The Malt Cross Bar & Kitchen is re-opening in Autumn 2018 as a new business under new leadership and we are looking for various roles to build our team!
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced, creative and enthusiastic kitchen professional to join us for this exciting opportunity of re-opening one of Nottingham’s best loved venues known for its great drinks selection, fascinating heritage and excellent arts and music programmes.
Working along the Head Chef and managing the kitchen in their absence, you will be involved in developing new menus, achieving kitchen targets and working on events such as weddings and parties.
This is a casual role, so the hours are flexible dependent upon events, bookings and seasonal trade – great for those looking for work to fit in with other obligations.
This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check (which we will pay for) and registration with the DBS Update Service.
Are you are enthusiastic and confident administrator with a ‘can do’ attitude looking to make a real difference in the charity sector?
The award-winning Nottingham Street Pastors project is seeking an administrator to join their small, experienced and passionate team. This role will see them support the day to day running of the project which is overseen by the Malt Cross Trust and also acting as a representative offsite at events and training sessions.
This role is based at the Malt Cross office usually working Tuesday-Thursday. There will be regular evening and weekend work to support events, training sessions and to work shifts alongside Street Pastor volunteers on shift. This typically will be one Wednesday evening per month and one Friday or Saturday night per month.
Please note that this role carries a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the appointed candidate to be a practising Christian (Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1)
This is role is subject to an enhanced DBS check which we will pay for.
The Malt Cross Bar & Kitchen has re-opened this Autumn as a new business under new leadership and this is a fantastic opportunity to join an experienced, creative and enthusiastic team.
The re-opening one of Nottingham’s best loved venues, known for its great drinks selection, fascinating heritage and excellent arts and music programmes also includes the continuation and development of the tasting sessions down in the Malt Cross caves.
The Heritage Tastings Guides will be a vital part of our events team delivering tasting sessions focusing on the heritage and history of one particular product such as gin or beer both as part of the regular events programme and for bespoke private sessions.