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Cheshire Farm Ice Cream Job Opportunity

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Cheshire Farm Ice Cream have an opening for a fun and flexible role as a seasonal Events and Mobile Catering Assistants during the summer season.
Whether attending food festivals and events or manning one of our bespoke retail units, you will be serving multi award-winning ice cream alongside hot and cold food and drink at locations across the North West.
The role would suit someone who is looking for flexible hours, full or part time, but must be available to work most weekends.
As the role will involve driving company vehicles a clean UK driving licence is essential.
The successful candidates will be confident, well presented with a good work ethic and a "can do" attitude.
If this role is of interest please email events@cheshirefarmicecream.co.uk with a covering letter explain why you think you'd be perfect for the role along with your CV.

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