Work at Welbeck

We find Welbeck an inspiring place to work.

If you would like to join us at Welbeck, job opportunities from across the estate's diverse businesses are posted on this page when they become available.

If you have any questions about working at Welbeck, please do get in touch.

 


SAF logoThe School of Artisan Food
Bakery Teaching Technician - 40 hours per week


Love food? Then this job could be for you…

An exciting opportunity is available for an individual with experience of the artisan food industry, who has exceptional organisational and administrative skills to join the dedicated team at the award-winning School of Artisan Food.

Based on the Welbeck Estate in North Nottinghamshire, The School of Artisan Food is a unique training provider, attracting students from around the world to a wide range of food production courses.

The School of Artisan Food is a registered charity and as a not-for-profit institution is committed to providing the widest possible access to its facilities.

This position is a fantastic opportunity for individuals with experience and interest in artisan food production to further their career, in a fascinating, fast-paced environment.

As a valued member of the team the successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining the School’s good reputation and high standards in the delivery of courses and events.

Job Purpose

To provide a high standard of technical support to our bakery course tutors, ensuring an efficient service to staff, students, and course participants alike.

To provide teaching support to our bakery tutors on our Advanced Diploma and FdSc in Artisan Food Production.

Occasional teaching to cover tutor absence on bread and patisserie modules on our diploma, NTU and short courses, providing a high level of knowledge of the bakery industry.

To be responsible for the set-up and clear down of the day to day running of our bakery training rooms. Following any relevant paperwork and health and safety issue that may arise.

Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications and Experience

  • A qualification and/or equivalent to level 4 standard, or 1-2-years’ practical experience in the bakery sector.
  • Experience and skills in a customer facing environment.
  • The ability and confidence to teach a group of up to 18 students, with the knowledge base to back it up.
  • Working knowledge of health and safety and food hygiene practices.
  • An interest in artisan food and drink with a good level of technical skill.  An understanding of artisan food production would be an advantage.
  • Able and willing to work as part of a team.
  • Organised and efficient; able to handle several duties simultaneously, prioritising effectively as appropriate.
  • Confident, with good communication and interpersonal skills.

    Key Result Areas

    • To provide in class tutoring to our diploma, NTU or short courses if required.
    • To take control of the organisation of our bakery training rooms, alongside other technicians.
    • To provide in-class support for visiting tutors.
    • To be responsible for the housekeeping standards within training rooms, including both general and food hygiene standards.
    • To be responsible for the safe storage and labelling of supplies, in compliance with food hygiene standards.
    • To enforce the School’s health & safety procedures within the training room and ingredient stores; to support the management team in the promotion of a safety culture which is understood and adopted by both staff and students.
    • To maintain open and effective communication with all teachers and staff at the School.
    • To undertake any other reasonable duties as directed.

Closing Date: 23rd October 2021

Applications to: jack.arkless@schoolofartisanfood.org


Welbeck logoThe Welbeck Estates Company Limited
Holiday Let Housekeeper - variable hours so appointment will be made on a casual contract

We are seeking an experienced housekeeper to join our existing team to help look after our range of eight holiday cottages across the Welbeck Estate. We hope to be adding more properties in the coming months.

Changeover days are busy and candidates, although part of a successful team, must be able to work on their own initiative and under pressure with previous cleaning experience in the hospitality sector preferred. The standard of accommodation is very high and we expect the housekeeping team, under guidance from the Head Housekeeper to ensure the accommodation is presented beautifully to all of our guests.

Duties will include but are not limited to:

-        making and dressing beds
-        cleaning and polishing bathrooms and kitchens
-        hoovering and dusting properties throughout
-        flower and hamper displays
-        completing a comprehensive checklist for each property and reporting damages
-        ensuring appliances are in good working order
-        recommending any improvements to our offerings

Candidates must have an eye for detail, have pride in the finished product and take responsibility for ensuring our high standards are met.

Flexible working is required based on our bookings, however, working hours will fall between 10.00am and 4.00pm on Mondays and Fridays. There may be occasional additional weekdays work too depending on bookings.

Due to the location of these properties, access to own transport is essential.

Welbeck provide all necessary housekeeping products and equipment as well as a uniform. Hourly rates are competitive and will be commensurate with experience.

If this opportunity has sparked an interest, we would be delighted to hear from you. In the first instance, please contact recruitment@welbeck.co.uk

Closing date: Tuesday 12th October

 


Welbeck logoThe Welbeck Estates Company Limited
Herdsperson


A Herdsperson is required to work at our purpose-built dairy unit in North Nottinghamshire. The unit houses a closed herd of 250 pedigree Holsteins. We are looking for a dairy enthusiast to join us and make up a small team of 3.

A proportion of our milk goes into making Stichelton, a raw milk cheese produced on-site and milk for sale in The Welbeck Farm Shop, both of which require milk to be produced to a high standard.

