You may need to have a Kitchen Assistant CV in order to apply for jobs in your field. You should also have a CV even if you already have a job to improve it for the future use.
You can use following example to write your CV from scratch or make it even better.
Start amending the fields on the example CV and be proud of your own CV once you done with it.
Kitchen Assistant CV
Your name – number
1 Job Hunter Way, Employmentville, UK. EM1 5LO
I am a fun and talented Kitchen Assistant. I use my love of cooking and excellent cleaning and communication skills, to work the hardest I can in a job I love. I adore making meals for people and keeping a place slick and span. I also like the interaction with customers too.
- Talented and creative.
- Sensible and practical.
- Tidy and Neat.
- Open to ideas.
- Highly organised.
- Can cook foreign cuisine.
- Keen attention to detail.
- Hard Working.
Food preparation certificate held.
First Aid certificate held.
Health and Safety certificate held.
January 2010 – Present
Kitchen Assistant, Hostel Hotel, London
My position as the Kitchen Assistant in Hostel Hotel was very rewarding. My duties were to assist in the preparation of breakfast and evening lunch for the guests that were staying in the facility. I would have to have all the ingredients ordered in, have the meal planned, and assist the chef by preparing veg for cooking, keeping the kitchen tidy around him, and then helping to clean and serve the meal.
January 2008- January 2010
Kitchen Assistant, Big Cook, London
Working as a Kitchen Assistant in a Big Cook franchise really helped me to work under pressure. Having to keep a kitchen clean, and ensure that all the required utensils and prepared ingredients were available was challenging at first, but once I got into the swing of things It was easy. I also had to put the trays of prepared food out for customers to help themselves to, and ensure it was hot and fresh throughout the day.
January 2006 – January 2008
Kitchen Assistant, Buffet Buff, London
Working at this all you can eat buffet restaurant as a Kitchen Assistant, my main duties were to feed back to the chefs which dishes needed replenishing, and replace those when made. I would also have to assist the chefs sometimes in preparing the simpler items such as sundries and desserts. At the end of the night I had to ensure all the hot plates were clean, and the kitchen tidy for the next day.
GCSE 10xA Grades including English, Maths and Science.
Londonberry Comprehensive School