Overview

Palm Greens is opening a kitchen for delivery/collection only site and is looking for a kitchen manager to run it.

This is a great opportunity to improve managerial and kitchen operation skills while working as part of a modern, sustainably minded, plant based company.

We will be serving our core dishes from the kitchen, including our most popular salad bowls and extras.

We aim to source as sustainably and seasonally as possible, using whole, unrefined ingredients. We follow a low waste ethos in our kitchen and our work.

The successful candidate will report directly to the executive chef/director. We are a micro business, this will start as a very small team with the view to grow and expand, a great opportunity for the right person.

About you:

  • 12 months experience of working in a professional kitchen
  • Passionate about quality food
  • Committed to low-waste principles and sustainable working ethics
  • Positive and friendly team player
  • Confidence and ability to work independently and to manage a team
  • Ability to handle pressure and solve problems
  • Excellent communication skills

Job specifics:

  • Management of food preparation, that food served is based on the restaurant’s recipe, preparation and portion standards. Ensuring the customers are satisfied.
  • Stock control, ordering ingredients.
  • Over seeing training of employees, ensuring equipment is handled correctly and hygiene standards are met
  • Kitchen hygiene management.
  • Rota management.

Pay and benefits:

  • Pay dependent on experience, starting at £30,000
  • 28 days holiday per annum pro rata (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Pay reviews based on performance, opportunity to grow
  • On-shift meals

Tagged as: chef, food and hospitality, manager

About Palm Greens

Palm Greens first started as a plant based salad bar.  Looking to serve nutritionally balanced, healthy lunches with big flavours to the fast paced London life. They held a three year residency at NTs loft in Netil House, fast becoming a community staple, where the business evolved and adapted to the ever changing landscape.

While Netil House site has closed they are reopening as a dark kitchen for deliveries and pick up only. We want to provide the same quality of food but with a different set up. Our mission has always been to make eating sustainably sourced, plant based food more accessible to Londoners by focusing on flavour and ingredients and we believe we can still achieve that through this new outlet.

Instagram : @palmgreens

 

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