Deputy Chef Manager - Leatherhead

Job Title: Deputy Chef Manager - Leatherhead
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Leatherhead, Surrey
Salary: £20000.00 - £23000.00 per annum
Reference: JO-1905-3030_1559204637
Contact Name: Blue Arrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 30, 2019 09:23

Job Description

Deputy Chef (2nd Chef) needed

Leatherhead, Surrey

Circa £20 - £23k

Term Time Only/Monday to Friday hours

Second Chef needed for a primary school in the Staines area, working for a fantastic contract catering company. This site caters for 1500 students, offering a range of meals cook freshly from scratch. This is a term time role meaning you get all of the holidays off, with daytime shifts and no weekends. There is an opportunity to grow and develop within this well-established contract catering company, you will be directly learning from the management.

Key information on the Second Chef Job:

  • DBS dependent - will be done by the contract catering company
  • Permanent contract
  • 5 hours per week
  • 39 weeks per year
  • 00am - 14.30pm, Monday to Friday

Benefits of the Second Chef role:

  • Great shift patterns - no evenings or weekends
  • Have all of your holidays off + 3 weeks extra holiday pay
  • Free car parking
  • Employee uniform + lots of company benefits
  • Town centre location

Key Responsibilities for the Chef will include:

  • Helping to lead a team of 5 in a large unit
  • 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
  • Must have worked not only as a chef and have supervisory experience too, can be from a smaller unit
  • Some leadership/management experience
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Ability to motivate a team
  • A friendly person with good communication and delegation skills


Unfortunately, due to the large volume of applications we receive, we can only respond to applicants with relevant work experience.


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