LOCATION: KERB King’s Cross Market


START DATE: Tuesday 29th January


This is a great opportunity to take on the day to day management of a KERB market. We estimate over 1m people will visit KERB markets across 2019 and we need a talented, enthusiastic team player to deliver an excellent market experience for the customer, trader and landowner.

The role encompasses ensuring the day-to-day of the market operations runs smoothly, working with the Head of Markets to ensure all health and safety practices are implemented fully. Stakeholder management, quality control (this includes eating!) and customer engagement all feature prominently. You will work three days a week and be outside all summer long!

The role suits someone hungry to get involved with KERB, with a keen eye for detail, good communication skills, understanding of the basics of H&S and previous experience of working with a diverse and lengthy range of stakeholders. A grasp of the street food world and previous experience working on a stall is a big plus. We need a can-do character with the hunger and expertise to push our markets forward to a new level.


  • Responsibility for the day to day operational management of one of our most important markets.
  • Working with the Head of Markets to ensure all recommended health and safety practices are adhered to.
  • Queue management and customer engagement – being the voice and face of KERB on the ground.
  • Overseeing KERB promotions on site with assistance from the marketing team.
  • Communicating with a wide range of stakeholders across email, phone and face-to-face. This involves the market landowners, their site teams, KERB team, market managers, traders, their staff and the public.
  • Focusing on the customer experience at our markets and developing ways to enhance this.
  • Promoting new ideas and ways of thinking and operating across the markets.


  • History and experience in street food.
  • A clear and detailed understanding of health and safety issues.
  • Knowledge of electricity, gas and food service operations.
  • Strong people management skills, working with a wide range of stakeholders to deliver the best outcome for KERB and its traders.
  • Proactive / self-starter able to focus and operate in a free-style work environment.
  • Excellent people skills, confident talking to customers and traders and developing long-term relationships.
  • An interest and understanding of the street food industry and wider food scene of London.
  • Love of the outdoors and food’s role within the city.
  • Positive and flexible attitude, with the ability to think laterally and willing to problem solve.


Please send:

  • A CV.
  • An example of a substandard street food experience you’ve had at KERB or elsewhere, and an explanation of what you would have done to rectify the situation.
  • A short covering letter (500 words max) that tells us why you’d like to work for KERB and what makes you good for the role, with examples of how you fit the brief.

to sophie@kerbfood.com