Demi Chef de Partie - £18,500 £20,000 per annum - Live In

Job Title: Demi Chef de Partie - £18,500 £20,000 per annum - Live In
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Chichester, West Sussex
Salary: £18500.00 - £20000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: JO-1907-3997_1563892579
Contact Name: Blue Arrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: July 23, 2019 15:36

Job Description

Demi Chef de Partie - £18,500 £20,000 per annum - Live In

Role Overview:

Our client is a fabulous 4 star hotel set in beautifully landscaped grounds in the West Sussex countryside - Chichester. This hotel covers weddings and functions throughout the year. The Restaurant offers a selection of dishes using fresh local produce, delivered to a high standard. They are currently recruiting for an experienced Chef de Partie to join their team. As a Chef de Partie you will work 5 out of 7 days per week - various shifts.

There is a live in accommodation available for the successful candidate, if required.

Your main responsibilities as Demi Chef (Chichester):

  • Preparing, cooking and presenting food in line with required standards
  • Ensuring the food is served in the right manner
  • Ensuring the quality and portion size of the food meets the correct standards
  • To comply with relevant health and safety guidelines

What you need to get the job as Demi Chef (Chichester):

  • Experience working in a high-end hotel or restaurant
  • NVQ or City & Guilds Chef qualifications will be advantageous
  • Creativity and keen interest in food and cooking
  • Strong communication skills
  • Basic Food Hygiene Certificate are beneficial

The Reward/Benefits - Chef de Partie (Chichester):

  • Salary up to £18,500 - £20,000 per annum
  • Great tips and company benefits
  • Great career progression opportunities
  • Live in accommodation available if required

How to Apply:

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