Bank Cook, Abbeyfield House, Canterbury, Kent

We are looking for a cook to join our team assisting in providing healthy and nutritious food for our residents.

Location: 76 New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 3EQ

Salary: £9.00 per hour.

Are you looking for a job that will make a real difference to someone’s life?

Are you a great cook who is passionate about their work?

If so then this could be the position for you.

At Abbeyfield we aim to maximise and improve the quality of life for every one our residents. You will need to be a great cook as part of your job role will involve preparing delicious meals for our residents, as well as managing materials and stock for the efficient running of the house. There will also be some administration involved for which training will be given.

The successful candidate will have a good understanding of the needs of older people, experience of working with the public and an ability to work under their own initiative. A Food Hygiene Certificate qualification would be desirable but above all you must care about making a difference to the lives of older people as much as we do.

You will assist in providing healthy and nutritious food for our residents. By keeping all kitchen and store areas clean and hygienic and following all hygienic practices you help protect our residents and keep them safe.

Meal times are really important to our residents and your role is crucial to making them as enjoyable as possible. You are committed to maintaining the highest standards in the kitchen, during the food preparation process and meal delivery.

Abbeyfield House in Canterbury is a small, friendly and charming home with eight en-suite rooms all with kitchenette areas where residents can make breakfast at their own pace and prepare their own drinks.

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Job Closing Date:
31 January 2020

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