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Head Chef - No Splits in Hayling Island at Agincare

Date Posted: 7/31/2019

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Job Description

Job Title: Head Chef - No Splits

Reference Number: 007528

Area: Hayling Island / Region: Hampshire

Basic Salary: £29,484 per annum

Bonus: Long Service Award                                       


Job Description

Are you a Head Chef with experience within restaurants, care homes, schools, universities, large office settings? Are you looking for a rewarding career that helps support people living within our care homes?

You can earn £29,484 per annum as an experienced full time Head Chef working at Gorseway Park on Hayling Island,

    • Full Time role (42 Hours)
    • Full-time career
    • Daytime working
    • No split shifts

What we offer our Head Chef

  • Contracted Hours
  • Free Uniform
  • Free DBS
  • Free meals on shift
  • Long service bonus
  • Excellent career progression
  • Supported internal Training Provision

Role Responsibility of an experienced Head Chef 

To manage the preparation and the delivery of all meals within the Home, prepare varied menus in association with the manager and feedback from residents ensuring that any special dietary requirements are catered for.

To ensure that meals are presented and prepared to an excellent standard and quality. To create and maintain cooking and cleaning regimes for all areas of the kitchen in line with the Health and Safety and Company guidelines to ensure safe working practice within the home.

 

Job Requirements

What an excellent Chef looks like

You must have:

  • NVQ2 in Food Preparation
  • Knowledge of Allergens
  • Ability to manage staff and arrange rotas
  • Ability to work flexibly
  • Knowledge of budgetary control
  • Demonstrate ability to be a team player
  • Knowledge of Health and Safety regulations

About Us

Agincare is a family run business which has been operating for over 32 years, we employee over 3,500 staff.  As a company we support the believe in good care campaign to highlight the good work which is carried out by Care Assistants and our sector as a whole.