CDP - Whiteley

Job Title: CDP - Whiteley
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Fareham, Hampshire
Salary: Up to £22000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: JO-1904-2078_1561455260
Contact Name: Blue Arrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 25, 2019 10:34

Job Description

Job title: Chef De Partie

Location: Whitely Area

Contract type: Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £22,000

Hours: 40-45 hrs p/w

Shifts: 5 days a week, combining weekday and weekend shifts (Not compulsory for every weekend)


  • Extensive paid training provided
  • Continuous opportunities for personal development
  • Uniform provided free of charge
  • Free on-site parking
  • Excellent Work/Life Balance.

Role Overview:

Chef de Partie needed for a busy Luxury Country Club located in the Whitley area, the venue focuses on fresh food cooked to a high standard with a lot of the business being banqueting for the Weddings and Functions that take place, as well as the day to day catering for the member and general public using the Bar Menu. They are currently recruiting for a talented Chef de Partie to join their friendly brigade. As a chef you will work 5/7 Days - Straight Shifts - 40-45 hrs p/w - Includes 1 Breakfast chef or early shift a week, so they get 3 night off a week.

Main Duties and Responsibilities of the Chef (Whitley):

  • Running a section within the kitchen
  • Producing dishes to meet the required standard
  • Ensuring food safety and health and hygiene

What You Need To Be a Successful Chef (Whitley):

- Experience as a chef in a fresh food establishment
- Willingness to learn and progress
- Great communication skills and ability to work well within a team
- A great team member who can take this operation forward

- Good attitude and willing to work (more important than experience, training is available)

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