I started cooking from when I was 15 when I answered a cookery competition. I dropped out of 3rd level education and instead pursued a 2 year college course in professional cookery.
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As trainee assistant general manager, I put the seasonal staff, who help keep the University of Northumbria running, through their paces but only a few months ago I was a member of the seasonal staff team myself.
I became a security officer at Trinity, then a security supervisor and, in quick succession, student experience manager and operations manager.
I started my chef career 15 years ago, working in hotels in Ireland. I learnt the basics with a good kitchen team at a nice hotel. After that I continued to work in the catering industry, even whilst traveling around South East Asia, covering a few different roles.
As a bit of a perfectionist it took me a good few years to learn that we can’t please all the people all of the time but we can do our best to try.
We deliver a high quality food service and hospitality service and support health and well-being for Allstate’s 1,000-strong diverse workforce.
Every day in FM offers a different challenge, requiring a different skill: life as a general manager
Following a huge team effort, we had finally and successfully completed the project to migrate all facilities services to the brand new premises.
As general service manager, I am responsible for overseeing seven services and 80 staff at our client’s UK head office.