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Sous Chef – Hotel - Isle of Wight-Up To £35k +Tips

  • Location

    Isle of Wight

  • Sector:

    Contact Centers

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  • Salary:

    £35000 - £40000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Blue Arrow Perms

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  • Published:

    10 months ago

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Senior Sous Chef – Hotel – Isle of Wight - Up To £35k - £40k+ Tips  

Role Overview:

Our client is a fabulous 4* hotel awarded with Rosettes situated on the Isle of Wight. This hotel’s restaurant serves a selection of dishes to a high standard, from locally sourced produce. They are currently recruiting for a Senior Sous Chef to assist in leading their brigade of 12. As a Senior Sous Chef you will work a minimum of 40 hrs a week but may be more depending on business needs. 5 out of 7 days per week on various shift pattern. Live in is available temporary until you source your own in the area.


Main Duties and Responsibilities as a Senior Sous Chef
  • To ensure food preparation and control meets requirements in respect to the set standards
  • To support Head Chef in maintaining, ordering and controlling food stocks within a budget
  • To be responsible for maintaining up to date product and menu knowledge
  • To maintain a high standard of food preparation and presentation, ensuring portion and quality control
  • To comply with health and safety and food safety legislations

What You Need To Be a Successful Senior Sous Chef
  • Previous Sous chef experience in a 2AA Rosette Kitchen
  • Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast paced environment
  • Qualifications required but not essential

The Reward/Benefits – Senior Sous Chef
  • Salary of up to £35k - £45k per annum + Tips
  • Live in onsite temporary
  • Excellent career progression opportunities
  • Permanent Role

How to Apply:

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