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CATERING ASSISTANT – 35 hours per week – any 5 days from 7

Job duties include:

  • To carry out duties given by the Senior Sous Chef to maintain the smooth running of the restaurants of Eventhall House.
  • To maintain a clean hygienic environment relating to Food Safety Law whilst on duty
  • Ensuring equipment and crockery breakages are reported to your line manager
  • To carry out all daily cleaning duties as designated by your line manager
  • To ensure the Shabbos tables are maintained on a Friday evening and Saturday lunch
  • Any reasonable request from a senior person on duty
  • Help catering assistant collect trolley from main building and load up the serverys on both floors.

This is not an exhaustive list. Closing date: Thursday 30th October 2014.

Catering Assistant – Conditions of Service    Job Description catering assistant latest oct 14    PERS SPEC catering assistant oct 14

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

SENIOR SOUS CHEF – 39 Hours per week – 5 days from 7 – £24,000.00 per annum

We are seeking to appoint an Senior Sous Chef to Support the Executive Chef Manager to manage a large, busy catering operation at the Heathlands Village. For the Federation of Jewish services commonly known as the FED.

The Heathlands Village site is approx 5 acres. There is currently a staff of about 340 with 170 people in residential and nursing care. Plus 30, Independent Living tenants.

Heathlands Village is currently undergoing large investment and our goal is to have a Catering operation that reflects the improvements on site.

Food is an important part of life in residential care and has a great significance culturally to the Jewish community. We are keen to ensure the catering service provided at Heathlands Village is excellent and reflects the needs and aspirations of community, directors and stakeholders.

We are looking for an experienced Senior Sous Chef with outstanding culinary skills to take on this exciting new role of Senior Sous Chef. The new Senior Sous Chef should have the drive to improve the catering offer by drawing on their experience and expertise. The Senior Sous Chef will be responsible for all aspects of managing the day to day Catering services.

You should be ambitious and commercially aware, with the presence and personality to influence the day to-day business, you’ll maximise the performance of your team. Leading by example and setting high standards, you’ll enhance the service offer and provide the customers with high levels of Service that consistently exceeds their expectations .

Ideally, you will have:

  • NVQ Level 3 in food preparation and/or City & Guilds 706/1 & 2
  • Management experience within the catering and hospitality industry and ideally within care home catering
  • Sound knowledge of Hygiene, Health and Safety
  • Standards and quality driven management style
  • Interpersonal, administrative and organisational skills
  • ‘Can do’ attitude
  • Financial and commercial acumen
  • Motivated by a passion for quality, outstanding culinary standards and first class service delivery
  • Computer Literate

An understanding of Jewish cooking would be desirable. All candidates should be able to pass an Enhanced DBS check.

This is a great opportunity to work with an employer who is committed to taking the business to the next level and who will listen to your ideas and embrace them.

This is not an exhaustive list.    Closing date: Friday 17th October 2014

Senior Sous Chef JD~Sep14     Senior sous chef conditions of service    Senior Sous Chef PERSON SPEC

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT & TRAINING OFFICER – 18 hours over 3 days (Mon-Fri) – £11,386.00 per annum.

JOB PURPOSE:

  1. To proactively recruit new volunteers to help expand THE FED’s volunteer base
  2. To interview, induct and train all new and existing FED volunteers
  3. Research the local community in order to identify potential volunteers
  4. Deliver talks/presentations to a variety of audiences in order to promote volunteering opportunities at THE FED
  5. Identify training needs of volunteers
  6. Actively maintain and record volunteer information on the bespoke database
  7. Collate relevant information and produce reports as required using Microsoft Office and our bespoke database
  8. Act as an ambassador of the organisation at all times, promoting its cause positively and professionally

This is not an exhaustive list.      Closing date: Friday 24th October 2014.

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

CONDITIONS OF SERVICE – Volunteer Recruitment & Training Officer   PERS SPEC – Vol & Rec     JOB DES – Vol & Rec

FUNDRAISING OFFICER (TEMP TO COVER MAT LEAVE) – 37 hours per week – Mon to Fri

Job duties include:

  1. to both generate ideas for/identify new event opportunities, and to evaluate existing events and generate ideas for /identify enhancements to these, through customer and other market research
  2. to independently manage specific events and support the Fundraising Manager in the management of others
  3. to provide full administrative and practical support in the preparation for and running of events
  4. to assist with the recording of gifts on the fundraising database, including soft credits, and produce reports

This is not an exhaustive list. Closing date: Wednesday 22nd October 2014.

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

JOB DESCRIPTION – Fundraising Officer         PERS SPECIFICATION – Fundraising Officer PERS SPEC

PROJECT SMILE FAMILY SUPPORT WORKERS

£7.65 per hour
Hours available are 7.30am to 8.30am & 3.00pm to 7.00pm Monday to Friday & any day time hours on Saturdays & Sundays

PROJECT SMILE provides flexible, home-based respite for children with special needs and their families, many of whom have physical and learning disabilities. PROJECT SMILE family support workers provide help and support to the child. Tasks include personal care, social activities etc. A variety of hours, from as little as 2 a week upwards, are available. An understanding of the needs of children, an ability to work on your own initiative, punctuality, commitment and a sense of fun are all key to working for PROJECT SMILE.

For an informal discussion please contact Carol Moffatt PROJECT SMILE Team Manager on 0161 772 4800.

Job Duties include:

  1. Understanding of the needs of children and ability to work on your own  initiative are essential
  2. Experience working with children is essential
  3. Experience working with children with autism/challenging behaviour preferable
  4. 3 day mandatory induction course
  5. Commitment and punctuality essential

PROJECT SMILE is registered with CQC. DBS check is required for this role.

The above list is not exhaustive.

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk 

application pack

 BANK SOCIAL CARE WORKERS  – As and when needed