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27 days ago
Ski Val
Location: Austria, France
Job type: Seasonal
Contact: Ski-Val
Category: Chalet Jobs, Chef Jobs, Ski Jobs


Responsible to: Resort Manager
Responsible for: Chalet guests, chalet staff

We are currently looking for a talented and experienced chef to join our teams in St Anton and Val d'Isere. This is a fantastic opportunity to live and work in an outstandingly beautiful resort with over 300km of piste on your doorstep! This role requires you to be highly organised, motivated and hard working. Seasonal experience is preferred and experience in cooking in a professional environment and for large numbers is essential. Ski-Val is committed to providing an exceptional service to our guests and as head chef you will need to maintain our high standards. Professional cooking qualifications are desirable. The ideal candidate will:

  • Be comfortable cooking a four course evening meal, breakfast and afternoon tea cakes for chalet/hotel guests.
  • Understand the importance of a budget and dealing with stock ordering, rotation and being able to liaise with suppliers throughout the season. A good understanding of French/German would be an advantage.
  • Lead by example, you will have a kitchen team to supervise and you will need to ensure staff are motivated.
  • Be comfortable catering for guests dietary needs.
  • Maintain high levels of cleanliness in the kitchen and keep up to date on paperwork.
  • Have a nothing is too much trouble attitude and be able to think on your feet. You will be interacting with guests on a daily basis.
  • Hold a full UK driving licence.

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