Kitchen porter CV sample
I previously worked as akitchen porter for 8 weeks duringcollege holidays. I learned a lot about how a kitchen works, how everyone fits in and how important the role of kitchen porter is inmakingsure clean utensils, cutlery and crockery are ready when they are needed.I learned how to maintain heavy-duty kitchen machinery and I also did some food preparation work and know how to prepare most vegetables ready for the chefs.I am fit and active and have no problems carrying heavy loads. I like to work in a team and I have good communications skills. Once I know what the job entails I use my own initiative and don't need directing. I have finished college and want to make a career in the catering industry and would very much like to be part of the team at The Grange.
CORE QUALIFICATIONSLevel 1 Introduction to the hospitality industry.
- First Aid certificate
- Driving License
- GCSE English
- GCSE Maths
- Food technology
- Can clean ovens, deep fat fryers, large mixers, fridges and freezers
- Experienced in washing and preparing vegetables>/li>
- Willing to work as part of a team and to get the job done
EXPERIENCEAssistant | McDoolan's Burgers | June 2014-August 2014
- Frying chips
- Making sure kitchen bins were empty by removing waste to external skipsTemporary Kitchen porter | The Old Henhouse Bar and Restaurant | June 2015 | September 2015.
- Washing pans, crockery, utensils and cutlery, sometimes by hand sometimes by stacking and emptying a dishwasher.
- Cleaning fridges, freezers, overs,deep fat fryer and other utensil.
- Handling and checkingdeliveries, putting things away in correct place.
REFERENCESThe Old Henhouse are willing to provide a reference.
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