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Coronavirus update

Subject to the ongoing situation, it's essential that we continue recruiting safely. Therefore, interviews and communication will be virtual wherever possible and this will be communicated to you directly by the hiring manager.

Please also expect that advert closing dates and interview dates may change as required. We still continue to welcome applications for our current roles and wish you the best of luck with your application.

We would welcome applications especially for our most critical roles to ensure we're supporting our residents


Like so many of our staff, Louise first came to Commercial Services (now called Twelve15) as a Catering Assistant for a couple of hours a day to fit around a busy home life bringing up her children. After refreshing her practical cooking skills by completing the Cooks Craft courses, she went on to successfully apply for a Mobile Cook position and subsequently the Caterer role at a large Surrey school. This move enabled her to consolidate her learning and although very successful in this position, she decided that she missed the variety that working as a mobile brought and once again, applied for a mobile position, this time as a Caterer.

Following this move, Louise successfully completed the Developing Supervisory Skills and Developing Management Skills training.

The roll out of Universal Infant Free School Meals in 2014 led to the introduction of a new post of District Catering Support Managers to assist District Catering Managers in the running of their districts. Louise put herself forward for the selection process and was once again successful. She still holds the post as District Catering Support Manager but the training has not stopped there, since being appointed Louise has completed the Food Hygiene Level 4 qualification and Institute of Leadership Management.


Brenda joined Commercial Services (now called Twelve15) as a Catering Assistant to fit work around bringing up her family. She was initially based at a large primary school near Woking where she received good grounding in the role, working under the guidance of an experienced Caterer. During this time, Brenda completed the Cooks Craft courses and went on to apply to become a Cook.

Brenda has now progressed to a position as Caterer at a Woking School where she provides lunches for 150 children each day supported by three other team members.