St JOHN Pass It On

Members of the St. JOHN team have a wealth of experience, knowledge and skills in running a successful restaurant business.

London Food Link (LFL), part of the food and farming charity Sustain, works to join the dots between people who grow, make, cook, sell, save, forage and teach good food.

Together, the two organisations have launched St. JOHN Pass It On, a rolling programme offering bespoke support to people involved in setting up and running charitable, community and social enterprise eateries and other good food service enterprises in London.

What's available

St. JOHN is offering support in:

  • Kitchen
  • Bakery
  • Bar and cellar
  • Front of house

The type of support each successful applicant will receive will be tailored to their needs, but might be:

  • Advice
  • Spending time learning at St JOHN
  • Visit to your site from a member of the St. JOHN team
  • Mentoring

How to apply

If you run an independent eatery / food service business in London and need help with any aspect of the business, you can apply here.

Take me to the application form

The London Food Link team will review your application and let you know whether or not it has been passed to a St. JOHN monthly management team meeting for a decision.

If it is, LFL will then let you know the outcome in due course and, if you're successful, put you in contact with the relevant person at St. JOHN.

  • This scheme is run on a part-time basis and applications are processed monthly.
  • Neither LFL or St. JOHN is able to enter into any correspondence about applications or decisions.

Jobs

Vacancies at St. JOHN

For other good food job and volunteering opportunities see www.rootstowork.org


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