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Sous chef–FreshFoodRestaurant–Chichester–From £24k

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    Full-time Condensed

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    £24000 - £30000 per annum, Benefits: Tronc , overtime, meals on duty

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    8 months ago

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Sous chef–Fresh Food Restaurant–Chichester – From £24,000

Role Overview: 

Chef de Partie needed for a Fresh Food Restaurant located in the Chichester area, the venue focuses on classic French food and on dishes inspired by regions like North Africa, Asia and even the Americas – all  cooked to a high standard .

They are currently recruiting for a talented sous chef to join their friendly team. As a chef you will work 5 days on/2 days off - 48hrs per week . There is overtime available which is paid additionally to your basic salary of £24,000 plus Tronc.

Main Duties and Responsibilities of the Sous chef (Chichester):  

  • To ensure the food preparation and presentation meets the required standards
  • To supervise and motivate the team to achieve the set objectives
  • To comply with hotel’s health and safety and food safety legislations
  • To keep all working areas clean and tidy
  • To monitor portion control, fresh food and dry store orders


What You Need To Be a Successful Sous chef (Chichester):  

  • Experience as a chef in a fresh food establishment
  • Willingness to learn and progress
  • Great communication skills and ability to work well within a team
  • A great team member who can take this operation forward
  • Good attitude and willing to work (more important than experience, training is available)

The Reward (Chichester):  

  • Salary of up to £30,000
  • Excellent career progression opportunities

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