Rockley are looking to employ suitably experienced catering staff to support our Head Chefs in the running of our kitchens, and as part of a small team provide healthy, nutritious and tasty meals suitable for a variety of clients, at our activity centres in South West France.
Our kitchens are purpose built, and provide a fun yet challenging environment to work in. Many of our Catering teams come from Winter Season back grounds, or from previous Summer Seasons around the UK or abroad – our Assistant Chef role is ideal for some who has done a couple of seasons as a chalet Host or worked in a hotel kitchen. You will be catering for UK school children that come and visit us for week-long activity trips. Depending on your centre you could be catering for up to 200 clients and staff on a weekly basis.
As a Rockley Team Member you will be working with likeminded individuals in a beautiful part of the world. Your role within the team will give you ample time to get out on the water, experience new sports and enjoy the location you are living. You will have access to all the equipment in your spare time and a team of instructors on hand to help you hone your skills. So if you fancy yourself as an instructor in the future, this could be the role for you!!!
The Assistant Chef has the opportunity to develop their skills, gain responsibility and progress quickly.
Your duties will include but are not limited to:
- Assisting the Head Chef in the management of the kitchen.
- Have the skills & ability to produce basic meals independently.
- Assist the Head Chef in producing Menu Plans.
- Assisting in the production of all food on centre.
- Running the kitchen in the absence of the Head Chef.
- Provide excellent Customer Service to our customers.
As a member of our French team you will be paid thourg the French pay system at a rate exceeding French NMW - in accordance with your role. Travel, Food & Accommodation is provided at no charge.
Ideally the right candidate will already hold Basic Food Hygiene Level 2.
Full UK Drivers Licence and the ability to speak basic French is desirable but not essential.