Chef Manager - Education
Chef Manager - Nottinghamshire - Higher Education - £36,000p/a
- Monday to Friday daytimes
- 42 working weeks per year
- Excellent pension and benefit package
- Free parking on site
Our client requires a Chef Manager to run the provision of a high end further education catering. Set up in order to help people meet their full potential, this is a great environment in which to work. They are currently seeking an experienced Chef Manager, preferably with a background in volume education catering, to take up the challenge.
Working on a Monday to Friday basis, you will be managing a team providing for over 1600 students. You will be involved in the day to day multi-outlet catering services on site and work with suitable menus that exceed expectations. Alongside this, you will ensure that all health, safety and hygiene standards are met. An experience and knowledge of dietary requirements and allergens is essential. Stock and financial control is also in your remit.
You will have experience of the provision of food to similar volume at Chef Manager level in a higher education environment, or volume business and industry contract. You will need to demonstrate a record of success and the drive and desire always increase standards of food and service. You will require up to date references, and a clean DBS check. A knowledge of modern food trends and commerciality is paramount.
Salary and Benefits:
The starting salary for this role is up to £35,000p/a.
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