Chef De Partie

22 Sep 2016
20 Oct 2016
Job Type
Chefs, Chef de Partie
Job Level
JOB SUMMARY The Chef De Partie is to assist the Sous Chef in producing quality food, cost effectively DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
  • May be asked to act as #2 or 3 of the outlet / kitchen, according to performances and sense of responsibility
  • May be replacing the sous chef when absent.
  • Is responsible for a designated section of the kitchen, as per instructions from Sous chef / Chef De Cuisine
  • Ensures that all food placed under the responsibility of the CDP respects CERS standards, in terms of quality, taste, portioning, presentation and variety, as well as timing
  • Ensures that all food of the section respects at all times the hygiene standards in force in the resort
  • Inspects areas  daily and ensures that standards of cleanliness and order of areas are respected
  • CDP is personally in charge of the order, cleanliness of his section, including related refrigerators and cold rooms
  • Ensures that wastage and spoilage is controlled in the section. Immediately reports any non-conformance to sous chef
  • Must inform the sous chef or Chef de Cuisine of any HR issue in the section
  • Participates in technical training related to the outlet. May be asked to assist in producing all relevant documents related to training matters.
  • Ensures that all section team members follow kitchen P&Ps and SOPs and respect CES procedures.
  • Prepares food requisitions for the section and submits to the sous chef
  • May be asked to participate directly in activities related to fire safety, first aid, or other security-related matters
  • Ensures that HACCP standards are followed with consistency in the section
  • Records temperatures of the section according to HACCP standards
Candidate Requirements  :
  • Certificate in Kitchen Food Production
  • Minimum 2 years experience in culinary operations as Demi-Chef De Partie
  • Be fully conversant with all health and safety and hygiene procedures.
  • Expected to regularly work long hours, on evenings, on week-ends, public holidays and       during cyclonic weather