Catering Butcher – Family Operated Hospitality Supplier

Company: Chefs for Chefs Ltd
Location: North Yorkshire
Salary: From £11 to £15 per hour Day Time Hours
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Catering Butcher

We are recruiting for a catering butcher for our clients well established, family run farmers and butchers with an outstanding reputation within the catering business.

The company supply several hospitality businesses across Yorkshire and the North East and are looking to welcome a new member to the team due to an increase in demands. We are ideally looking for candidates with a background in butchery at a strong level or a hospitality professional with intricate understanding and experience of butchery.

Candidate Role:

·Responsible for deboning and butchering primal cuts, steaks etc and trimming/ dicing meats to meet the needs of the company’s customer base

·Work as a key part of the team to ensure products are compliant with company’s specifications and done so in a food hygienic manner

·Maintaining exceptional high-quality standards

·Demonstrate signs of Skilled Master Butchery at all levels with preferably experience in how the food industry works

·Having a desire to excel within their Department in view of making natural progression and keen for responsibility

Candidate Specification:

•Ideally Fully Trained in Catering Butchery, alternatively had some experience working in the butchery industry

•Enthusiastic

•Reliable

•Good Timekeeper

•Good practical skills

•Motivated

•A Major Focus on Attention to detail with Quality, Pride and Consistency in their work being of the upmost importance

•Organised approach to work

The Employer:

·Family operated catering butchers

·Privately owned

Company Benefits:

·Excellent starting salary dependent on experience

·Staff discounted meat purchases

·Enrolled onto Company Pension following 3 months’ probation

·28 days holiday including Bank Holidays except Good Friday

·Full guidance and supervision provided

·Working Hours Monday to Friday 5.00am – 3pm – may vary depending on seasonal variation.

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