Hosting Project Leader

What You'll Do: 

• Running hosting sessions, leading a team of volunteers to serve a three-course meal in a limited timeframe.

• Ensuring the team are following the food safety procedures set out in our kitchen handbook.

• Inducting new volunteers.

• Encouraging the whole team to have input into creating a warm, friendly atmosphere for guests.

• Completing the weekly session report via the Project Leader portal.

What You'll Learn: 
✓ Teamwork: you’ll work as part of a team to prepare a delicious meal and serve it to our guests. ✓ Leadership and delegation: we'll train you up to lead hosting sessions and induct new volunteers. ✓ Hosting: you’ll lead on ‘front of house’ duties, coordinating a team of hosting volunteers and making sure all our guests feel equally welcome. ✓ Safeguarding: you’ll learn how to ensure that the safety of our guests and volunteers is always maintained and everyone acts within the correct boundaries. ✓ Relationship building: you'll be building lasting relationships with your guests and volunteers, ensuring they come back each week.
What We're Looking For: 
✓ Attend regular Project Leader meetings to discuss as a team how things are going. ✓ Lead a minimum of one session per month. ✓ Follow all FoodCycle policies and procedures, including reporting any accidents and incidents. ✓ Complete Level 2 Food Safety, Food Allergens, and safeguarding training. ✓ Complete an enhanced DBS check (required for all roles involving ‘regulated activity’). ✓ Recognise, respond to, and report any safeguarding issues or concerns. Note: you must not be barred from working with children and adults who may be vulnerable and at risk of abuse or neglect. ✓ Complete the session Project report on our website after leading a session.
1 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Over 18

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