Club Mudgee is dedicated to providing, enhancing and rewarding a workplace in which all employees are afforded opportunities to achieve their potential in their professional development.
With our Guiding Principles as the foundation, we look out for well-presented, professional, friendly team players who demonstrate personal integrity, are passionate about customer service, take pride in their appearance and are willing to learn and participate.
Before you apply for a vacant position with Club Mudgee, please read through the Position Description and Position Profile for the role. These will help you decide if the job is for you.To be considered for any role at Club Mudgee, you will need to provide us with:
- 1. A completed Employment Application form;
- 2. A covering letter – telling us a bit about yourself and why you think you would be a great fit for our Club;
- 3. Your CV outlining previous relevant experience, skills, and qualifications.
- 1. Upload your documents and apply below; OR
- 2. Email your documents to email@example.com; OR
- 3. Drop your application in to Reception at 99 Mortimer Street, Mudgee between 10.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. Make sure you mark the envelope “Job Application”!
Hard copies of vacant positions are available from Reception during the above hours.
For more information about the application process or about working for Club Mudgee, contact Human Resources on 6372 1922.
Club Mudgee employees are covered by the Registered and Licensed Clubs Award.
Chef de Partie
With the Club’s 99 on Mortimer bistro going from strength to strength, we are looking for a qualified and experienced Chef de Partie to contribute to our kitchen team on a full-time basis.
Working closely with the other qualified cooks, your key role as Chef de Partie will be to provide active support and assistance in the day-to-day running of the kitchen and in leading and developing the kitchen team to produce consistent quality dishes for our members and guests. This role is hands on, so be prepared to "muck in" as part of the team to ensure that 99 on Mortimer maintains its 5-star hygiene and food-safety status.To be considered for this role, you will need:
- • Minimum Certificate III in Commercial Cookery or equivalent
- • Minimum 6 years of relevant experience in a commercial kitchen (including 2 years on-the-job training)
- • Experience in successfully supervising or leading a team
- • Commitment to your own learning and developing others
- • Demonstrated understanding of menu planning, recipe compilation and costing
- • Exceptional communication skills
- • Ability to work effectively as part of a team
- • Dedication to providing excellent customer service
- • Strong knowledge of and commitment to food safety and hygiene practices, and WHS
- • Ability to work under pressure while maintaining professionalism, positivity and a sense of calm
- • Availability to work a 7-day roster, including weekends, public holidays, split shifts, early starts and late finishes
- • Availability to cover shifts in the absence of the Head Chef or Sous Chef and work a minimum of 10 Sundays per year in addition to the normal roster.
You will be passionate about food and committed to providing excellent customer service through consistent food in an increasingly busy and challenging environment.
How to apply
Please forward your completed:
- 1. your completed Employment Application form
- 2. your CV outlining previous work experience and skills,
- 3. a copy of your qualifications, and
- 4. your cover letter telling us a bit about yourself and why you are interested in a Chef de Partie role at the Club.
There is no closing date for applications, however you are encouraged to apply early.
Applicants must have the right to work in Australia and must be able to produce their original qualification or certified transcripts if interviewed.
No agencies please.
Casual Kitchen Hand - Dishwasher
Due to the ongoing success of the Club’s 99 on Mortimer bistro, the Club is expanding its kitchen team to include the casual role of Kitchen Hand - Dishwasher.
This role is vital to the smooth running of the kitchen and the Club’s ability to provide great customer service through food in the bistro, so you must be reliable, have initiative, be a team player and be able to work quickly, efficiently and unsupervised.
While working hours are not guaranteed, hours could be approximately 20 hours per week. You would be included on a roster for clarity and a number of your shifts would be in the evening and finish at around 9.00pm. You would also be available to work to support the kitchen during functions. You may be required to work days, nights and weekends.
- • You will be responsible for cleaning and washing crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils, pots and pans and ensuring that the dishwashing area is maintained as a clean and safe area.
- • You will be provided with appropriate work clothing but will need to provide your own footwear and the Head Chef will be able to advise you about this.
- • You will be required to stand for long periods, stoop, bend and reach above head height
- • You must be able to frequently lift and/or move objects up to 10kgs.
- • The ability to read labels, a focus on safety and attention to detail are vital.
- • Demonstrated ability to work quickly and effectively as part of a team and the ability to listen and take instruction are also essential.
- • Understanding the workings and hierarchy of a commercial kitchen is desirable but something that can be learned.
How to apply
Follow the instructions on this page and forward your completed Employment Application form, your CV outlining previous work experience and skills, and your cover letter – telling us a bit about yourself and what you can bring to the kitchen team - by 5.00pm Monday 21 August 2017.
Please note that this position is casual and there is no guarantee of hours and/or days of work. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Previous applicants need not apply. You are encouraged to apply early as this vacancy will close if the right person is found before the closing date.
2nd Year Apprentice Chef
- • Finished the 1st year of your apprenticeship?
- • Part way through or looking for a change in your 2nd year?
- • Then we are looking for you!
If you are keen to learn how first-rate Club food is prepped, cooked and plated to ensure quality and consistency each and every time, then don’t miss out on the chance to continue your apprenticeship at Club Mudgee.
This is a full-time training opportunity offered under the terms and conditions of the Registered and Licensed Clubs Award
As a 2nd year Apprentice Chef, you will continue your studies at TAFE and receive one on one instructions from a qualified chef. You will be trained in all areas of kitchen work, learn the skills to work effectively in a Club environment and continue on your cooking journey. As part of the kitchen team, you will do your fair share of cleaning and sanitising to ensure that the 99 on Mortimer bistro at Club Mudgee maintains its 5-star hygiene and food-safety status.
The kitchen works at a fast pace and work schedules can include long hours. Essential to this role are your:
- • Desire to learn and your commitment to completing the apprenticeship;
- • Personal drive and motivation;
- • Reliability and positive attitude;
- • Calm, resilient and level-headed character;
- • Ability to listen, follow instructions, and ask for help;
- • High standards of hygiene and cleanliness as reflected in your personal presentation;
- • Excellent verbal communication skills and your skills in reading and writing in English;
- • Ability to lift up to 10 kgs and to stand for long periods of time.
How to apply
To be considered for the 2nd year Apprentice role, please forward your completed Employment Application form, your CV outlining previous work experience and skills, a copy of your first year results or transcript, and your cover letter – telling us a bit about yourself and why you are interest in continuing your Apprenticeship with the Club.
There is no closing date for applications, however you are encouraged to apply early. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.