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SB 632 DBS/CRB Cleared Kitchen Assistant

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10.42 GBP HOURLY

Regis Recruitment

Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Mark Dixon

$2 to $5 billion (USD)

Company - Public

1989

Published 363 days ago

Job Title:

SB 632 DBS/CRB Cleared Kitchen Assistant

Contract Type:

Part time

Location:

  • Newport, South Wales

Salary:

£10.42

Start Date:

Post document checks

Job Reference #:

SB 632

Contact Name:

Sonia

Contact Email:

[email protected]

Job Published:

07:16

Job Description

We are looking for a DBS/CRB Cleared Kitchen Assistant to work in the Newport Area

Working times Monday to Friday times approx. 11.00 to 15.00 to be confirmed before placement

Temporary Contract duration unknown at the stage, initially covering long term sickness but reliable, hardworking candidates will always be considered for ongoing/permanent work.

Essentials:-

  • DBS ENHANCED CERTIFICATE must be for CHILD WORK FORCE
  • Experience in working within a VERY busy environment

Food Hygiene Certificate desirable

Transport desirable however, not essential within easy reach of public transport

Note:-

If you have previously had a DBR/CRB which has recently expired we can RENEW

Anyone who has a Foster Carer DBS can apply

Regis Recruitment Ltd acts as a recruitment business (Temporary assignments) and as an Agency (Permanent assignments)

If we have not contacted you within 3 days of your application it means you have not been successful. As a part of the asylum & Immigration Act 1996 – All job applicants must prove their eligibility to live and work in the UK. Original documentation must be provided as evidence with a min of proof of ID / Address / National Ins will be required as part of our recruitment process. We do not require to provide reasons for rejections or terminations.


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