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Chef De Partie - Northamptonshire
Additional Resources Limited
£23,000 Per Annum
8th November 2018
Job DescriptionChef De Partie - Northamptonshire
Salary - £23,000
Key words - Chef de Partie , hotel environment, large volume of covers, team player
Hotel, Conference and training centre based in Northamptonshire,
They have 4 different dining experiences from a relaxed informal atmosphere to a traditional Carvery. The restaurant is serving both an A la carte and six-course tasting menu designed to showcase the finest local and British ingredients.
This hotel is well known for hosting excellent business conferences, weddings, Christmas events etc.
In total the kitchen typically handles around a 1000 covers a day.
They offer real opportunities for career progression for the right candidate.
Under the guidance and supervision of the Senior Chef and Sous Chefs to prepare food, supervise and take part in the day to day running of the section.
Ensure that a high standard of preparations and presentation is achieved before any dish leaves the kitchen.
Make sure - check that all mis-en-place is up to date - liase with other sections regarding their mis-en-place and wastage
Check weekly function sheets and order sufficient stores.
Check kitchen beverage stock and control on a daily basis.
Oversees staff on the section, training on the job, and ensure that the section runs smoothly and efficiently.
Be constantly aware of new ideas and create new dishes.
Ideally someone who has experience in a large volume of covers environment. They are looking for a real team player as the kitchen is large and typically will have some 50 members of staff on duty at the same time. A candidate who is able to delegate and encourage staff and who makes sure that their section runs smoothly and efficiently.
Team-player, Enthusiastic and open to new ideas, punctual and takes pride in their work and appearance.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies - Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.