Chef tournant

Occupation/trade:

Sector:
Sales and service occupations
Occupation:
Chefs
 
Consult the National Occupational Classification for descriptions of these occupations
Number of vacancies of this type:
3

Description

We are looking for a motivated and career-minded Chef Tournant. The Chef Tournant operates as a direct link between the Executive/Head Chef, the Sous Chef, and his or her assigned areas. This position is responsible for ensuring that communications, standards, direction, and expectations are communicated to kitchen staff, and executed without error. The Chef Tournant operates in compliance with all health and safety regulations by ensuring adherence to sanitary and safe food handling guidelines at all times. The incumbent is responsible for assisting and replacing line cooks working within his/her area, and is expected to be competent at every station in the kitchen. The Chef Tournant must be prepared to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure work environment, while maintaining the organizational ability to identify and act on job duties quickly and effectively. The incumbent must be prepared to work as a team member in a dynamic workplace, and follow all safety procedures.

Training:

Training / Diplomas:
Professional formation
This training or diploma is
preferable

Linguistic skills:

French Level:
Fluent
French language is
preferable
English Level:
Fluent
English language is
preferable

Professional experience:

Area of professional experience:
Number of years of professional experience requiried:
min. 1
max. 
This professional experience and its duration are
preferable

Contract

Contract type:
Open-end contract

Salary

These salary informations are confidential

Work benefits and bonuses:

Accommodation provided:
no
Travel expenses to job covered:
no
Moving expenses covered:
no

Additional information (visa info, unusual work hours, etc...) :

Travail le week end et en soirée.

Place of work:

Ontario, Ottawa, Kingston

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