Are you an experienced chef, looking for an exciting new role? Look no further!
My client, based in Torquay, is looking to recruit Commis Chefs and Chef De Parties to support their kitchen expansion.
This is not just a role to showcase your talent and abilities, it’s an opportunity to grow and enhance within a stunning Hotel alongside a strong team.
We would love to hear from chefs across all levels, with enthusiasm to work with fresh, local produce and develop within the role.
At least 2-years’ experience working within a kitchen as a commis chef or above
Flexible to work weekends and bank holidays across shift patterns to suit the business
To be able to work within the team and produce exciting new dishes for the menu
Eager to expand and progress within your role
What you will be doing:
Ensure all work surfaces are always sanitised and kept tidy
Be able to work in a face past environment and keeping up alongside the head chefs’ requirements
You will be confident and consistent in health and safety practices
Take direction from more experienced staff, to consistently produce high-quality dishes
Support with training new and trainee staff (if working at a higher level)
What they offer:
Full time hours
Opportunity to develop and progress
Discount off food and drink
Fun and vibrant working environment
Offering an immediate start and salary will range from £9.50 per hour for Commis Chefs, and up to £26k a year for a Chef De Partie, depending on experience.
Take the next step – Send your CV to apply!
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