Head Chef, Duke of Gordon Hotel, Invernesshire

Posted on May 6, 2021 | Start date May 17, 2021

Salary:£32,000 - £35,000
Duration:Permanent
Hours:around 45 hours per week
Days:5 - 6
Holidays:28 days per year
Bedrooms:65
Covers:Lunch: up to 30; Dinner: up to 120 (depending on hotel occupancy) plus bar food; Breakfast: up to 120 (depending on hotel occupancy); Functions: up to 300
Food type:Quality Table D'Hote and Bar Menu
Full-time chefs:4 plus kitchen porters
Accommodation:Accommodation included on site
Job description:

The Duke of Gordon Hotel is a family owned hotel accommodating up to 120 guests in 65 bedrooms. We offer functions, weddings and conferences alongside our main restaurant for residents and bar food operation. The hotel is located in the Cairngorm National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and is a very popular destination choice for golf, walking and cycling. We welcome guests from around the UK, Europe and the Americas. As well as individual guests the hotel welcomes coach groups throughout the year.

We are looking for a forward thinking Head Chef to become a member of our management team and take control of the food operation at the hotel. This hands on position requires someone with experience of working in a volume kitchen, stock ordering, rotation and control. Prospective candidates should hold a current Hygiene Certificate level 2 or higher. You must have at least 3 years’ experience at sous chef level, be able to work well with a team and in all sections of the kitchen. Working with all fresh produce, you will be responsible for the delivery of good quality dishes ensuring that standards are maintained during each service.

How to apply:

Please email CVs to richard@dukeofgordonhotel.co.uk or call 01405 761334.

Work for partners:

Work could well be available for a partner should they be suitable for an available post.

Contact details:richard@dukeofgordonhotel.co.uk | www.dukeofgordonhotel.co.uk
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