Sous Chef - Beachfield Hotel, Penzance

£26,000 per annum plus tips
28 Sep 2016
26 Oct 2016
Steve Coggins
Job Type
Full Time

Sous Chef

Salary: Up to £26,000 per annum plus Tips

Location: Beachfield Hotel, Penzance

Sous Chef required for this superb Coastal Hotel and Restaurant that has built a fantastic reputation for using all fresh, local seasonal ingredients including lots of fish and shellfish coming in from the day boat fishermen.

The Hotel is part of a small group that strongly believes in training its staff well giving everyone free access to a variety of training courses if they wish to further develop themselves as a chef and their management skills

As Sous Chef would also be expected to assist with menu development, help train the juniors and run the kitchen in the absence of the Head Chef.

There is no live in for this position (they may be able to assist short term) but this would best suit somebody living in the Penzance, Mousehole, Treen, Sennen Cove, Hayle, Newlyn, Newbridge or St Ives area with their own transport


  • Basic salary upto £26,000 (depending upon experience)
  • Equal Share of Staff Tips
  • Company Perks Package including:
  • Bupa Healthcare
  • Pension
  • Training Courses (variety of courses paid for to help career development)
  • 28 Days holiday

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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