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Chef de Partie

Chef de Partie - Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire

Salary: £23,000 per annum

The Company

Our client is the only 4 star, 3 rosette hotel in Loch Ness.

This award winning eco-conscious hotel is a beautiful Victorian building located in the loch-side village of Fort Augustus, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.

It offers excellent accommodation and unforgettable Loch Ness views.



The Role

Join this dynamic team and help produce some incredible dishes to wow our client's 60,000+ Instagram followers

Role Responsibilities:

? Contribute to the smooth & efficient running of the kitchen by applying skills & attributes to all areas that require your involvement
? Contribute to ensuring the highest level of hygiene over and above statutory requirements
? Contribute to a productive and motivated brigade
? Uphold a high standard of food production whether breakfast, lunch or dinner
? Ensure that all customers receive the highest level of attention, service & care


Essential Skills & Requirements:

? Previous experience preferred at 2 rosette star level


Hours include straight or split shifts, usually 5 day week, hours per week subject to business; Summer months busier than Winter months

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