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Cold Larder Chef/chef De Partie

Payment: Paid Position ($35,000-$45,000 PA- NEG)
Location: Ponsonby , Auckland
Region: Auckland
Experience: Experience Necessary
Contact: 022 010 2377
Listing Added: 12/01/2018

Farina Restaurant has been based in the heart of Ponsonby for 5 years and headed by Head Chef and Owner Sergio Maglione. We are looking for a Cold Larder Chef/Chef De Partie  to join our closely-knit team to  join us on a long term basis . Rostered shifts and flexible hours, availability to work weekends and Sundays a must. Ongoing training will be provided.

Start Date -Immediate Start for the right canditate

- Experience in a professional kitchen

- Familiar with Italian Cuisine 

- Minimum of 1 -2 years experience in a Reastaurant Kitchen is required - References Required

- Email CV and an interview will be arranged

- Outgoing friendly personality

- Good communication skills - English 

- Ability to work hard & under pressure

- High level of presentation

- Pay Rate is negotiable based on experience.

- Avaibility to work min 6 Months

 

 

This is a part time or full-time position to work in a fun, relaxed & professional environment. If you think you suit this role and could be a perfect fit to our small team please email us your CV or pop in and see us Tuesday to Sunday from Midday onwards.

Applicants for this position should have a NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
 

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