The words 'chef' and 'social life' don't often go together. Well, not this time. With this job you will not work evenings, you will only work 5 days a week, and you will not be under insane pressure... and stress.
Instead, you will work one of three shift patterns - 8am-4pm, 9am-5pm or 10am-6pm (varies weekly) preparing and cooking lunch and dinner for staff and service users. You will also provide guidance and training to your peers.
It's a calm and pleasurable working environment, where you'll be able to manage your workload and enjoy creating meals. There's a great social aspect to this role where you can interact with people outside the kitchen regularly.
Just imagine… home in time for dinner every night. Two days off a week. And not stressed to the hilt.
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