We’re looking for individuals that share our love of people, hospitality, & great quality coffee, food, & cocktails to join us as both full & part-time. A hunger for learning & development, & a passion for hospitality & great service is a must.
The right candidate should share our commitment to excellence and enjoy working in a fast-paced, friendly and dynamic environment.
- Someone who’s collaborative, supportive & fits in great with the rest of the team
- Proactive, self-driven, & keeps constantly busy whilst at work
- Willingness to learn & have continued training in Barista skills
- A positive, optimistic, & energetic attitude
- Someone who is responsible, self-disciplined, & accountable
- Communication skills & a willingness to listen
- Trustworthy, honest & shares the personal values of the Mettricks family
- Self-motivated, punctual, & willingness to get stuck into any task as required
- An ability to be self-critical & take on feedback
- Confident, polite, & engaging manner with customers
- A friendly, team-orientated working environment
- Opportunities to learn & master new skills & the hospitality industry
- To be a part of a fun, fast growing, quality & community focused family of people
- Ongoing training & personal development
- Career progression
Tip: Solent Futures, Solent University’s employability and enterprise service advises that you ensure your CV is the best it can be before you submit it. Look at our online guide or
email firstname.lastname@example.org for feedback. You might want to visit us in RM 001 11am – 4pm to get your CV checked and, if you are invited for interview, to arrange for a mock interview.
Please note, if you are a holder of a Tier 4 visa you will have certain conditions and working restrictions attached to your visa. Generally, students studying towards a degree level qualification (NQF6) or above are restricted to a maximum of 20 hours work per week during term time, which is reduced to 10 hours per week for students studying below degree level. Please check your visa for more details. It is a criminal offence to breach the conditions of your visa, and anyone found doing so by UK Visas and Immigration is likely to have their permission to stay in the UK cancelled.