JOB DESCRIPTION – SPYF MOLENDINAR CAFE ASSISTANT
Job title: SPYF Molendinar Cafe Assistant
Hours: 20 hours per week
Sessional: Flexible including evenings and weekends
Location: SPYF Molendinar Community Centre, Blackhill, Glasgow
Reports to: SPYF Community Centre Manager.
Salary: £19838 – £21,295 pro rata per annum / £11.44 per hour
About the Organisation
St Paul’s Youth Forum aims to alleviate the worst effects of poverty in the Blackhill/ Provanmill area of Glasgow through our programmes focusing on Eating, Education, Exercise and Empowerment. We are part of the People Make Glasgow Communities, working in partnership with the City Council and Glasgow Life to reopen our local Community Centre.
Purpose of the Role
At SPYF, food has long been at the core of many of our programmes and we are hugely excited for the potential of the Molendinar Community Centre Cafe (Mollies Diner) this year.
The Molendinar Cafe Assistant will work alongside the Cafe Manager at SPYF Molendinar Community Centre, providing a vital service for the local community.
A key purpose of the cafe will be to provide a healthy meal for anyone in need, alongside other menu options.
Working closely with staff, Trustees, the local authority, funders and external commercial organisations, the Molendinar Cafe Assistant will ensure that a welcoming space operates for the benefit of, not only young people and local residents, but people throughout Glasgow.
Thanks to funding from Glasgow City Council’s Place Fund, this post is funded for 1 year with a view to extend this subject to further funding.
Community and Partnership
Work with local people to identify menu suggestions eg. through surveys, questionnaires and other feedback
Manage volunteers, including workload
Help train volunteers
Observe and promote equal opportunities, customer care, and equality and diversity policies and procedures, including those related to child protection and vulnerable persons
Carry out various marketing and administration duties, including social media posts
Take part in events and celebrations which acknowledge the successes along the road to achieving long-term outcomes for Blackhill and the local area
Effectively communicate and build working relationships with Centre users, staff, volunteers, and trustees
Undertake relevant training when necessary
Undertake any other duties commensurate with the status of the post as directed by the SPYF Community Centre Manager
Punctuality and being ‘on call’ to a reasonable level is essential
Polite, approachable, and helpful
Show enthusiasm and promote positivity and inclusivity
Maintain confidentiality regarding Centre business, users, and volunteers
Desirable experience skills and qualifications
Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
Previous catering experience
Worked in a fast-paced customer-facing environment
To apply for this role, please email a cover letter and a copy of your cv to email@example.com
If you have any questions about the role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications will be Friday the 23rd of February with interviews on Wednesday the 6th of March.
We are always looking for people to be part of the fantastic team that supports our amazing young people and their community. If you want to volunteer with us contact our Youth Team Leader Neil, email@example.com
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