Role: Catering Lecturer, full-time permanent
- 37 hours per week over 4/5 days including 2 evenings
- Salary: up to £31,413 per annum
You will work as part of the curriculum team to develop the skills of learners at all levels
whilst working in the production kitchen, carrying out demonstrations, teaching
different cooking methods and types of food, developing learners’ skills from entry 3 to
You will also be responsible for providing food for commercial external events/inhouse
events as and when required.
You will be responsible as part of the team growing the income of the Wharncliffe
restaurant and further developing the offering.
• Run the production kitchen for service in the Wharncliffe restaurant,
• To provide a real-life working environment for learners in the production kitchen.
• Ensure the standards of the kitchen are professional and adhere to health and
safety requirements at all times.
• Contribute to the development of cost-effective seasonal menus.
• Take an active role in chasing and promoting new opportunities to integrate work
experience for learners in the kitchen setting.
• Contribute to stock control alongside the technician.
• You will teach and assess learners undertaking a range of courses and learning
programmes, predominately within the kitchen but this may also occur within the
• You will undertake all necessary planning, preparation and assessment to ensure
excellent teaching and learning occurs.
• You will undertake the necessary administrative tasks associated with your role,
which include learner registration, attendance, record keeping, tracking, and
reporting and for most 16-18 learners, liaison with parents and guardians.
• You will be expected to meet normal demands of an Academic Calendar including
the production of Schemes of Work, planning for lessons and meeting Quality and
awarding body requirements.
• Work with the Curriculum Team Leader and the Restaurant Manager to develop
the area both in recruitment of learners and market the Wharncliffe restaurant
to potential customers.
• To support learners in the development of their knowledge, skills and behaviours.
• General administration tasks including attendance, record keeping, tracking,
reporting for most 16-18 learners, liaison with the team.
• To participate and document in all professional development as required.
• You will contribute to the departmental self-assessment process and selfassessment review.
• Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of learners.
• To have a flexible work pattern which will include evenings and weekends.
• Provide a positive professional image to customers and act as a role model to
learners at all times