The League of Kitchens (www.leagueofkitchens.com) is a unique cooking school in NYC where immigrants teach small cooking workshops in their homes and students encounter a new culture, cuisine, and neighborhood with every experience.
The League of Kitchens is looking to hire 2-4 more instructors who are also immigrants who live in New York City. If you are an exceptional home cook and friendly host, there is an upcoming information session for interested candidates this Thursday, November 16 at 6:30pm in lower Manhattan!
Check out these two videos featuring League of Kitchen instructors – https://youtu.be/6jvX6nc9bjE
LEAGUE OF KITCHENS RECRUITMENT NOTICE:
Become a part-time cooking instructor for The League of Kitchens!
We’re looking for immigrants who live in NYC who are knowledgeable and passionate home cooks (non-professional cooks) to teach small cooking workshops in their homes.
All instructors will receive approximately 40 hours of paid training.
- Passionate home cook (non-professional cook) with a deep knowledge of traditional cooking techniques and recipes.
- Can host 4-6 people in your home (children and other family can be present during workshops).
- You live in NYC, and your home is near a subway station or bus stop.
- Conversant in English.
- Enjoy sharing your culture and your story.
- Enjoy hosting people in your home.
- Enjoy meeting and talking with new people from different backgrounds.
- Comfortable on camera.
- Comfortable with email.
- Responsible and dependable.
- Excited to help build an innovative new company.
- Teaching experience a plus.
- Can teach at least two workshops per month on Saturdays or Sundays from 1-6:30pm. (Instructors will also be paid for 3 hours of prep time and 1 hour of follow-up time for each workshop.)
- Some availability on weekdays is a plus.
COMPENSATION: Starts at $25/hr + reimbursement for food costs. Training time will be compensated at $20/hr (~40 hours).
TO APPLY, please email: email@example.com
For more info, please visit: www.leagueofkitchens.com
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.