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Party Kitchen Caterer (16+)
The following job role must be a school leaver as you will be using equipment to cook and prepare food for our parties which is not permitted under a work permit issued for young people under the age of 16 and still attending school. Experience is not essential as training will be provided. We run parties after school and at the weekends.
The final date for submitting applications is Friday 23rd March 2018.
Why choose The MegaCentre Rayleigh?
Everyone at the MegaCentre Rayleigh shares a real passion for working with people within a rewarding industry. If you share our love for adventure and customer service, then it would be great to have you on board.
We are always looking for self-motivated and energetic people to join us and help us drive the Centre forward. It is a winning career move as you will be joining the Award Winning Charity Owned MegaCentre Rayleigh.
With the right attitude and enthusiasm we can offer a number of great job opportunities to enable you to have a truly rewarding career. It really is a winning career move!
Applying for a role
All applications for roles at The MegaCentre Rayleigh should be made online via this page. To apply, find a position that suits you and click on the ‘apply online’ button which will be located at the top of this page when there are live positions. We do not accept CV’s, unless accompanied by a completed application form. When completing the application form we encourage applicants to provide as much information as possible about yourself and to use all available fields in the form as much as possible. The general comments box may be used to provide cover letter information.
Submitting an application
Once an application has been submitted you will receive an automated e-mail confirmation to the E-mail address you have provided. If you do not receive this confirmation please feel free to get in contact with us via our Contact us page and a member of our team will be happy to check this for you.
Once a vacancy has closed all applications will be submitted for shortlisting. We normally aim to complete this within a week, however this can vary depending on the number of applications we receive. If you are successful at this stage we will be in touch to invite you to interview, unfortunately due to the large amount of applications we receive it isn’t possible to contact all unsuccessful applicants, however please feel free to contact us if you would like feedback on you application.
Interviews are a two-way process for us to explore further your suitability for the role and offer you the opportunity to expand on the skills and experience outlined in your application. We aim to give candidates as much notice as possible of their interview.
All applicants at interview will be asked to provide proof of there eligibility to work in the UK, you will need to bring either a passport or birth certificate with you on the day.
After the interview
All candidates will be informed of the outcome of their interview and we aim to do this as soon as possible. For some positions before a formal offer can be made, we may invite you to a pre-employment trial for you to have the opportunity to experience the environment and role first hand. Depending on the role you may be asked to complete a DBS check prior to employment commencing. We will also require details for referencing.