Line Chef - Greyhound, Alfreton, Greyhound (90357)

Published 2022-07-03
Expires 2022-08-03
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Line Chef - Greyhound, Alfreton, Greyhound (90357)
United Kingdom, Derbyshire, Alfreton,
Published July 3, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Line chef - greyhound

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Job Description Up to £12 per hour
The Greyhound is converting to our premium ‘Signature’ brand and we are recruiting for a Line Chef to join our fantastic team!
What is Signature?
Proper, authentic pub food is what we do.  Think delicious plates of comforting favourites, with delightfully modern twists.  Our guests are always made to feel welcome , whether having a beer and nibbles in the bar, or enjoying a leisurely meal in the dining area. Meats roasted low, perfectly paired with seasonal veg are at the heart of our ‘Slow Sundays,’ which celebrates the flavours, family and friends with that long-standing tradition, the Sunday Roast.
An anthology of  crafted cask ales  adorn the bar, juggling with expertly distilled  gins , velvety  reds , crisp  whites  and soft  pinks. Our teams are  experts  – from the perfect Pornstar Martini to an informed recommendation on the Cask Ale range.
Line Chef
Marston’s is one of the UK’s largest and most beloved pub chains and today, we operate more than 1,400 pubs, bars and hotels.
Now, we’re on the lookout for an organised and enthusiastic Line Chef to join our busy kitchen team.
Have you got what it takes?
Proactive and positive, you’ll be at home in the hustle and bustle of a busy kitchen. Whether you’re prepping for the next service, or plating up delicious food, everything you do will keep our customers coming back for more. Want to climb the culinary ladder? We’ll support you to complete your Chefs Professional Development training and work towards a Head Chef role.
As a Line Chef you’ll:
Be passionate about food
Learn about the kitchen areas
Keep all areas of the kitchen clean and free of clutter
Play an important part in a well-oiled, close-knit team
Receive formal training
Are we right for you?
From cosy locals to bustling pub-restaurants, our destination businesses serve up an award-winning selection of pub classics and innovative new dishes. What’s more, our impressive drinks portfolio combines well-known brands, like Estrella and Hobgoblin, with outstanding craft ales and beers. Add a dash of our unique Marston’s atmosphere and we have the ingredients to make every visit a fantastic experience for our customers. The same goes for our people and as one of our Line Chefs you’ll find a premium blend of challenge, security and career progression.
What you get
At Marston’s we’re one big family. We put our people first, which is why we offer real benefits including:
Reliable hours contract
Flexible and part time hours
Access to pension scheme
Childcare support
Award winning training and development

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    Greyhound (90357)
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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