Junior Sous Chef - Chichester - Hotel - £27,000 + Tips

Job Title: Junior Sous Chef - Chichester - Hotel - £27,000 + Tips
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Chichester, West Sussex
Salary: £25000.00 - £27000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: JO-1907-4166_1564409817
Contact Name: Blue Arrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: July 29, 2019 15:16

Job Description

Junior Sous Chef - Chichester - Hotel - £27,000 + Tips

The Reward/Benefits - Junior Sous Chef (Chichester):

  • Salary of up to £27k+ Tips
  • 5/7 Days various Shifts
  • Excellent career progression opportunities
  • 45 hrs per week
  • Free Parking
  • Great salary and progression

Role Overview:

With are very successful kitchen and a busy Conference & Events function, we are looking for an experienced Junior Sous Chef to join the team and lead from the front; training, inspiring and empowering their kitchen brigade whilst driving high standards and profitability in support of the Sous and Head Chef.

We are looking for people-focused, who want to motivate their brigade and lead by example. This particular Junior Sous Chef will have a range of experience within Conference & Events, and will be excited to find out that this is a particularly successful function for the Hotel.

The Role:

  • Run a section and supervise Junior Chefs
  • Assisting Head and Sous Chef in managing the kitchen
  • Ensuring food safety and health & hygiene at all times
  • To assist in the preparation of menu ideas
  • To prepare and cook food to a required quality standard

The Requirements:

  • To be organised in your tasks and prioritise your work
  • Proven skills as a Chef in a fresh food led kitchen environment
  • Knowledge of all Food Safety practises, to include HACCP, COSHH
  • Ability to work well in team and have a clear set target for personal achievements

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