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DIG Chefs-In-Training

This company is an alias of Dig Inn
Come work for us at Dig Inn! The Dig Inn Careers page currently lists our open positions ... everything is made in-house, under the guidance of our chef-operators. ... Culinary training; Health care; Commuter benefits; Flexible vacay time ...
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Grill Cook, 709 Lexington Ave
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingNew York, NY
Gain exposure to different stations within the DIG kitchen including but not limited to garde manger, grill, roast, market line, guest concierge and delivery/packout.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Sous Chef, 709 Lexington Ave
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingNew York, NY
Operate the expeditor / computer station to ensure that food presentation and order accuracy is met for all walk-in, pick-up and delivery orders.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food Service Worker, 709 Lexington Ave
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingNew York, NY
Gain exposure to different stations within the DIG kitchen including but not limited to garde manger, grill, roast, market line, guest concierge and delivery/packout.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Prep Team: Lenox Hill Restaurant
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingNew York, NY
Gain exposure to different stations within the DIG kitchen including but not limited to garde manger, grill, roast, market line, guest concierge and delivery/packout.
Last updated 30+ days ago
NoHo Restaurant Team
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingNew York, NY
Gain exposure to different stations within the DIG kitchen including but not limited to garde manger, grill, roast, market line, guest concierge and delivery/packout.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Grow Your Culinary Career: Start Training Now
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingBoston, MA
DIG is a farm-to-table food company with over 25 locations in New York and the Northeast, serving seasonal vegetables and culinary comfort food on an urban scale.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Se Necesita Cocineros Inmediato en Cocina Abierta
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingBoston, MA
Nuestros restaurantes se están expandiendo, y estamos buscando personas que quieran dar el siguiente paso en su carrera, y convertirse en un culinario multifacético.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Team Member
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingBoston, MA
DIG is a farm-to-table food company with over 25 locations in New York and the Northeast, serving seasonal vegetables and culinary comfort food on an urban scale.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Entry-Level Kitchen Positions
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingBoston, MA
Gain exposure to different stations within the DIG kitchen including but not limited to garde manger, grill, roast, market line, guest concierge and delivery/packout.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Kitchen Shift Leaders
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingManhattan, NY
Dig Inn is a farm-to-table food company with over 20 locations in New York and the Northeast, serving seasonal vegetables and culinary comfort food on an urban scale.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Boston Restaurant Position
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingBoston, MA
DIG is a farm-to-table food company with over 25 locations in New York and the Northeast, serving seasonal vegetables and culinary comfort food on an urban scale.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Rye Brook: Sous Chef
DIG Chefs-In-TrainingRye Brook, NY
Our mission is to build a better food system (one vegetable at a time) that offers a better deal to customers, cooks, and farmers alike.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
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