Chef De Parie
|£25,500 per annum + benefits - Permanent Position|
Rare and exciting opportunity for a Chef De Partie to work within an established team at this world-famous School. Set in breath-taking surroundings, this is a truly once in a lifetime opportunity for a Chef De Partie to join, grow whilst embracing change and be part of the team who delivers an outstanding and first-class experience to everyone who dines at this prestigious school.
To prepare and cook an array of dishes to a high standard as required by the school including out of term events such as conferences, weddings and school banquets.
To be present during various service periods monitoring food levels and co-ordinating with the kitchen team.
To work collectively with other members of the kitchen team, taking responsibility for food production and ensuring the kitchen meet demand in the absence of the Head Chef or Sous Chefs.
To ensure that all aspects of the Food Safety Act are met and report any concerns to the Executive Chef/Head Chef.
To liaise with, and work alongside, members of the Food Service Team.
To ensure the Food Service Team are aware of food allergens at the various service times.
To maintain the required standards of personal hygiene and tidiness within the kitchen areas. To place food orders as required.
To ensure, when necessary, that all products are checked on delivery and stored in the appropriate areas.
To use the Schools electronic database to gain information regarding School events, and producing food as required for the various events.
To adhere to Health & Safety legislation, reporting incidents to the Head Chef.
To maintain departmental standards of tidiness and cleanliness.
To offer guidance and training to junior members of the kitchen brigade.
To work as a team player to ensure all departmental requirements are met in full.
Successful Candidates will have:
Formal Catering qualification C&G 706 1 /2 or NVQ 1 /2
NVQ 3 in Catering Specialist Skills & Experience
Minimum three years practical kitchen experience in food service
Able to work shift patterns/ flexibility
Volume catering experience
Level 2 Food Hygiene Certificate
Food Allergan Certificate
Experience in Schools or a similar large catering environment
The attitude of a team player with energy and enthusiasm
A positive can do attitude
Hours of Work - An average of 40 hours per week, 52 weeks per year. Working a shift pattern with alternate weekends off. An example of the shift patterns are as follows: Early Shift: 6.00am - 2.00pm Late Shift: 11.30am - 7.30pm Split Shift: 6.00am - 2.00pm / 4.00pm - 7.30pm (limited shift) A degree of flexibility with working hours will be required at busy times. The rota pattern will be discussed at interview.