Job Opportunities: Organic farm shop & café, Scotland

Aug 8, 2019

Cafe Assistant/Barista:

​We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work in our busy cafe who would be an asset to our thriving organic business. This part time role will involve serving customers, preparing our delicious coffees and cakes and serving farm-to-table artisan dishes. You must have excellent customer service skills, be a good team player and show initiative. Being a committed member to our front of house team is a key quality required for this role, including flexibility to work weekends. Salary will be based on age and experience. An immediate start is preferable. 

Kitchen Porter:

We are looking for a punctual, reliable and hardworking kitchen porter to maintain our high levels of service and hygiene. The role will assist with the smooth running of the kitchen which includes dishwashing, serving food and clearing tables in our busy organic cafe. The ideal candidate would be able to work full-time and flexible with their working hours to include weekends. Full training will be given. Salary based on age and experience.

If you are interested please send a CV and a covering letter to: post@pillars.co.uk​​​

For more information about Pillars of Hercules Farmshop & Café click here.

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