decor.  

We are a hub of food lovers and cater for everyone! Come and join the vibe for an unforgettable get together whatever the occasion we have a menu to suit you.


Vacancy Description: 

We have a vacancy for an apprentice chef at our popular Rotisserie restaurant. We use locally sourced, fresh ingredients and the main duties and responsibilities for our apprentice commis chef are:

- Maintain health, hygiene and safety when storing and preparing food

- Prepare basic vegetable dishes

- Prepare basic meat and poultry dishes

- Prepare pasta dishes

- Prepare basic soups

- Prepare basic fish dishes

- Prepare different desserts

- Set up and close kitchen

- Take directions and guidance from supervisors and managers.

- Help set up and close down the kitchens


Skills Required: 

  • Able to work in a food preparation environment


Personal Qualities required: 

  • Confidence
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment to the role
  • Willing to learn (in work and College)
  • Able to keep calm and positive in a pressured environment


Qualifications Required: 

Maths and English Grade 2 (D or E) as a minimum. 


Training to be provided: 

NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in Hospitality Services (Food Preparation) – one day per week at Duke Street site in Liverpool city centre plus Functional Skills in English and Maths if required.


Expected Duration: 

Up to 15 months


Working Week: 

Minimum 30 hours per week (including the time you spend in college).

Weekend work will be required.

You will also be expected to attend college 1 day per week.


Future Prospects: 

The prospect of a full-time role is here on successful completion of your apprenticeship programme.


Reality Check: 

Working in an intimate kitchen in close proximity with other chefs, working under pressure, and long days standing.


Important Information: 

Work hours can be as late and 10pm some days.

Training on the Apprenticeships Programme for 16 to 18 year olds is a priority and fully-funded by the Government for non-levy paying employers. Training for Apprenticeships for those over this age is part funded, with employers expected to make a part or full contribution.

If you wish you apply for this vacancy please send you CV via email, stating the role you would like to be considered for, to   and answer the following questions:


1. What’s your favourite dish and why?

2. What could you bring to our team?

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