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Casual Event Assistant

 

Salary: £8.29 per hour

Casual Contract

Casual Hours

 

About the role…

We are looking for someone excited about delivering exceptional service in waiting and bar across our many different events.

The job will include: serving customers, helping to set up and take down events, making a wide range of drinks showing of artistic flair, creating relationships with customers, promoting the Cheltenham Trust values, ensuring our standard operating practices of cleanliness and quality of product and service are maintained.

This position is on a casual basis and will involve the successful applicant working evenings including weekends. We reinvest in our team and thus training and support is always available.

In order to be successful in the team you must be trustworthy, with a hard working can do approach, friendly and reliable.

 

To be successful you will need…

  • Event experience
  • Waiting bars
  • Retail or customer service experience
  • Passion for food and beverage
  • Keen to learn new skills

 

For an informal discussion about the role please email Jonathan.Munoz@cheltenham.gov.uk.

For the job description and person specification please visit https://www.cheltenhamtrust.org.uk/jobs/.

To apply for this role please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to jobs@cheltenham.gov.uk and please quote reference CT237 after the post title.

 

 

Closing date: 21st January 2020

 

In order to comply with the Government’s Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS), applicants will be asked to provide proof of identity; nationality and immigration status; three years’ employment or education history (if applicable) and, in some cases, verification of criminal record.

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable adults, young people and children. Safer recruitment practices are applied to all job vacancies. Successful candidates will be required to complete a pre-employment medical questionnaire; provide references;  proof of identity; nationality and immigration status; three years’ employment or education history (if applicable) and, in some cases, verification of criminal record.

 

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