Early years kitchen apprentice with links to children's nutrition and child care
basic computer skills
excellent levels of personal hygiene
interested in nutrition and children
willing to learn
GCSE - A-D / 9-4 or equivalent
Level 2 food hygiene preferrable (training will be given)
Prospects of running a kitchen within our growing business and also potential of other roles with the early years setting
During the apprenticeship there maybe opportunity to do a staged learning with hotels/restaurants using the Head chefs network or options to stage within the Nursery or school settings.
This will not be an apprenticeship where you will be always based on one site. You will work within a selection of different teams to gain as much experience as possible.
Long periods of standing
working in a hot environment
Cleaning is a priority within all our kitchens to make sure we keep our 5* hygiene ratings.
early years environment
As an apprentice working in the kitchens for Little Angels you may be expected to work across our five sites.
You will be expected to complete a selection of online training during your induction. eg Manual handling, Allergy awareness,
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