Catering can cover far more than food preparation. As you work up the ranks you can manage teams and big events like weddings.
Who can I work for?
Caterers can work for a huge number of companies, including universities, schools and hotels.
Where and when can I work?
Catering in an international industry with most of the opportunities in big cities or towns. Working in this area can mean working shifts outside the normal office hours of 9am-5pm.
What will I be responsible for?
Catering responsibilities include preparing food to a high standard, supervising teams, managing staff rotas and undertaking stock control checks.
Do I need any experience?
Catering qualifications, Level 2 Food Hygiene Certificates and a good awareness of Health & Safety are the minimum requirements.
What attributes are needed?
A keen interest in food within a catering environment is key to a catering role. Being a flexible and motivated team player helps, as well as having good leadership and communication skills.
We have a great selection of catering jobs today, 20/01/2020. See these below or refine your search.