Hours:16 hours per week, over 4 days Monday to Thursday 9:00am – 1:00pm, with availability of 3 hours overtime per week for cookery classes subject to demand/funding (on an ad-hoc basis).
Contract Length: Permanent
Holidays: 22 Day plus Bank Holidays Pro Rata
Based At: Wigan Town Centre
Responsible To: Brick Skills Manger
Accountable To: Queens Hall Action on Poverty Trustees
To Apply: Please review the full Job Description and submit your CV and Cover letter using the link below
Closing Date: Interviews will be held ongoing so please apply early as we reserve the right to close the vacancy early
Job Summary: The Brick Skills Cooking Co-Ordinator will be a non-judgmental, organised and highly motivated individual who is passionate about designing a high quality, nutritional food menu for flex volunteers and the people we support. They will be adept at designing simple, low budget food menus by understanding that some of the meals we serve may be the only meal that an individual will consume that day so needs to be of high nutritional standard. An important element of the role is to ensure that we meet and retain our food hygiene standards at St Georges and The Brick Works, you will therefore be responsible for the policies and procedures around food hygiene and will be the lead contact for hygiene inspections.
The cooking co-ordinator will lead and work alongside staff and volunteers and assist in shopping for, the meal planning of and the preparation of highly nutritional food and refreshments for flex volunteers working at the Brick Works.
Job Purpose: The Brick is a charity with big aspirations and its local community at the heart of everything it does. As a result, The Brick follows a strategy and approach focusing on personal development by following the 3 Rs. The 3 Rs are: Relief, meeting felt needs, Restoration, equipping people for self- sustaining, independent living, and Reformation, speaking out and acting against social injustice.