At award-winning Premier Inn, we’re proud to be the UK’s biggest hotel brand. There are three keys to our success: comfy accommodation of real quality, truly affordable prices, and dedicated teams of brilliant people. Join one of those teams and you’ll help us achieve our ambitions to grow – in a big way. We are proud to be part of the Whitbread family of brands. As the UK’s largest operator of hotels, restaurants and coffee shops, Whitbread makes everyday experiences special for millions of customers. And creates excellent career opportunities for people like you. In this varied role, you’ll help to make sure the kitchen delivers great food for every customer. And if you’re keen to build a career as a chef, this is a perfect place to start. You’ll assist the chef in all kinds of ways. You will help to prepare, cook and present food to the highest standards, on time, every time. Taking particular responsibility for starters and desserts, you’ll create a fantastic first impression and make sure each meal ends on a high. You will also take great pride in washing up and keeping the kitchen and equipment clean. In return, we’ll provide excellent training. You will need previous experience to join us in this role. However, great value is given to what you can bring as a person. You’ll bring high standards – that means keen attention to detail, and a commitment to learning and improving all the time. You’re very organised and always ready for a challenge. So you’ll happily adapt when things get busy, to make sure our food is always tasty, safe and well-presented. Like all of us, you really care about our customers. You’re committed to your colleagues too, and you’ll work hard for them. Crucially, you always strive to be the best in everything you do. At every venue in the Whitbread family, everyone is welcome. That goes for our customers, and it goes for our people too. Whatever level you start at, we’ll help you reach your full potential. You’ll enjoy the chance to shine every day. And you’ll benefit from the best training and development programmes in the industry. So wherever you’re coming from, we will help you get to anywhere you want to go. Ready to make a difference for customers, colleagues and your career?
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