Chef de Partie - London
Chef de Partie - Well and Bucket London
£9.50 per hour plus benefits
Full time / 40 hours per week upwards (very flexible)
We are looking for driven Chef de Parties to join our locals favourite the Well and Bucket.
Barworks operates 12 venues ranging from your traditional East London Boozer full of locals via busy City venues to our latest project that holds 2 restaurant, 2 bars, a coffee roastery, a deli, a record shop and a florist. We are looking to expand further and are looking for great people who share our drive and enthusiasm.
About the job
We are recruiting for both full & part time positions, and looking for people who share the same passion as us with a view to progress throughout our ever-growing company.
We offer excellent training and development opportunities at all levels, with excellent opportunities for career progression.
- Discounted fitness and health benefits, such as discounted gym membership
- Discounts on everyday expenses such as travel, shopping, restaurants
- 28 days holiday
- Free meals at work and 40% off at all 22 bars and restaurants across London
We are an award winning independent bar and pub operator, and have some of London's most notable venues within our group.
We are passionate about the food and beverage industry, outstanding customer service and friendly hospitality. Focusing on craft beer, boutique spirits and classic cocktails as well as fresh and exciting food.
We are currently expanding and opening new sites throughout London.
About The Candidate
We are looking experienced CDPs with excellent customer service and a proven track record. Ideally with at least one year of similar experience, but the right personality also goes a long way. Full training is provided.
Someone who is enthusiastic and who loves to work within a large team environment would thrive in our company.
If you care about your drink, love your food and are looking a new challenge, get in contact with us.
You must be fluent in written and spoken English
Full eligibility to work in the UK is required