Job Reference

ST415

Job Title

Chef De Partie

Description

We are delighted to be working alongside a 2AA rosette stunning 4* Luxury hotel in Windermere seeking an Eager Chef De Partie to join this upcoming passionate brigade.

The property has 30 bedrooms, on average caters for 20 exclusive weddings a year and is only open for service through afternoon tea and dinner service, the kitchen is well equipped and recently under the direction of a new head chef actively seeking further accolades.

The team is composed of 8 chefs and kitchen porters, working a 45-hour week based on variety of shifts. 

The restaurant does 40-50 covers on an average evening, to a high 2 rosette standard but with this newly appointed head chef from a 3AA Rosette background he is really aiming to push the property to further success. 

There is the potential of accommodation for the right candidate simple down to the location of this property, the salary on offer is £21,000 per annum depending on experience with Tips & paid overtime after the set contracted hours.

Candidate Role

  • Assist the head Chef & Sous Chef in the running of the kitchen
  • Assume control of any designated section
  • Train, nurture and develop the existing junior members of the brigade
  • Assist with rotas, scheduling, purchasing and stock management
  • Adopt, monitor and maintain the kitchens’ food safety and hygiene protocols
  • Work closely with the senior team to maintain standards and benefit your career
  • Ensure a professionally kept section always

 

Candidate Specification

  • CDP experience preferred, although a strong demi would be considered
  • All fresh food background is a must
  • Ideally from an awarded hotel background
  • Must be driven to succeed as a chef
  • Have excellent time keeping and personal skills
  • Be professional and approachable always

The Employer

  • 30 Bedroom
  • 2AA Rosette restaurant
  • Lakeside location
  • Newly Appointed Award-Winning Head Chef
  • Paid Overtime
  • Good Salary + Tips

Extra Information

In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process

 

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