Sous Chef – Up to £25,000 – High End Public House

Job Title: Sous Chef – Up to £25,000 – High End Public House
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Exeter
Salary: £25000 per annum, Benefits: Tips + Bonus + Own Transport is a Must
Start Date: 2019-03-05
Reference: DCSW72
Contact Name: Dave Carlisle
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 05, 2019 10:51

Job Description

Chef – Up to £25,000 plus Tips + Bonus – High End Public House - Exeter

The Role

A Sous Chef is required in a high end Public House that has a seasonally changing menu. Based on dishes that we love to cook and eat, rather than a theme or a single concept. The south west offers a great choice of ingredients for the pub to work with. Where possible they source all of their fish, meats and vegetable products from the West Country.

The pub works on a 4 day on 3 day off basis with Every Sunday and Monday off.

The Pub offers great opportunities to get involved with the cookery courses that are a natural extension of their love for food, a chance to slow down and enjoy creating food from simple ingredients. Also the pleasure it brings to a shared table of family and friends.


Role Responsibilities:


•          Deputising in the Head Chefs absence

•          Training coaching and developing the team

•          Assisting with ordering and menus


How to be successful:


•          Excellent knife skills

•          Takes pride in their work

•          You should be able to cost dishes correctly and be used to working towards a target GP%.

•          Experience with food safety, health and safety and knowledge of food allergens.

•          Motivated, eager, has good time management skills and can work well without supervision




•          Good salary of up to £25,000

•          Training & Progression.

  •        Tips + Bonus





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