Seasonal Chef de Partie – Mull

at Juice Hospitality
Location Isle of Mull, Argyllshire, Scotland
Date Posted February 13, 2018
Category Chef de Partie
Job Type Seasonal
Area Scotland
County Argyllshire


Seasonal Chef de Partie - Salary dependant upon experience

Love fresh food? Love working with a team of very accomplished chefs?

We are looking for someone who is passionate about food, organised, can work at speed to keep up with the fast paced nature of this natural kitchen, as well as a desire to learn as the potential for career development is huge. Your knowledge of modern European food should be of a good standard and you should be of a high standard in HACCP and food hygiene.

Ideally we are looking for a Chef de Partie with at least 1 year?s experience in their section but if you are a strong commis who wants to progress quickly we'd also like to hear from you. Our client is known for the quality and standard of food we can produce in house under the careful eye of Head Chef. They have various speciality dinners throughout the year with our chefs designing the menu

The successful candidate will

• Have previous experience in a Commis Chef/Chef De Partie/Sous role, preferably within an environment that is proud to use fresh ingredients
• Fully understand how the role contributes to the success of the restaurant.
• Maintain a good level of understanding of the restaurant and hospitality industry.
• Build effective and constructive relationships.
• Communicate clearly, professionally and concisely.
• Work collaboratively with others in pursuit of team goals.

Our client delivers 4 star quality, has an AA Rosette Fresh Modern Scottish bistro is currently looking to recruit an experienced Chef for the 2018 season. They have a modern kitchen and this is a fantastic opportunity to join an expanding family hotel in a beautiful location.

A generous salary plus bonus is on offer and will be dependent upon experience Accommodation can be available

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.