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Chef De Partie, Windsor, The Ivy Group

Published 2022-06-27
Expires 2022-07-27
ID #1062414973
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Chef De Partie, Windsor, The Ivy Group
United Kingdom, Berkshire, Windsor,
Published June 27, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Chef de partie


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Lookingfor a role that rewards attention to detail and a cool head, while helping youto grow with the business?You've just found it. We'll give you anindustry-leading pay package, flexible hours to suityour lifestyle, and in-role support from our Area Chefs toensure your wellbeing. As Pastry Chef, you'll also get incredible opportunity for career progressionand the training to make sure you succeed, plus access to animpressive array of benefits.• ur Pastry Chefs will enjoy these benefits• Freefood and drinks when working from our restaurant menus• Discounts for all employees and upto three friends when dining in a hand-picked selection of our restaurants• Book your birthday off- guaranteed• An additional day's holiday everyyear for the first five years• The Hub, ourone-stop online platform, keeps you up-to-date with information, newsand online courses• We reward Refer a Friend - if you successfully refer someone you can earn a reward of up to two thousand pounds• Regular social activities organisedthrough our social committee• On every anniversary we celebrate bygiving you a gift• Extra discounts for all our team ongym memberships, Shopping, Mobile phones, travel and much more...At The Ivy Collection, we invest in our Pastry Chefs, developing the role to ensure youget the best out of it and we get the best out of you. Working as part of adiverse, inclusive and supportive team, you'll run a designated section,ensuring each dish is executed with precision and presented to The Ivy'sstandard in a fast-paced, high-volume kitchen.No experience as a Pastry Chef? No problem. Ourdevelopment programme will provide you with all the skills you need to become achef within six months.We want you to share in that.We're committed to thewellbeing of our entire team and offer structured employment paths and trainingat every level to ensure your confidence, and your career, grows with thecollection every step of the way.Find out about our fast-trackrecruitment, applying couldn't be easier.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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