Famous pub - the next chapter
All new concept - on the Hamble waterfront
The Jolly Sailor is known to have existed as a pub since as early as 1751 and joined the Hall & Woodhouse family in 1987. Set in a stunning location, adjacent to Elephant Boatyard and at the heart of “Howard’s Way” the hugely popular late 1980’s BBC drama series, the pub offers unrivalled views across Hamble Marina. We are looking to add to our great kitchen team to launch an all new concept with individual changing menus and an enhanced dining experience for the guests of this awesome venue. We are building our team now ahead of the busy season and require a Kitchen Assistant with the ambition to train as a chef join our kitchen.
At the re-imagined Jolly Sailor you will receive:
- Pay up to £8.91 per hour plus a share of tips
- A warm welcome from a friendly team that values your contribution
- Plenty of scope to show your talent and train as a chef
- Excellent job security and working conditions
- Full time hours including weekends and evenings
- A full range of lifestyle benefits
- All the support you need to succeed
Apply if you are:
- Confident and committed with an eye for detail
- A great team player who can support others under pressure
- Familiar with the KA\KP role in professional kitchen operations
- Highly motivated and enthusiastic
- A person who takes pride in your work, and would like to progress
- Seeking an employer that recognizes and rewards achievement
Previous experience and knowledge of the role in a busy kitchen is required.
If you care about what you do, strive to be the best version of your self, enjoy being part of a team and have the drive and commitment to thrive in a busy, exciting and rewarding kitchen... apply now:
Where you'll work:
The Jolly Sailor
An exquisite riverside country pub overlooking the Hamble Marina
Located in Lower Bursledon, near Southampton, The Jolly Sailor sits on the banks of the River Hamble adjacent to Elephant Boatyard where HMS Elephant - Nelson’s temporary flagship at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 - was built.
The waterside terraces, jetties and decks are the perfect location to watch the busy marina activity during the summer months. But it’s not just a warm-weather pub - its cosy, traditional interior, roaring fires and extensive traditional pub menu and specials boards make it perfect for those colder winter nights too.
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