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FCRT Catering Assistants

The FCRT is a unique residential, educational, and transitional environment geared specifically towards equine motivated young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Based within the New Forest National Park, everything the centre sets out to achieve is rooted in Further Education Through Horsemanship (FETH).

 

Reporting to the Catering Team Leader, we are looking for people to join a team that shares responsibility for ensuring the centre’s catering requirements are consistently met.

 

Ideally you will hold a catering and food hygiene certificate, be familiar with special dietary requirements and recognise the importance of managing food intolerances.  With an ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a team, you will be able to support the Catering Team with planning, preparing, and serving healthy, balanced meals to our staff and students.

Operating out of Bransgore and New Milton, we are recruiting for term time only positions based on 40 weeks per annum, with hours available to suit the right candidates. Evening and weekend shifts may be required along with the flexibility to assist the Catering Team during annual, seasonal, and one-off events.

For further information or an application pack, please email m.pridham@fcrt.ac.uk or call 01425 673297, in the first instance.

 

The FCRT is committed to Safeguarding, and to promoting the welfare of children and young adults; we expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

FCRT Assistants

We are looking for enthusiastic applicants who have a real interest in the education of young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities, and our method of delivery which is through working with horses. Fortune College is a specialist FE college with the aim of helping young people to extend their education and learn to become more self-reliant through working with horses, and by transferring that learning to everyday living skills.

The role will include assisting in the delivery of taught sessions with and without the horses in both yard and residential settings. Students work towards achieving outcomes from their Education, Health and Care Plans and receive a multi-disciplinary approach to create an individualised education package.

 

If you are interested in being part of our team and believe you have relevant skills and experience, we would love to hear from you!

For an informal chat to find out more about the role and what we do please call the main reception number, 01425 673297, and ask to speak to Suzi Barnett  (Assistant Principal) 

Duties will include early morning, evening and weekend work either on the yard or residentially.

Various hours available

 

Salary: £18,646.29 per annum (FTE)

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