Head Chef

Job Ref: JO-2112-24859_1642176963
Sector: Hospitality & Catering
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 14 January 2022
  • Swindon, Wiltshire SN3 1SH Swindon Wiltshire South West SN3 1SH
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Head Chef - 4* Hotel - Wiltshire - Up to £40k
The Role:
An experienced Head Chef is required for this amazing 4* hotel in North Wiltshire, which boasts numerous awards for its cuisine. We are looking for a Head Chef who enjoys using fresh produce and can meet the required standard.
The Head Chef will be required to work 8-hour shifts - 5/7 days on a various shift, based on 40 hrs a week.
Key Information:

  • Salary: Up to £40,000
  • Hours: 5/7 days on a various shift
  • Location: North Wiltshire

On top of a great salary of up to £40,000, you will also get some great benefits

  • Meals on duty
  • Use of onsite facilities & worldwide hotel discount
  • Fantastic training and development

Duties include:

  • To take responsibility for all elements of the kitchen including preparation, cooking and presentation of food to agreed standards.
  • To set and maintain standards.
  • To ensure the kitchen is kept in a clean tidy and hygienic state..
  • To liaise with customers, to ensure all dietary requirements are catered for.
  • To respond to feedback from customers and amend menus as appropriate.
  • To create a range of interesting menus for both adults and children
  • Anything else reasonably requested by the management of the organisation

What you need to get the job as a Head Chef:

  • Experience at Head Chef level in a similar establishment
  • Qualified to NVQ Level 1 and 2 or Equivalent
  • Experience cooking with fresh produce and to a high standard
  • Enthusiastic attitude and willingness to learn and progress
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14/02/2022 16:16:04
GBP 30000.00 30000.00

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