UPDATE: Applications closed on February 29th, 2020.
Glastonbury Festival is recruiting for the crew catering team at the 2020 Festival.
This is full-time paid work and you will be required to work over the Festival. Experience in cooking for large numbers is essential as well as some knowledge of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes. You will need to be available between the 29th May and the 14th July 2020. Applicants must be aged 18 years or over.
To apply for this position please download the chefs PDF application form and return to us by 29th February 2020.
This is full-time paid work at the UK living wage and applicants would need to be available between the 29th May and the 14th July 2020. You will be required to work some shifts over the Festival weekend as crew catering will be open during this time. This is hard work, rather than just an easy way into the Festival. The role will involve assisting the catering manager and chefs by performing duties such as food preparation and front of house service. Relevant experience will be essential and you must be aged 18 years or over.
To apply for this position please download the assistants PDF application form and return to us by 29th February 2020.
Staff applying for both positions will need to bring their own camping equipment. Food, showers and washing machines are provided.
Please do not send CVs, as these will not be considered.
Please note that due to the volume of applications we expect to receive we are unable to respond to everyone. Applicants will receive confirmation of whether they have been shortlisted by the end of March.
Glastonbury Festival is committed to protecting your personal information. The Personal information provided to Glastonbury Festival as part of your crew catering application form, will be stored and processed by GFEL staff solely for the purposes of assessing your application and arranging employment if successful. The information will not be shared with, or sold to any third parties. The personal data you supply will be retained for a maximum of 2 years before being securely deleted.
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