|Location||Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England|
|Date Posted||December 6, 2018|
|Category|| Breakfast Chef |
|Job Type|| Full-time |
BREAKFAST CHEF ADVERT
DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY!!!!!
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Breakfast Cook to join our friendly team. Based at the beautiful 5* Ellenborough Park Hotel and working as part of the Kitchen department.
You will be an early riser, reliable, organised and a calm, competent Cook who is experienced in cooking breakfast for a large number of guests.
You will be responsible for delivering a high quality breakfast each morning.
A typical working week will be 5 days out of 7 from 6.00-2.00pm and be responsible for preparing the breakfast for the next day.
All successful applicants will receive a £500 retention bonus upon completion of a three month probation period
If you love cooking great food and are looking for your next Chef job with plenty of career development then this could be just the right move for you! As a Chef with us you will be a valued part of a tight-knit team that loves the buzz of working under pressure in a well-known and much-loved business!
We are looking for a confident communicator with a passion for hospitality and a keen eye for detail. Candidates must be self-motivated and a good team player.
• Amazing discounts on food, drink and accommodation throughout the group
• Excellent rates for friends and family
• Long Service Awards
• Employee of the Month Awards
• Annual Social Events
• Meals on Duty
• Free Parking
Caught between the Cotswold?s highest point and the lush green gallops of Cheltenham?s world-famous racecourse, our luxury 5* hotel in the Cotswolds is steeped in history and offers 90 acres of rustic countryside.
For the opportunity to be part of an outstanding team, passionate about guest experiences please apply attaching a copy of your CV and confirming which position you would like to be considered for.
Ellenborough Park cannot offer any Live-In accommodation and In line with the requirements of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. As part of the recruitment process, you will be asked to provide documented evidence of eligibility.