Commis Chef - Gloucester
Commis Chef Gloucester Upto 17k Plus Tips
My client is looking for an experienced Commis Chef to help push standards in their busy Hotel and restaurant close to Gloucester and Cheltenham. This stylish hotel has a busy restaurant and bar and caters for regular conferences and functions.
This is an excellent opportunity to improve on vital skills in a kitchen where you will be able to move around to work on all sections. A keen attitude and a willingness to learn more is crucial for this Commis Chef role.
This is an ideal role for someone looking for a challenge, as often you will be catering for several conferences as well as the restaurant and bar, so the ability to keep calm under pressure is essential.
This is a live out position but is within walking distance to the nearest town and transport links so applicants do not need to be a driver. It would also suit anyone living in the Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud, Cirencester, Tewkesbury and Ross-On-Wye areas with their own transport.
Basic salary upto £7.20 per hour
45 hours per week, possibly more around busy periods
Share of staff tips
Possible opportunity to complete further NVQs
28 Days holiday
If you are looking for a fresh challenge as a Commis Chef then please contact Susan Beaney quoting Reference number CSS3912
To apply for the position you must be legally able to work in the UK/EU and be able to attend a working interview within the next 7-10 days
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