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HOSPITALITY AND CATERING JOBS

orange square Some of the most highly regarded support staff at any activity centre are those who create and serve up the meals that keep hungry activity instructors and all their visiting guests fed and watered. Providing delicious hot meals during the working day will make you very popular indeed. This page includes current vacancies for people with previous culinary or hospitality experience. If you would like to know more about any of the great vacancies below or you would like us to keep you informed of new catering opportunities, send us your CV or give us a call.


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Cook - France


Cook - France
Company: PGL
PGL's catering operations are modern enterprises set up to deliver excellence in both service and food at their activity centres. As well as providing supportive and fun environments to work, you'll get the chance to have a fantastic experience in one of the most beautiful regions of the world.

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Chef - 2017


Chef - 2017
Company: Xplore
We're looking for a positive, motivated and experienced Chef at our Suffolk based centre, Walnutree Manor. In this role you will provide good quality food to staff and children aged 6 to 18 years of age. This will include breakfast, lunch and dinner for a maximum 300 covers daily in busy period




Cook - France

Cook - France

PGL's catering operations are modern enterprises set up to deliver excellence in both service and food at their activity centres. As well as providing supportive and fun environments to work, you'll get the chance to have a fantastic experience in one of the most beautiful regions of the world.
Cook - France

Apprenticeship in outdoor activity leadership

Apprenticeship in outdoor activity leadership

An apprenticeship with Beaudesert Outdoor Activity Centre is an amazing opportunity. We work with 1st2Achieve to deliver a fantastic NVQ level 2 in outdoor activity leadership. At the end of our apprenticeship you will have real hands on experience enabling you to begin a career in the outdoors
Apprenticeship in outdoor activity leadership

Superyacht Crew - Deckhand, Steward, Stewardess, Yacht Chef

Superyacht Crew - Deckhand, Steward, Stewardess, Yacht Chef

Would you like to work as a deckhand, steward, stewardess or chef on a luxury superyacht?
Superyacht Crew - Deckhand, Steward, Stewardess, Yacht Chef

Cook

Cook

Join modern catering enterprises at PGL's activity centres across the UK. set up to deliver excellence in both service and food, you'll work in a supportive environment and have a fantastic time.
Cook


Housekeepers / Kitchen Assistants

Housekeepers / Kitchen Assistants

Now Recruiting for our 2017 season! CLUB CORREZE is a small family run business based in the beautiful Massif Region, France. We are looking for individuals who have excellent customer service skills and who enjoy working with children.
Housekeepers / Kitchen Assistants

Summer Alps Chef

Summer Alps Chef

We are recruiting a confident, experienced catering professional to support the Head Chef in the running of a successful kitchen operation, ensuring the highest standards of health and hygiene and training and motivating the small team by sharing enthusiasm for all things food.
Summer Alps Chef

Seasonal Chef / Cook

Seasonal Chef / Cook

Now Recruiting for our 2017 season! CLUB CORREZE is a small family run business based in the beautiful Massif Region, France. We are looking for an experienced or qualified chef/cook who can lead a small team of non-catering assistants in preparing and serving quality meals for up to 200 stude
Seasonal Chef / Cook

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Hospitality and catering is an important job the outdoor industry, all of the residential centres have to feed their gusts and make sure they are looked after when they go to stay with them. There are also customer service roles within the majority of centres that operate where they will look for staff who can look after their guests and make sure they have everything they need whilst staying with them. Many companies offer apprenticeships to their staff as part of their job so not only will you have an amazing job you will also earn qualifications which you can take with you throughout your career.

Working in the outdoor industry is fun, rewarding and at the same time challenging. No two days are the same and you will gain friends for life.

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