Chef (RL13095) Thirsk, England

Salary: GBP9.97 - GBP9.97 per hour

Job Title – Chef

Reference No. – RL13095

Salary - £9.97 per hour

Job Type – Permanent

Location – Thirsk, North Yorkshire

As a Chef you will be a part of a friendly and professional team in a permanent role working over 40 hours a week on straight shifts mainly consisting of weekdays.  The role brings variety as well as structure and you will be a part of a team working on over 150 functions and events throughout the year using fresh, local and seasonal produce.

The Company – Situated in rural North Yorkshire this multipurpose venue serves up to 2000 meals per day, including banquets, weddings and conferences for up to 400 people. 


  • Liaising with the Senior Chef on duty with regards to menus, diets and numbers daily
  • Responsibility for the preparation and presentation of high-quality meals and services at the required times
  • Preparing for and assisting with special functions
  • Contributing ideas with regards to menu development
  • Being flexible with regards to the demands of the business
  • Monitoring all Health and Safety aspects within all areas of the kitchen including storage of all food stuffs, stock rotation, date labelling and documentation of temperature controls
  • Ensuring prep and mis en-place are always kept to an acceptable level
  • Dealing constructively and proactively with customer feedback, both positive and negative
  • Undertaking any other duties as reasonable to the role and in support of department


  • Experience of providing a high level of culinary skills and customer service
  • 706/2 qualification or equivalent
  • Awareness of Health & Safety in the work place
  • Knowledge of Food Hygiene
  • Own transport due to business location

Benefit –The working week is 5 out of 7 days 40 hours a week working a variety of straight shifts rarely including evenings and weekends.  The role of Chef pays £9.96 per hour and benefits include pension, meals on shift, subsidised gym, swim & golf memberships and the cycle to work scheme.