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As a Chef de Partie you will be an integral part of the team to lead a section in the kitchen creating the finest dishes and working to the highest standards. A key focus of your role is to share your passion for cooking and food with your team and help train and develop them. You will be working in the more informal restaurant within the establishment, however, you will still be required to produce dishes to a high standard.
Plan and oversee day-to-day running of your section to meet service requirements
Follow all health and hygiene standards
Supervise and lead a team of Commis and Demi Chefs
Sample, smell and observe food to ensure conformance to recipes and standards
Take orders from the Sous Chef and give tasks to Commis and Demi Chefs and check that they are carried out in the correct manner
Write daily wine, dry storage, food requisitions and kitchen transfers on the appropriate forms for the approval of the Sous Chef in order to achieve the high stock rotation desired in the section
Maintain a clean and efficient kitchen section and ensures maximum utilization of food
Participate in food production. Portions meats, fish, vegetables and desserts and utilizes food surpluses to control food costs
Communicate with and assist back-of-the-house personnel to maintain efficient food production
Conduct daily food line inspections in section to ensure quality is maintained.
Ideally NVQ levels 2&3
Experience working in a Michelin star or AA Rosette establishment
Hotel or Restaurant background
Good knowledge of cooking techniques and styles
Good understanding of food, hygiene and safety
Good verbal and written English
The right to work in the United Kingdom
Complimentary nights with breakfast, and 50% discount
Team members awards and incentives schemes
Great Training & Development
Complimentary meals whilst on duty
To apply for this Chef de Partie position, then please send us your most recent up to date CV to email@example.com.
All Applicants must................
In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.
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