"Little Legend’s Playhouse is an under 5s play centre and café. We also provide baby and toddler classes and a rental room for outside baby and toddler classes. We hope to also be able to provide children’s parties and events once restrictions allow. The aim of our business is to provide early years play, activities, classes and a place for parents, carers and children to eat, drink and relax in an early years friendly environment.
Our play area has lots of different activities to suit children 5 and under. It has climbing frames, role play areas and a dedicated baby section. We also have a sensory room filled with lots of different sensory equipment to help aid play and development. Our sensory room is also the space we use to host baby and toddler classes provided by both Little Legend’s Playhouse and also outside baby and toddler classes.
Our café area provides a range of hot and cold drinks and food."
Key responsibilities for the role:
- Must be able to complete an apprenticeship framework in hospitality.
- Help to prepare food to a high standard in order to meet health and safety requirements and customer expectations
- Keep a clean and tidy work space in line hygiene expectations
- Clean the kitchen and cafe in line with hygiene expectations
- Maintain hygiene standards of the kitchen including- date dots, HACCAP labels
Key skills to be successful in your application:
- Health and Hygiene Level 2 qualification (this will be provided if needed)
- Work as part of a team
- Ability to follow instructions
- Have good communication skills
- High standards of hygiene
- Ability to learn and be clam under pressure
- Must able to work Monday - Saturdays 8am- 5pm. Potentially Sundays.
Location: Little Legend’s Playhouse
Contracted Hours: 30
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage
Closing date: Friday 7 May 2021
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