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VACANCY – HOUSE CHEF

Sedbergh School are currently seeking a House Chef to work within the Boarding Houses in the School. Very much a valued and appreciated part of each team, the ideal candidate would be confident leading a team and overseeing the provision of varied and healthy meals for pupils and staff in the Boarding House with additional work at Sedbergh Summer School.

Working for Sedbergh School means working within the school community as part of a close-knit team within the Hospitality Department. We are looking to employ enthusiastic people who would like a varied working environment with the opportunity to develop their careers further through NVQ or other qualifications with a goal for some to develop as senior managers.

The proximity to the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the area around Morecambe Bay offers the outdoors enthusiast a wide range of walking, fishing, sailing, climbing, caving and other outdoor pursuits all within easy reach. For those with a desire to get away occasionally the M6 motorway and the West Coast railway are both a short distance away for travel North or South while other routes make West Yorkshire and the North East easy to reach.

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Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – DOMESTIC ASSISTANTS

Sedbergh School are seeking additional motivated, enthusiastic Domestic Assistants to join our Support Services Team. 

Hours and pay are as follows

- Various shifts  (please contact the School for more details)
- Rate of pay: £7.50 per hour

Sedbergh School offers:
- Generous remuneration;
- Benefits, including contributory pension scheme with life cover;
- Staff benefits package, including store discount cards; 
- Use of the School´s sports facilities, including the indoor swimming pool

Please do call Lizzie Harrison on 015396 20303 or email hrrecruitment@sedberghschool.org if you would like to know more about any of the above positions that are available. 

An application form can be obtained:

- as a download from our webpage, 
- in email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org 
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – CHEF MANAGER/EXECUTIVE CHEF

This is an ideal opportunity to develop your career as a chef. We are currently aiming to recruit a talented chef who would like to develop their career further to become an Executive Head Chef with the ambition and vision to progress further in their career in catering. Working at Sedbergh is a lifestyle choice which offers the stability of regular hours within a normal working day. As the Chef Manager, you will be a leading member of our Hospitality Team. You will be a leader with an eye for excellence, a desire to make innovative improvements, demonstrate a clear ability to communicate well and to motive people.

If you are interested in this position please call Lizzie Harrison on 015396 20303 or email hrrecruitment@sedberghschool.org.

Salary: £30,000

An application form can be obtained: 
- clicking on the form at the top of this page
- in email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org 
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

 

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VACANCY – TRAINEE CHEF

Sedbergh School is seeking enthusiastic people who would like to start their careers as chefs. You will work alongside the Senior House Chef who will be responsible for your training. For those who have just completed college courses this will be an opportunity to further develop skills in modern cuisine and gain further qualifications with the goal of progressing quickly to becoming a deputy chef. For apprentices, we are offering the opportunity to train at Kendal College on a day release basis, while gaining practical experience. 

The ideal candidates would soon gain sufficient experience to have the confidence to cook breakfasts or prepare tea without direct supervision, and have the ambition to extend their careers further by becoming a House Chef once they have achieved the required experience and qualifications.  

You will be expected to work one of the two main shift patterns (06:30 AM to 2:30 PM) producing breakfast and delivering lunch with the Senior House Chef or working a later shift (11am to 7 PM) covering lunch and producing tea. Ideally you would work one day over a weekend but some individual needs can be met. 

If you are interested in this position please call Lizzie Harrison on 015396 20303 or email hrrecruitment@sedberghschool.org.

An application form can be obtained: 
- clicking on the form at the top of this page
- in email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org 
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

 

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