If you are a member of our team, at whatever level, you are important to us – you are not just a number. Every single member of our brilliant operations management team has worked their way up through the company from the bottom, and over 70% of our Manager and Assistant Managers have too. Even James our MD earned his stripes in the shops just the same as everyone else. Our average tenure of our staff is 15 years. We like to think this is because we are a great company to work for, and because we constantly invest in our staff and their on-going development – providing them with on-going training and advancement opportunities.
We want to employ great people who enjoy making great fish and chips. We are fortunate to have fun, warm, committed, hard working, fantastic people working for us; they are the heart and soul of our business. They have the ability to make a customer’s day, and keep them coming back…or the ability to do quite the opposite. It’s important to us that we hire the right people, people who care, and who will thrive as part of our business.
We always pay as much as we can afford to pay our team members, rather than as little as possible, because it is important to us that they feel appreciated and valued. The average team member who is over 21 earns £6.75 an hour, 18-20 year olds £5.65 and 16-17 year olds, £5.10 an hour, well above the government’s minimum wage and many get more thanks to their dedication and hard work. The average Managers salary last year was £35,000 including bonuses and our Assistant Manager was £24,000 including bonuses.
Unfortunately we do not have any positions currently available. However, we are always interested in hearing from passionate, energetic and motivated candidates so please send us your CV and we’ll see if we can fit you in anywhere. Please email your CV and personal introduction to email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
We always post any positions here as soon as they become available so please do check back regularly as new positions become available with relative frequency.