We are recruiting for a Community Café & Events Supervisor.
Hours: Part-time. Starting at 16 hours per week* – including working at least every other weekend. *Note: During busy periods (events, summer) the café will be open longer hours and additional hours will be available. Therefore, some flexibility is desirable.
Pay rate: £12.00 per hour.
Location: Silver Darlings Café, Time & Tide Museum, Great Yarmouth
Summary: Applications are invited for a Supervisor to work alongside our Café Manager in our community café located in the Time and Tide Museum, Great Yarmouth.
The café is run by GYROS to raise funds for the charity and enable us to meet some of our charitable aims. Working closely with the Time and Tide Museum the café will also enhance the experience of museum visitors.
The successful applicant will have experience of working in a busy café/ bistro. Excellent customer service and the ability to build rapport with customers is essential, as is a passion for good quality food and delicious coffee. They will also have an interest in working with people from a wide range of cultural backgrounds.
Working alongside the Café Manager this role will focus on promoting the café through a range of media in order to widen our customer base. It also includes organising activities & opportunities in the café for local residents. The successful candidate will also plan and deliver events throughout the year – for local residents and general customers.
Good IT skills are essential as is an understanding of social media.
If you are interested and want to know more before applying, please pop into the café or contact us below.
Requests for application packs should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01493 745260 or message / WhatsApp 07458301092. You can also call into the Silver Darlings café.
Closing Date: 5pm Wednesday 31st January. Please submit your application ASAP.
GYROS (Great Yarmouth Refugee Outreach and Support) is a charity (Charity number 1110281) working with migrant communities to support integration and community cohesion.