Job Type : Permanent, Full Time
Salary : £29000 – £35000/annum
Head Chef – Salary £29,000 to £35,000
You will join our small team, led by the Group Executive Chef and based at the Mansion in Leeds.
You will be responsible for the delivery of consistently high-quality food to Weddings & Events at this and other landmark venues, from Rise Hall in East Yorkshire, Howsham Hall in North Yorkshire, Sefton Park Palm House in Liverpool and external events, including Marquee weddings and events in client’s homes and offices.
This position requires a full UK driving license and the confidence to prepare, pack, load and drive to an event.
Your experience and ability to influence both the quality of food and the bottom line will be reflected in the salary offered.
Key requirements include:
·Experience of using a hands-on approach to lead a team in a highly professional, positive and inspiring manner
·Head Chef or Senior Sous Chef level experience with a UK leading Conference & Banqueting operation or high quality Event Catering company
·A passion for excellence in the creation and service of beautiful food and the ability to innovate on menu development
·Ability to run a highly efficient kitchen and drive your team to deliver outstanding food to the highest standards of presentation
·Planning, organizing and prioritizing the preparation and service of food to agreed working schedules and timescales.
This is a role with plenty of opportunity to not only make your mark on an individual aspect of the business but also has the scope to develop your career further depending on your own ambition and performance.
If you’ve the passion, energy and skill we are looking for then please send your CV with an email letter explaining why this job should be yours.
Dine is committed to equality of opportunity in its recruitment and selection process to help achieve and maintain a diverse workforce. The criteria used for selecting the right candidate are based solely on merit and the ability to do the job
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