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Chef De Partie - School - Bristol - Term Time Only

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    Term-time Only

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    Mark Purton

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    6 months ago

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Chef De Partie - High Volume School Kitchen - Bristol

My client is looking to take on a chef de partie to join their team at a school in Bristol.  This is a high volume site serving over 700 pupils, teachers and support staff daily.
  • The Role: Chef de partie
  • The Salary: £20,000p.a.
  • The Shifts: 7am to 3:30pm
  • The Days: Monday to Friday
  • Overtime: Some event work on evenings and weekends will be require but will be paid extra for this.
  • The Holidays: All holidays to be taken during school holidays.  You will work 36 weeks of the year and have 16 weeks off
Specific Responsibilities:
  • To plan, prepare and cook menu items as directed by the Sous / Head Chef.
  • To assist in the development and planning of menus, including future food trends, and to be passionate about developing new styles of service and concepts in the location.
  • To assist with stock taking when required.
  • To carry out the smooth and efficient running of your section as appropriate.
  • Help to serve meals during the lunch service to the pupils.
  • To ensure that customers are given a prompt and efficient service and expectations are consistently exceeded.
  • To be customer focused at all times, approachable and quick to exceed expectations in fulfilling customer needs.
  • To be a team player, assisting other team members when necessary.
  • To treat members of the team at location as you would expect to be treated.
  • To demonstrate and instruct Commis Chefs in food preparation and cooking skills as directed by the Sous / Head Chef
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