Chef de Partie

Job Title: Chef de Partie
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Beaulieu
Salary: £21500 per annum
Start Date: 2019-03-27
Reference: DS/SB4517901
Contact Name: David Stacey
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 27, 2019 13:26

Job Description

Chef de Partie – Luxury Hotel – Beaulieu - £21,500 + Tips

Chef de Partie

Reference: DS/SB4517901

Beautiful Hotel with 4*Accommodation located in New Forest area

Full Time Job 

Hourly rate/Salary: Annual Salary of £21,500 + Tips


  • Extensive paid training provided
  • Live in role
  • Continuous opportunities for personal development
  • A professional, well trained and friendly team
  • Uniform provided free of charge
  • Meals on duty provided
  • Free Car Park for all staff

Are you an experienced Chef de Partie looking for a new challenge?


Role Overview:


A lovely hotel situated in the beautiful village of New Forest area are looking to recruit an experienced Chef de Partie for their team. The restaurant has won accolades for its superb choice of fresh, locally sourced dishes served daily. This company also offers excellent career opportunities to develop and progress. Accomodation is provided.


Main Duties and Responsibilities of the Chef (Beaulieu):

  • 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 (Beaulieu):

  •      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) 

If this sounds like you then please Click APPLY today.

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