Chef de partie-Chichester-£20,000-Education-40hp/w
|Job Title:||Chef de partie-Chichester-£20,000-Education-40hp/w|
|Salary:||£18500 - £20000 per annum, Benefits: straight shifts, progression|
|Contact Name:||Agata Szafranska|
|Job Published:||March 01, 2019 15:01|
As a Chef de Partie you will be working for an in house catering at the Education Unit based on the outskirts of Chichester. You can expect a rare immersive environment with a forward thinking approach, strong professional connections and a rich heritage of creativity.
Working 40 hours a week , 5 days out of 7.
Your main responsibilities will include ( Chichester ):
- Initiate and oversee the production of all meals produced during the shift and in preparation for other shifts.
- To supervise the activities of all the Commis Chefs & Kitchen Porters during the shift.
- Take responsibility for the ordering of stock as required and directed by the Head Chef.
- Participate in training programmes as required and, in liaison with the Head Chef, ensure that training requirements for team members are identified and followed up.
- Ensure that high standards of customer service are maintained at all times.
What you need to get the job ( Chichester ):
- At least one year’s experience working at a similar level of responsibility
- C & G 706 1/2 or NVQ 1/2 qualification or equivalent
- Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
- Able to demonstrate a knowledge and experience of food costing
- Be able to pass strict security clearance
- Enthusiastic attitude and willingness to learn and progress
The Reward ( Chichester ):
- Salary of £18,500 - £20,000 per annum
- Hours worked 5 days over 7 (including weekends and bank holidays) on a rota basis, straight shifts, and hours to meet the needs of the business.
- 31 days per holiday year (1 October to 30 September) inclusive of Bank Holidays (pro rata)
- Free staff meals
- Contributory pension scheme, childcare vouchers, Employee Assistance Programme, free and discounted places on short courses.
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