Post: Community Food Co-ordinator
Hours: 30 hours per week
Salary: £25,000 (Pro-rata £20,000) & contributory employers pension scheme
Contract: Fixed-term, part-time post (.8FTE) for one year with a potential to extend contract subject to funding
Our Community Food Co-ordinator will play a key role in running our food operations from our project’s new Community Hub in Rosyth, with a focus on delivering against our aim to improve people’s access to nutritious food. You will be working in our kitchen to prepare, cook and serve food in our Hub’s café, for paying customers during core hours and for groups and events outside these hours. You will have significant freedom and responsibility to help create the café menu, and be responsible for monitoring stock and ordering food. You will make sure that EATS serves good quality, nutritious food, making sure this is done safely and hygienically.
You will need to ensure the kitchen runs smoothly with the help of our Community Cook and team of volunteers, supervising these colleagues when necessary and delegating tasks. You will be aware of food safety regulations and help to make sure our processes are safe, guiding others where necessary. You will have to be personable, approachable and empathetic – making the Hub a welcoming place for all people at all times. Our kitchen will double as a training kitchen, and you will help to deliver educational activities, which are of great importance to the project’s mission. The role will include supporting disadvantaged individuals facing barriers in their lives, and supporting the project in providing meaningful volunteering opportunities.
Please note the closing date for applications is Friday 11th November 2022 at 12noon.
Further details on the role can be found in the job description here.
To apply, complete the application form here.
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