Chef Vocational Trainer

HIT Training
South East
£22000 - £30000

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Job Description

It may be easier to become a Chef Vocational Trainer than you think, no previous experience in training or teaching is required!

Salary: £22,000 - £30,000

Location: Remote to cover the Berkshire and North Hampshire area

Role: Chef Vocational Trainer

HIT Training is the leading specialist training and apprenticeship provider for the UK's hospitality and catering industry. We know (we've done the research ourselves!) the positive impact apprenticeships have on improving an individual's skills and life chances, making businesses more efficient, and boosting the economy.

What You'll Do As a Chef Vocational Trainer

  • Coaching and supporting your apprentices throughout their course, shaping their learning experience, and providing support and guidance
  • Carrying out enrolments and initial assessments with your learners to identify their learning needs
  • Delivering a blend of virtual and face-to-face sessions with your apprentices and employers. This will include travel to employer sites and workplaces throughout your region
  • Progressing learners through their qualifications through observation, work product, written evidence, professional discussions, and other methods
  • Ensuring all regulatory and financial information is accurate and maintained for each apprentice
  • Acting as an ambassador for HIT Training, marketing our organisation to employers and your connections in your local area

About You

If you’re passionate about passing on your skills and knowledge to the next generation of Chefs, so are we! To be a successful Chef Vocational Trainer, we’re also looking for 3 years of experience at Chef De Partie level with hands-on knowledge of multiple areas of the kitchen. Administration plays a large part of the role, so good computer literacy is a must. A Driving Licence and access to your own vehicle is essential for this role.

A Bit More About How We’ll Help You

As an Ofsted ‘good’ training provider, we offer a variety of courses and opportunities to help you develop your skills. These include tailored personal development plans, access to qualifications to support you in all areas of your role and allocated time to developing your own Career.

Our Chef Vocational Trainers with HIT can expect a competitive starting salary of £22,000 - £30,000 depending on your skills and experience.

Check out our fantastic, enhanced benefits package too:

  • Flexible working options
  • Medical benefits, including a private healthcare cash plan and dental insurance
  • A range of employee assistance and well-being programmes including GP access, discounts and more!
  • Company events, including our yearly Ski Trip and Conference as well as local team meetups and social hours
  • 33 days of holiday as standard, along with a buy-and-sell scheme
  • Up to 9% company pension
  • Enhanced sick pay and life insurance
  • Mileage for travel to learner and employer sites

Why choose HIT Training?

We make sure you get the best of both worlds. As well as giving you the chance to build lasting relationships within the industry you love, we’ll help you get your work-life balance back on track. We work Monday to Friday and our Chef Vocational Trainers have control over their own work schedules, so you can fit in all your appointments and important events, as well as enjoy your weekends and bank holidays!

People are at the heart of everything we do. This goes for our staff as well as apprentices. At HIT we offer a comprehensive benefits package including enhanced holiday and pension packages. We also offer a huge variety of well-being assistance and cash plans for private medical, wellness, and dental.

We provide training and development opportunities to all staff. We believe in investing in our people so that you get the most from your working life and stick with us. Career progression is what we’re all about.

Just so you know. We’ve made the aspirational Sunday Times ‘Top 100 Best Companies to Work For’ four times, most recently making the top 20 in 2020.

We are proud to be a Disability Confident and Living Wage employer as well as active champions of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).

If you fancy a chat about becoming a Chef Vocational Trainer or would like to see a copy of the job description, please get in touch - we look forward to getting to know you!

HIT Training Ltd is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We comply with all statutory legislative requirements and guidance, this role requires an Enhanced DBS check.

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