New Role – Catering Assistants at Newton Abbot Rugby Football Club

25th June 2024

Due to continued growth of the club, we need to recruit 3 part time Catering Assistants.

What will I be doing?
You will work as a team of 3, rotating and covering shifts so there are always 2 people available.
Cooking good simple hearty food and retailing it from our new purpose-built kitchen and serving hatch. A mix of baked pastry goods and hot drinks

Core hours will typically be during the rugby season (Sept to April)
Saturday 8am – 5pm and Sunday 8am to 4pm
Then as we enter British Summer time, we move to Friday Evenings – 4pm -8pm BBQs on the Patio.

There will be further opportunities for additional hours to assist with our growing events calendar.

Who will I report to?
The Events & Clubhouse Manager

£11.50/hour depending on age and experience.

For any more information and to apply please email Paul with your CV to

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