Chefs wanted at Glastonbury Festival

JOBS at the Glastonbury are being advertised – with people being warned it is not just an ‘easy way into the festival’.
The festival, which runs at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, between June 21 and 25, is calling for chefs and kitchen/service assistants to work before and during the event – giving people the chance to experience the event in a different way – and earn some money.
Chef roles run from May 26 until July 14, while the kitchen/service assistant positions run from May 27 to July 14.
Both roles are full-time, paid positions.
The chefs details read: “Successful applicants will be expected to work prior and during the festival as crew catering will be open during this time.
“The role will involve catering for large numbers of people including meals for people who are vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free.”
Kitchen/service assistants will ‘involve assisting the catering manager and chefs by performing duties such as food preparation and front of house service’.
“There will be a specific area for you to camp while working here and food, showers and washing machines will be provided,” the festival ad said.
“A crew welfare area will also be available to you during your time working for Glastonbury Festival.”
Applications for both roles are to be submitted before March 31.
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“Please note that due to the volume of applications we expect to receive we are unable to respond to everyone,” the festival added.
“Applicants will receive confirmation of whether they have been shortlisted by the end of April.”

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