Chef de Partie-4 Days on 3 Days Off- New Live In

  • Location: West Midlands
  • Position: Chef de Partie
  • Contract: Full Time
  • Salary: £18,500 – £21,500 Great company perks
  • Job Number: MHPU 5636

A Chef de Partie is required for a permanent contract working within a highly established multi outlet operation near Birmingham. My client is looking for a Chef de Partie who has a good background in high volume whether it be in hotels or restaurants. The Exec Chef of this property is looking for a Chef de Partie to join the brigade with the NEW FORMAT of 4 days on 3 days off. This is written into your contract its not a lie. The Exec Chef is aware that his chefs need a work life balance and it is happening.

As a Chef de Partie you will work 4 days and then have 3 days off. You will be paid a salary of £19,500 for 4 days work and then any extra hours you will be paid £9 per hour which is a handsome offering.

There is also brand new live in available for chefs – an old cottage on site has had an £80,000 refurb where you have your own room, shared bathroom, kitchen and living room for maximum of 3 people.

This role is ideal for any chefs who have worked in any branded restaurants or hotels. Loads of support we are talking a professional brigade consisting of an Executive Head Chef, 2 Head Chefs, 2 Sous Chefs and 2 Junior Sous Chefs. So you can see the chance of progression and development here.

This role is ideal for candidates who live in Birmingham, Coventry, Tamworth, Lichfield and Nuneaton

Here are the highlights:

£19,500 – £25,500

Brand New Live In

Straight shifts

Free Staff Meals

Top of the range kitchen equipment

Free stays at other hotels in the group

Amazing career progression

The client is actively reviewing applicant details, so please apply today. Matthew Hiscox is the Consultant handling this opening and welcomes a discussion on 0121 236 4993 regarding this position and similar rewarding openings.

“Jubilee Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this Permanent vacancy”