Mitchells & Butlers Leisure Retail Limited
Great pubs and restaurants need great leaders, that's where you come in!?
When you become a Kitchen Manager in Training, you'll learn how to build a kitchen to be proud of the Mitchells and Butlers' way. You'll lead your team to thrive whatever the shift throws at them (not literally!). You'll be ready to go in no time. Most of our Kitchen Managers in Training are behind the pass of their own kitchen within 6 months.
As a Kitchen Manager in Training, you'll need to be geographically flexible to travel around the district, be able to drive and have access to your own vehicle.
Miller & Carter - Lancing
WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?
Opportunities to grow with lifelong learning and funded qualifications
As part of Mitchells & Butlers, we are a 44,000 strong team with over 13 brands, the opportunities are endless.
Love dining out? You'll love it even more with a massive 33% discount across all our brands. Whether its date night at Miller & Carter or family roast at Toby Carvery, we've got you... covered.
On top of this, we offer a pension; 25 days paid holiday; high-street shopping discounts; and we even give you free shares! There's also a free employee helpline- to support you with whatever life throws at you.
WHAT WILL I BE DOING?
Across your 6 months of training, we will give you the tools to become a Kitchen Manager who will .
Train, motivate and inspire your team to deliver an efficient food operation
Be responsible for the kitchen's financial performance, which can lead to attractive rewards
Oversee food ordering
Lead food preparation and stock control
Always conform to health and hygiene regulations
WHAT DO I NEED?
It takes a mixture of ingredients to make the perfect dish, and a top Chef to bring it all together. You'll .
Be a seasoned pro in managing a kitchen
You'll be able to drive to support businesses across your district whilst in training?
Pride yourself on food quality and hygiene standards
Train, develop and grow your team to smash targets together
Be ready for anything that the shift throws at your team (not literally