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Chef de Partie

BUZZ Recruitment Queenstown / Otago Hospitality / Service Paid position(Know your rights) $42,000 - $45,000 p/a + initial accommodtion 3-5 years in hotel kitchens

We have been BUZZed and looking for a talented Chef de Partie to join the team in BUZZing Queenstown. With a newly appointed Head Chef this is the perfect time to join the team as the snow starts to melt & summer rolls in! If you’re looking for a full time position in a BUZZIng Queenstown hotel – then read on!

With forward booking looking excellent we will have enough work to keep you busy with a mixture of FIT Groups & Conference business we have the work to keep you busy. You would be a culinary professional with drive and passion who has been exposed to hotel kitchen operations. Producing a consistent product whilst mentoring and developing the younger kitchen brigade.

Ideally you will have notched up a few years as Chef de Partie of a quality hotel establishment and been exposed to banqueting and large conference. We are looking for someone that has shown commitment to their career and previous employers. An attractive salary and initial accommodation can be arranged.

The coffee machine is brewing and the BUZZ bars are in the fridge so if you are currently working in the industry legally entitled to work in New Zealand (sorry overseas applicants will not be considered unless you arrive into NZ with a visa in the next 4 weeks) and looking for a genuine career changing move get BUZZing.

We’re BUZZing….are you??????

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