Sous Chef/ Chef De Partie Apply In Donnybrook

Published 2020-02-11
Expires 2020-03-11
ID #99120807
Sous Chef/ Chef De Partie Apply In Donnybrook
Ireland, Cork, Donnybrook,
Published February 11, 2020

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Sous chef/ chef de partie

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for the positions of “Sous Chef” and “Chef de Partie”

Elm Park Golf & Sports Club, established in 1925, is a high profile golf, tennis and social club based in Dublin 4. We are seeking an exceptional candidate with a strong work ethic to join our team.

About the Role:

To assist the Head Chef manage the daily operation of the catering function within Elm Park Golf & Sports club in a manner which will ensure the cost effective and efficient provision of a quality service on a regular and consistent basis in accordance with Club policy guidelines.


Previous experience in a similar position

Working knowledge of HACCP and HACCP requirements 

Demonstrate excellent command of the English language both written and verbal 

Demonstrate the ability to plan and deliver exciting and creative dishes on a consistent basis

Demonstrate flexibility and the ability to work as part of a team

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    Elm Park Golf And Sports Club
    Private person
    Registered on 7. Oct 2017
    Contact employer No phone nuxxxx

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    Private person
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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