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Demi Chef De Partie "Indian Food" - Crowne Plaza Muscat

Muscat

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Recruiter
Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts - Middle East & Africa
Posted
16/10/2016
Ref
MUS000957
Location
Muscat
Job Type
Chefs
Sector
Hotel
Job Level
Non-Management
 

Do you see yourself as a  Enter JOB ROLE at Crowne Plaza Muscat?


 


What's your passion? at IHG we're interested in YOU. At IHG we employ people who apply the same amount of care and  passion to their jobs as they do their hobbies - people who put our guests at the heart of everything they do. And we're looking for more people like this to join our friendly and professional team.


Key Responsibilities: 


 


Support the Chef de Partie or
Sous Chef in the daily operation and work 

•Work according to the menu specifications by the Chef de Partie 
•Keep work area at all times in hygienic conditions according to the rules set
by the hotel 
•Control food stock and food cost in his section 
•Prepare the daily mis-en-place and food production in different sections of
the main kitchen or satellites 
•Instruct and lead subordinates through their daily requirements in food
preparation and actively take part in set up of buffets and special
functions 
•Coordinate and participate with other sections of requirements, cleanliness,
wastage and cost control

 •Ensure the highest standards and consistent
quality in the daily preparation and keep up to date with the new products,
recipes and preparation techniques 




Qualifications and Technical skills:
 

In addition to the requirements stated on the job description also include the below if applicable.
 
You should have a professional
kitchen apprenticeship or chefs training course and previous experiences in
five star hotels along with good culinary skills. The ability to communicate
well in English and a proven track of food preparation, presentation and
preservation knowledge is an essential. 
 
So what's your passion? Please get in touch and tell us how you could bring your individual skills to IHG.



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