Chef AssistantSeabrook Island ClubCharleston, SCEnsures that all food production workers are performing their duties as prescribed by the quality standards established by the Executive Chef. SousChef assumes all duties of the Executive Chef in the Executive Chef's and/or Executive Sous Chef's absence. Full-timeBanquet Sous ChefWidewaters Hotels, LLCRochester, NYThe Banquet SousChef will work closely with the Executive SousChef and Catering Manager in maintaining control for cost and quality. The Banquet SousChef assists the Executive SousChef in managing the catering kitchen.
The Sous Chef has to be a problem solver, ready to come up with on the spot solutions for problems that may occur in the kitchen.
For a Line Cook, Sous Chef, or even Executive Chef wanting to be part of a company you can truly be proud of and grow with, this is the place for you.
PT Food Lion to Go AssociateFood LionElizabeth City, NCAssociated topics: culinary school, deli chef, executive chef, kitchen, pantry, prep chef, salad chef, service, souschef, team lead. Associated topics: culinary school, deli chef, executive chef, kitchen, pantry, prep chef, salad chef, service, sous chef, team lead. Full-timeCook III (Banquet Cook)TPC NetworkDuluth, GAAssist Executive Chef, SousChef in supervising activities delegated to Cooks and ware washers. Ensure that other kitchen staff fulfill and complete their respective job functions in absence of Executive Chef or SousChef.Pastry CookLegends HospitalityFrisco, TXThe Pastry sousChef must act as a Manager, team leader and motivator for the Pasty Department working closely with and maintaining good relation with all culinary team members and other departments. Full-timeSous ChefHyatt Hotels CorporationSnowmass Village, COIn some instances the SousChef will be expected to be responsible for the entire operation in the absence of the Executive SousChef and/or Executive Chef. The ideal SousChef will accomplish their tasks by monitoring the daily functions of the culinary department, including providing support and guidance to the culinary team, ending in a positive guest experience. Full-time
When a student applies for their first job or for their next academic degree, they don’t have much experience to showcase their skills and personal qualities. Hiring managers and admissions officers, therefore, often look at recommendation letters as a way to go beyond the student’s GPA and learn more about the student’s skills and personal qualities.
Villas Master CookHard Rock InternationalLas Vegas, NVFollow methods of food preparation, cooking, portion size, mixing of sauces and garnishing of foods to ensure food is prepared in an approved manner as prescribed by the Chef, Executive SousChef and SousChef.Pastry Sous ChefThe Bazaar by Jos Andr SWashington, DCPastry Sous ChefThe Pastry SousChef will lead and manage all restaurant operations following the leadership of the Executive Pastry Chef to offer a world-class culinary experience, ensure concept vision and TFG standards are executed consistently.Production Cook - the Commissary Market EateryDickie Brennan & CompanyNew Orleans, LAReport any equipment failure, damage, hazardous conditions, or injury to the chef, souschef, or kitchen manager immediately to ensure safety. Constant communication with all other team members and management, including calling back all orders to the chef, souschef, or kitchen manager to achieve accuracy and clarity of orders placed. $12 - $16 an hour Full-timeCook - Beach Club - SeasonalPinehurstPinehurst, NCCarry out duties and responsibilities of job as deemed necessary by Resort Executive Chef, Managing Chef or SousChef on duty, & as changes occur in work environment and/or workload. Temporary
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Line CookAdvanced Recovery Systems, LLCGroveport, OHCook, Chef, Food Services, Kitchen, Grill, Caterer, SousChef, Fry Cook, Production Cook, Prep Cook, Station Cook. Related Job Titles: Cook, Food Services, Kitchen, Grill, Caterer, SousChef, Fry Cook. Full-timeSous ChefAegNew York, NYProvides efficient service and quality products by maintaining positive customer and client relations through effective communication and prudent financial practices Works under the direction of the Executive Chef and Executive SousChef concerning banquets QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, the candidate must be able to perform each essential duty above at the highest levels.Executive Sous Chef (April Start)Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette SquareWashington, DCResponsible for the following direct reports: Pastry SousChef, Receiving Clerk and Culinary/Stewarding staff. As Executive SousChef, your expertise in recipe development elevates our menus while your leadership inspires and fosters our Culinary talent.Restaurant GM, Chef, AGM, Dist. Mgr, Sous Chef - FOH+ BOH OpeningsGecko HospitalityYakima, WARestaurant General Manager, Executive Chef, SousChef, Bar Manager. Restaurant General Manager, Chef, AGM, Dist. Mgr., SousChef - FOH + BOH Restaurant Managers. $75,000
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Cook IILansdowne ResortLeesburg, VAThe Cook II assists the Cook 1 / Junior SousChef and SousChef in heavy production and fabrication of food products for kitchen preparation, cafeteria, banquet cooking, dining room, and fine dining.
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