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Join our team

There are all sorts of roles in our team, from conservation and bird care to catering and administration. Our team is made up of a core of permanent staff, seasonal staff, volunteers and work experience students.

We are currently looking to hire candidates for the following roles:

Restaurant Manager

We currently have an excellent opportunity for a Restaurant Manager to join our team in Feathers Restaurant, at the Hawk Conservancy Trust. You will be part of a friendly high-performing team.

As the Restaurant Manager, you will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Restaurant. You will work closely with the Catering Manager and Head Chef / Assistant Manager, deputising for them as needed and taking the lead role in key areas including service, staff management, recruiting and rostering.

The successful candidate needs to be passionate, hands-on, eager to learn and progress the business, motivated, reliable and a strong leader.

Main Responsibilities and duties include:

Benefits of this role:

Front of House Senior Catering Assistants

We are increasing our team in Feathers Restaurant and are looking for Front of House Senior Catering Assistants (aged 18+). This role is part time (approximately four days per week with the aim of having one full weekend off each month, depending on events) and will include, weekdays, school holidays, bank holidays and weekends. It may also include occasional evening work for special events.

You will need to be/have:

The ideal candidate will be expected to:

References and a DBS (formerly CRB) check will be required.

Due to the location of Feathers Restaurant, it is important to have your own transport.

Job Type: Part-time / Seasonal (with potential for full employment, excluding January when the Trust closes for a month)

Salary Range: dependent on age and experience

Work experience
A number of opportunities are available for students (aged 16 or over) seeking work experience. Applications should be made 8 – 10 months in advance and should be for a minimum of 2 weeks.
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Did you know?
The Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl is one of the smallest species of owl but can capture prey larger than itself. It will sometimes dash through thick foliage to surprise prey.
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