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Chef De Partie

Capel St, Dublin 1

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posted6 months ago

pound €14.00 - €16.00 Per Hour

buildingsBovinity

closed-date23 Aug 2023

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Description

We are looking for a service-focused and knowledgeable Chef De Partie to join our team at Bovinity!

Our ideal candidate will have previous experience working in a kitchen and be able to work in a fast paced environment. The focus of the role is to work directly under the sous & head chef to prepare food for cooking.

Job description:

  • Take orders from the sous chef on what food is being worked on for dinner/lunch service.
  • Assist with the preparation of ingredients, including peeling, chopping, cutting, and grating ingredients as needed.
  • Assist with the cooking of food during service.
  • Use various kitchen tools such as knives, peelers, mallets, and ovens/hobs to prepare food.
  • Keep the kitchen and work area in a clean and sanitary condition, following food safety guidelines.
  • Keep on top of orders and food prep, ensuring seamless meal delivery to the diners.
  • Ensure leftover food is properly stored and dated in the correct area.
  • Follow food hygiene and safety guidelines at all times.

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