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Chef de Partie Term Time

Job Title: Chef de Partie Term Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Leatherhead
Industry:
Salary: £10.50 per hour, Benefits: Work/Life Balance
Start Date: 2019-04-18
Reference: DHDHTTO120
Contact Name: Darius Habibi
Contact Email: darius.habibi@bluearrow.co.uk
Job Published: March 18, 2019 12:58

Job Description

Chef de Partie for a School

Leatherhead– Surrey

£10.50 per hour

Term Time Only/Monday to Friday hours

Chef de partie needed for a beautiful private school in the Leatherhead area, working for a fantastic contract catering company. This site caters for 600 students, working mainly Monday to Friday hours, with all of the school holidays off.


Great for anyone looking to have time off with their family or for social time.


Key information on the Chef de Partie Job:
  • DBS dependent – will be done by the contract catering company
  • Permanent contract
  • 40 hours per week roughly SHIFTS: 0730am – 1530pm
  • 39 weeks per year
  • Pay over 12 months
 
Benefits of the Chef de Partie role:
  • Great shift patterns – no evenings or weekends
  • Have all of your holidays off
  • Good hourly rate
  • Free car parking
  • Employee uniform + lots of company benefits
Key Responsibilities for the Chef will include:
  • Work with a fantastic team
  • Cooking for pupils day to day as well as match teas, parents evenings
  • Having  a passion or cooking healthy meals
  • To maintain all hygiene and safety standards with particular emphasis on health and hygiene.
 

Key Requirements for the Chef:
  • You must worked in the kitchen and have the ability to work under pressure
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Ability to check deliveries and stock (additional training provided)
  • A friendly person with good communication

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Eligibility:

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