Where and when can I work?
The hours worked by kitchen assistants depends on the establishment they work within. For example, when working as a kitchen assistant in a school kitchen, hours will fall in line with that of the school, whilst working as a kitchen assistant in a restaurant means you would be likely to work late into the evening and at weekends too.
What can I earn?
Kitchen assistants are normally paid minimum wage, with any tips received being shared among the team.
What are the benefits?
Overtime is nearly always available during busy periods, with some businesses offering time and a half for weekend work.
Are there chances of promotion?
Kitchen assistants can progress once they have adequate experience under their belt, often into a kitchen manager role.
What will I be responsible for?
You could expect your responsibilities as a kitchen assistant to include washing up, preparing food and keeping the kitchen clean.
Do I need any experience?
No experience is required to become a kitchen assistant, as this is often a starting out position.
What attributes are needed?
Kitchen assistants need to be confident when working in a busy environment, as well as physically fit to stand for long periods of time when serving food and washing up, for example.
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