Overview

Ridsdale Community Group Limited are looking to recruit a Front of House Team Member to join their small but very busy team, supporting in serving guests to the Centre’s coffee shop/restaurant/bar. This is a rural location serving both locals and tourist/visitors.

Desired skills

- Organised and methodical
- Very good personal hygiene
- Good timekeeper
- Good communication skills

Personal qualities

- Happy and welcoming attitude
- Polite & well mannered
- Genuine interest in customer service

Desired qualifications

GCSE Grade A-E / 9-2 in Maths and English (or equivalent).

Future prospects

Progression to level 3, Full time employment

Things to consider

As you will be working in a hospitality role, you will be on your feet for a large portion of your shift and will encounter very busy times.

This is a rural location with no bus service so driving licence and own car would be an advantage if you need to travel. Accommodation may be a possibility.

Important Other Information

You will be on your feet for most of your working shift. This apprenticeship will be delivered solely in the workplace unless you are required to work towards Level 2 in Functional Skills as you will be required to attend Northumberland College (Ashington) to do so.

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