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DIG Chefs - in - TrainingNew York, NY
  • The next generation of chefs are evolving in DIG restaurants.
  • Our scratch based kitchens are built around people with a true passion for real good food.
  • We teach individuals who are excited to share their enthusiasm for food and transform them into skilled chefs.
  • You will advance and gain the ability to work with food, develop leadership skills, and stay sharp in our fast-pace culinary environment.
  • If you are seeking a community where education, purpose, and taste matter, we encourage you to join our fa(r)m.
  • Prep, mix, and cook vegetables, proteins, grains etc using recipes as a guide and taste buds for validation.
  • 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.
  • Speak to current menu offerings, seasonality, and ingredients with guests - making their day as you provide them with a delicious scratch-made meal (aka: marketbowl).
  • Work to support the team during peak and off peak service, by pitching in wherever and whenever necessary.
  • Multi-task and move in the kitchen for extended periods of time.
  • These physical requirements may be accomplished with or without reasonable accommodations.
  • Help to maintain the "A" lettergrade by following Department of Health and DIG food safety standards.
  • Demonstrate professional maturity and strictly uphold DIG's anti-discrimination & anti-harassment policies.
  • Go home feeling fulfilled knowing you are a part of a bigger mission to rebuild the food system.
  • A passion for real, good food and a desire to learn culinary practices and skills.
  • The ability to demonstrate and execute a strong work ethic.
  • The ability to perform physical requirements of the position (frequently lifting up to 25 pounds, occasionally lifting up to 50 pounds).
  • The ability to perform other physical requirements such as seeing, hearing, speaking, reaching, bending, and moving intermittently during working hours.
  • A team-oriented focus.
  • You have a deep appreciation for the people you work with and help to support the restaurant's success.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • A desire to create exceptional employee & guest experiences.
  • An eye for detail and solving challenges.
  • A desire for growth in our brigade.
  • Complimentary DIG lunch everyday
  • Opportunities for GROWTH
  • At Dig Food Group, we're building a better food system for everyone by sourcing, cooking and serving delicious food everyday.
  • Nine years in, we've grown to more than 30 fast-casual Dig restaurants, opened our first full-service restaurant, 232 Bleecker, partnered with 130 farms including our own Dig Acres, and taught thousands of people how to cook (really cook) in our kitchens.
  • To do this, we've built direct and real relationships with farmers.
  • We don't just name check them on our menus
  • we're true partners in their businesses.
  • We focus on farmers who are independent, first-timers, women, immigrants, LGBTQ and people of color.
  • These relationships allow us to get the best ingredients all year round and change our menu based on what is growing in the fields.
  • Each restaurant is run by a chef and all our food is cooked on site.
  • There are no microwaves, can openers or freezers, just an entire culinary team at every location, cooking vegetables all day.
  • This requires training a whole generation of chefs and cooks from the ground up, including many who have never worked in a restaurant before.
  • Knife skills are life skills.
  • We're not here to disrupt anything or become a platform.
  • We run our business on good food and great people.
  • From sourcing to serving, our mission is to create a better food system for everyone.
  • That means a world where farmers can make a living growing food, anyone can learn to cook, and we can all eat well, together.
  • DIG believes in the power of a shared table to bring people together as we are committed to building a culturally inclusive team.
  • Diverse candidates encouraged to apply
  • The duties of this position may change from time to time.
  • DIG reserves the right to add or delete duties and responsibilities at the discretion of Dig or its managers.
  • This job description is intended to describe the general level of work being performed.
  • It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
  • DIG is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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