Chef De Partie - Straight Shifts - Surrey

Job Title: Chef De Partie - Straight Shifts - Surrey
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Leatherhead
Salary: £24000 per annum, Benefits: Work/Life Balance
Start Date: 2019-02-28 00:00:00
Reference: DH012482
Contact Name: Blue Arrow Guildford Perms
Contact Email:
Job Published: February 11, 2019 09:35

Job Description

Chef de Partie – Contract Catering Unit – Straight shifts

£24k – 40 hours

Great opportunity to get into a contract catering style outlet. The place is run like a hotel but with straight shifts and less evenings and weekends.

Shifts are great, all straight and a working week is 40hrs, 5 days from 7 including some weekends and any overtime paid at straight rate. Shifts are either 6.30am to 3pm, 7am to 4pm, 12.30 to 9pm or the like. This would really suit someone who is looking for a better work/life balance.

Roles and responsibilities of the Chef de Partie
  • Enforcing strict health and hygiene standards in the kitchen; and trouble-shooting any problems that may arise.
  • To manage and deliver the production needs of the section to the required standards.
  • To report all important issues back to senior chefs.
  • To communicate effectively within the section and the kitchen environment
  • To manage time through effective planning of work, maintaining a high level of productivity.
  • To support decisions made and adapt to changes, showing flexibility and enthusiasm
Responsibilities as a Chef de Partie:
  • Running a section within the kitchen
  • Producing dishes to meet the required standard
  • Ensuring food safety and health and hygiene
  • Supervising the Commis Chefs

-          Work/life balance
-          £24k
-          Not working every evening and weekend
-          Amazing company benefits
-          Free parking
-          Free gym
-          Many more !




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