Junior Sous Chef - £22,000-£26,000 - Lymington - Fresh Food

  • Job Reference: JO-1904-2241
  • Date Posted: 13 January 2020
  • Recruiter: Blue Arrow
  • Location: Lymington
  • Salary: £22,000 to £26,000
  • Sector: Catering and Hospitality
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Junior Sous Chef - £22,000-£26,000 + Tips - Independent Fresh Food Restaurant - Lymington

Location: Lymington

Contract type: Permanent - Full Time

Salary: - £22,000-£26,000

Shifts: 5/7 Days - Various shifts

Excellent opportunities for progression

The role:

An experienced Junior Sous Chef is required for a popular restaurant and bar located situated in the beautiful village of New Forest area.

They offer varied, seasonal menus and can cater for parties and events.

The restaurant is part of a group so there are excellent opportunities for progression.

The successful candidate will work 5 out of 7 days, various shifts - 40hrs per week.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To ensure food preparation and control meets requirements in respect to the set standards
  • To support Head Chef in maintaining, ordering and controlling food stocks within a budget
  • To be responsible for maintaining up to date product and menu knowledge
  • To maintain a high standard of food preparation and presentation, ensuring portion and quality control
  • To comply with health and safety and food safety legislations

What You Need To Be a Successful

  • Previous Chef or Sous chef experience in a 2AA Rosette Kitchen
  • Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast paced environment
  • Qualifications required but not essential

The Reward/Benefits

  • Salary of £22,000.00 - of £26,000.00
  • Live in onsite
  • Excellent career progression opportunities
  • Permanent Role

How to Apply:

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