Jnr Sous Chef Straight Shifts

Job Title: Jnr Sous Chef Straight Shifts
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Leatherhead
Salary: £25000 - £28000 per annum
Start Date: 2019-04-22
Reference: DHBP1203
Contact Name: Darius Habibi
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 22, 2019 15:37

Job Description

Jnr Sous Chef – Conference Venue – Leatherhead - £26k

-          Straight shifts (0700am – 3pm / 1pm – 10pm)
-          Good benefits
-          Supportive Head Chef
-          Tips
-          31 days holiday
-          Meals
-          Uniform
-          Facilities use
-          Rewards scheme

Jnr Sous Chef required for a conference/wedding venue near Leatherhead.

Working straight shifts in a busy environment with a team of up to 18 chefs and 5 porters, cooking freshly prepared ingredients in a diverse environment that will mean you’re always innovation and using your creativity.

Work for a renowned company and receive excellent training, progression, and benefits

Main duties and responsibilities Jnr Sous Chef

-          Producing appetising dishes to meet the required standard
-          Ensuring food safety and health and hygiene
-          Running a section in the kitchen
-          Supervising the junior chefs
-          Delivering a quick, efficient service that meets the guests’ needs

What you need to be successful in the Jnr Sous Chef role

-          Experience at CDP Level or a commis looking for a step up
-          Experience of working hotel or event catering desirable.
-          Qualified to NVQ Level 1, 2 and 3 or Equivalent 
-          Passionate about food and delivering great customer service

Rewards and Benefits of the Jnr Sous role

-          £26k
-          45 hours/straight shifts
-          Progression in a UK wide company
-          The chance to work for a prestigious company
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