We are part of a large estate farming around 5000 acres in hand, the estate is also home to a variety of other in hand business and education facilities.

The job holder will be required to feed using a Keenan mixer with pace box, afternoon milking through a 20/40 GEA parlour, AI, foot trimming and will be involved in the breeding strategies, pasture management and day-to-day management.  We work heavily on prevention rather than cure - working closely with vets and with Nottingham University on data analysis. They will also be expected to deputise for the Herd Manager when required and carry out some night checks.

A competitive benefits package includes the provision of a suitable estate property close to the unit and ongoing professional development.

If you would like to apply for this vacancy please send your CV, stating your salary expectations to recruitment@welbeck.co.uk or:

Recruitment
The Welbeck Estates Company Limited
Cavendish House
Welbeck
Worksop
Nottinghamshire
S80 3LL
 


Welbeck LogoThe Welbeck Estates Company Limited

Caretaker - Zero Hours Contract (likely to involve working some evenings and weekends)

This is a new and important role, taking care of the security and maintenance of Lady Margaret Hall on the Welbeck Estate.

The role includes cleaning, performing simple repairs and maintenance tasks and performing security checks for the buildings in their care.

Main responsibilities will include:

  • Cleaning
  • Opening and closing the hall for visitors' events and showing prospective visitors around
  • Gardening and performing landscape duties or coordinating others in these roles
  • Inspecting the hall after each booking and reporting any damage
  • Regular inspections of the building, including heating, cooling, lighting and alarm systems to make sure they are in good working order
  • Booking and supervising contracts for major repairs
  • Monitoring cleaning materials, kitchen equipment and furniture and reordering as required
  • Liaising with the estate management team in relation to bookings
  • Managing site security and carrying out fire and safety precautions

Key skills required:

Ideally previous experience in a similar role
Excellent customer experience and communication skills
A proactive approach
Ability to manage own workload
Knowledge of Health and Safety
Good problem solving skills
Ability to coordinate
Awareness of security and hygiene issues

A DBS check will be required for the successful candidate.

Please apply to recruitment@welbeck.co.uk stating your pay expectations.


SAF logoThe School of Artisan Food
Course/Hospitality Assistant - Zero Hours Contract

Love food? Then this job could be for you…

An exciting opportunity is available for an individual with experience of the artisan food industry, who has exceptional organisational and administrative skills to join the dedicated team at the award-winning School of Artisan Food.

Based on the Welbeck Estate in North Nottinghamshire, The School of Artisan Food is unique training provider, attracting students from around the world to a wide range of food production courses.

The School of Artisan Food is a registered charity and as a not-for-profit institution is committed to providing the widest possible access to its facilities.

The School has a vacancy for a Course/Hospitality Assistant to support our catering team serving our freshly prepared lunches and assist our teachers when required in the delivery of the School’s courses. This is a zero hours contract and you will be required to assist the existing team during busy periods

This position is a fantastic opportunity for individuals with experience and interest in artisan food production to further their career, in a fascinating, fast-paced environment.

As a valued member of the team the successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining the School’s good reputation and high standards in the delivery of courses and events, by organising courses and providing in-class support to visiting tutors, completing relevant food safety records and taking responsibility for the School’s training rooms, equipment and supplies.

Job Purpose

To assist our catering team in the production of freshly prepared meal for our students and staff, using locally sourced produce.

Other housekeeping responsibilities that may include shop sales, laundry, and general cleaning.

To provide a high standard of technical support to course tutors, ensuring an efficient service to staff, students and course participants alike, when required.

To be responsible for the administration, set-up and clear down of courses, bespoke events and relevant health and safety.


Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications and Experience
 
  • Experience and skills in a customer facing environment.
  • Good cookery skills.
  • Working knowledge of health and safety and food hygiene practices.
  • An interest in artisan food and drink with a good level of technical skill.  An understanding of artisan food production would be an advantage.
  • Able and willing to work as part of a team.
  • Organised and efficient; able to handle several duties simultaneously, prioritising effectively as appropriate.
  • Confident, with good communication and interpersonal skills.

    Key Result Areas
  • To provide in-class support for visiting tutors.
  • To assist our catering team preparing lunches for students and staff.
  • To be responsible for the housekeeping standards within training rooms, including both general and food hygiene standards.
  • To be responsible for the safe storage and labelling of supplies, in compliance with food hygiene standards.
  • To enforce the School’s health & safety procedures within the training room and ingredient stores; to support the management team in the promotion of a safety culture which is understood and adopted by both staff and students.
  • To maintain open and effective communication with all teachers and staff at the School.
  • To undertake any other reasonable duties as directed.
Closing Date: 20th October 2021

Applications to: jack.arkless@schoolofartisanfood.org