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Chef-De-Partie Job, St Asaph, North Wales

Wales - Denbighshire
£21000 plus holidays
Date Posted:
05 Apr 2019
Vacancy Type:
Permanent - Full time
Job Description
Chef-De-Partie Job, St Asaph, North Wales
Looking to build on your chef experience as part of a team delivering a delicious and well-presented menu? We are looking for an experienced, creative and passionate Chef-De-Partie with a passion for food and creative flair using fresh ingredients to join the team within a successful business.  
In the Chef-de-Partie job, St Asaph, North Wales you will be:
  • Preparing fresh food
  • Preparing and delivering fresh food to the highest standard of quality and consistency
  • Catering for Food service times
  • Stock control and replenishment
  • Maintaining Health and Safety, Food Hygiene Standards and all COSHH regulations
To be considered for the Chef-de-Partie Job, St Asaph, North Wales you will have:
  • Prior chef experience preparing meals from fresh ingredients
  • Previous experience preparing food to a high standard
  • To work well under pressure with the ability to multi-task
  • To be committed and reliable with good communication skills
  • An up to date Food Hygiene Certificate Level 2
This is a permanent full-time position working approx 40-45 hours per week and includes weekends, evenings and bank holidays. The salary for the role is £21,000 which is negotiable depending on skills and experience. Own transport will be helpful as the location is not on the public transport route, although accommodation is available.
This is a great opportunity for an up and coming chef who is passionate about food and developing new skills. If this sounds like the perfect role for you please apply today!
Thank you for viewing our Chef-de-Partie Job, St Asaph, North Wales. For more information about this or any of our other vacancies please contact Supertemps, the leading recruitment agency in North Wales.