Abernethy Centre job vacancy
Company: Abernethy Nethybridge
Status: Full Time
Salary: Details available on application
Closing Date: 30th May 2008
Are you a motivated team player with practical experience in the kitchen?
We are looking for a dedicated individual with leadership skills to help head up our busy Food Services department. Working with our Food Services Supervisor, another Cook, an Assistant Cook and our enthusiastic Year Team, you will ensure that our guests and team members enjoy tasty home cooked meals, served with a smile.
You will need to be friendly and guest-focussed, and have some experience in the kitchen. We can offer the opportunity for you to attend a day release cookery training course at our local college to further develop your skills. Applicants are required to be in sympathy with the Christian aims of Abernethy. This is a full time, salaried position with board and accommodation provided.
Call Paula Mosdell now for more information...
Tel: 01479 821279
Abernethy Nethybridge, the first centre to be established by the Abernethy Trust, is the ideal choice for an action packed holiday at any time of year. Loch Morlich and the River Spey are just a short distance away – perfect for water-based activities in the summer. In the winter and early spring, the pistes at Cairngorm Mountain and the Lecht Ski Centre beckon, offering the very best of Scottish snowsports…
The Centre itself is set within a secluded twenty-five acre estate of woodland, lawns, fields and ponds which are home to our range of exciting on-site activities. Explore the forest as you take on ‘Mission Impossible’, enjoy canoeing on our very own lochan or reach new heights as you scale our climbing wall and abseil tree… these are just a few of the activities on offer!
The Centre is located in the heart of Strathspey, just outside the forest village of Nethybridge and is about 13 miles from the mountain resort of Aviemore. Abernethy Nethybridge is easily accessible by rail or by road, and is about 2½ - 3 hours from the centre of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Paula Mosdell, 30/04/2008