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Chef de Partie - Term Time Hours

Job Title: Chef de Partie - Term Time Hours
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Petworth
Industry:
Salary: £9.25 per hour
Start Date: 2019-04-11
Reference: DHNJ024
Contact Name: Darius Habibi
Contact Email: darius.habibi@bluearrow.co.uk
Job Published: March 26, 2019 11:06

Job Description

Chef de Partie Needed for a College

Petworth – Surrey/Sussex

£9.25 per hour

Term Time Only/Monday to Friday hours


Chef needed for a prestigious college in the Petworth area, working for a fantastic contract catering company. This site caters for 800 students, working mainly Monday to Friday hours (1 in 4 weekends). This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants a work/life balance. It would suit someone who has a family that they’d like to send time with in the school holidays.


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: 6am OR 2pm or 10am – 6pm
  • 41 weeks per year
 
Benefits of the Chef de Partie role:
  • Great shift patterns – rare evenings and 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:
  • Being part of a solid team
  • Working in and exciting venue with the opportunity for hospitality and overtime
  • 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
  • A friendly person with good communication and delegation skills
 

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Eligibility:

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