Sous\Second Chef

Location
Shaldon Devon
Salary
£9.90 per hour plus tips
Posted
09 Sep 2020
Closes
07 Oct 2020
Job Type
Full Time

Help lead the team at the Ness our recently refurbished and totally stunning destination pub restaurant with rooms. Situated in a fabulous spot overlooking the estuary at Shaldon, the Ness is popular with locals and a favorite stop over for tourists making it busy all year round.

Job Specification - apply if you are:

  • A highly organised Sous or Second Chef
  • Experienced with a broad food knowledge
  • Able to work to precise specifications for cooking and presentation
  • A good leader able to inspire your kitchen team
  • A chef that enjoys the buzz of a busy service
  • Able to follow and enforce food safety and hygiene standards
  • Looking for a chef job that offers long term prospects
  • Seeking an employer that recognizes and rewards commitment and talent

As Second\Sous Chef at the Ness you can expect:

  • A sensible work life balance with 5 days working, consistent hours and excellent conditions
  • Pay of £9.90 per hour for every hour on shift
  • A share of tips
  • Incentives and rewards for outstanding performance
  • Training and career development opportunities
  • All the support you need to succeed

Previous experience as a head or second chef in a similar role and the ability to thrive in a high paced and exciting kitchen is required.  

Knowledge, skills and attributes required:

  • Previous experience in a high end branded food operation
  • Able to work to precise specifications for cooking and presentation
  • Able to inspire a team and to cope under time and volume pressure

Benefits you'll get:

  • Discounted food
  • Share of tips

Where you'll work: The Ness House A beautiful Devon inn overlooking the Teign Estuary Named after the ‘Ness’ (the rocky outcrop that towers over it) this beautiful Devon inn is a Grade II listed haunt with nine stunning bedrooms. And it’s location, on the South West Coast Path, provides stunning views over the Teign Estuary. The perfect place to rest and relax, whether basking in the sun on their beautiful terrace, popping in for some refreshments after a day at the beach (a few minutes walk away), or watching the winter storms roll in beside a roaring fire. Fun fact: originally built in 1810 as the summer home of the infamous Clifford family, who, as rumour has it, enlarged their fortune through smuggling (via the secret tunnel just behind the pub).

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