Vacancy at Farm Made Tea Rooms

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Farm Made Tearooms are looking for weekend Waiters/Waitresses to join our growing team in Audlem, Cheshire.

Are you friendly, outgoing, motivated, caring, enthusiastic, sociable and well presented? If you ticked all or more of these boxes then we want you to join our team.

If you have a genuine passion for all things food and drink, can provide excellent customer service to all of our customers and would like to join a team of highly motivated and professional staff then you are almost there.

Experience is preferred with successful candidates undertaking a training program which will bring you up to speed with the way we do things. Over 16's only.

Apply now by sending your CV and covering letter via email to hello@farmmade.co.uk or call Hannah on 07974086311/01270 811488.

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