Job: Chef de Partie
Location: Chichester area
Salary: £20,000 – £24,000 Dependent upon Experience
Hours: Splits and Straight shifts
Job Type: Permanent
Our Client is urgently seeking a talented and ambitious Chef de Partie for their fabulous establishment based just 2 miles from Goodwood Racecourse on the beautiful South Downs. This historic establishment has an excellent reputation for fantastic home cooked food and a friendly welcome, a real English country pub and bed and breakfast establishment.
The successful candidate will have a strong background in using fresh produce and have flair and imagination for the plate, a calm and methodical working attitude and the ability to work under pressure during peak periods to ensure the guests enjoy the best experience in the restaurant.
You will have the following attributes:
- Be Ambitious, looking to grow and develop your skills
- Be willing to mentor junior Chefs with patience
- A sincere passion for food
- Be experienced and enjoy using fresh produce
- Be a complete team player, be flexible with hours and be enthusiastic
- Have experience of working in a busy kitchen which can cover anything up to 400 covers per day during peaks and with functions
This is an urgent requirement so immediate availability is advantageous. The hours are a mixture of split and straight shifts however, during peak periods a willingness to get stuck in and be flexible with hours is essential
****Own transport is essential due to the location****
For more information or to apply please attach your CV
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