Catering Division Cardiff is looking for Managers for a beautiful Wedding Venue: Assistant C&B Manager / Deputy Manager / Operations Manager - Boutique luxury hotel:
The Benefits... • Parking & meals at site • Independent Employer • Flexible shifts to business requirements • Outstanding location & award winning restaurant • Real family feel for a busy work place
The Person Specification…. The ideal Manager would come from a strong Catering management background, essential quality Customer Service experience, preferably Hotels. The ability to multi task, and have a high time management skill and outstanding communications skills is no:1 on my clients specifications. Full employment history in a Wedding environment.
Own transport is essential for this position as public transport is not available.
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Catering Division are looking for a Head Waiter - full time position for a Fine Dine Restaurant in Abergavenny. Benefits… • Permanent position • Gratuities & Bonus structure • Salary to reflect level of experience. • Idyllic country location • Accredited & Award winning Restaurant • Private Owners not Corporate
If you are looking for a full time position, with a lovely employer, and be proud to work for this award winning establishment, please contact us for an informal conversation.
We would also very much like to meet you face to face before being introduced to this employer, and your right to work documents will be required.
Full Time - Chef De Partie - Cardiff City Centre Hotel
The Job Role..... As a Chef De Partie or Demi CDP you will be reporting to the Sous Chef assisting the brigade in the smooth running of daily operations.preparation of high quality food ensuring the highest standards are met at all times, in line with company regulations. Being a team player with a flexible nature to be able to assist colleagues and training chefs.
You will gain great experience as a Chef De Partie in all function areas of a busy Hotel with banqueting and fine dine restaurant service.
Your Responsibilities as a Chef De Partie.... Striving towards quality & consistency in a busy environment Maintain Health & Hygiene standards as company regulations dictate Flexible, work in a team and be able to work on various sections within the kitchen. Adaptable to a changing environment and be able to react with speed whilst maintaining standards, with a cool demeanour.
The ideal Chef De Partie.... Minimum 2yrs in a Hotel environment - previous experience in a similar role, Flexible approach as there will be a requirement to work on a shift basis, including evenings & weekends. Ability to work under pressure whilst maintaining a positive can do attitude. Passionate about the industry, with good knowledge of the Hotel industry. Creative flair with a passion for progression to go from Chef De Partie to Sous Chef. Ultimately team player, with a reliable and caring attitude. Intermediate Food Hygiene Certificate
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I am looking for a reliable breakfast chef to cover a temporary assignment for the duration of approx 6 weeks. Start date - immediately
Hours : 6am - 1pm Seven Days a week..
Hotel just outside Cardiff - multiple food outlets and banqueting operations looking for a talented Breakfast Chef.
The Person: Ideally you have worked as a breakfast chef is a similar environment - and because of the early starts , driving is essential as public transport is limited in the early hours.
Key responsibilities: Preparing and cooking breakfast Sometimes manning the breakfast buffet Ordering stock for the kitchen Stocktaking In some kitchens you'll assist with room service orders and help in the main kitchen when needed.
What sort of hours will I work?
You'll need to be an early bird as most kitchens will expect you at your stove and flipping eggs by 6am. That said, even if you're helping with prep for the main kitchen, you should be wrapped up by 3pm. You'll probably work a five-day rota, which means working some weekends.
What's the best bit about being a breakfast chef?
You work a daytime shift, with the afternoons and evenings free. It's also a nifty way of getting a job with a blue-chip hotel that can provide training and long-term career development.