Development Chef

Full Time Permanent

North Wales Jobs

Our client, based in Caernarfon, a specialist manufacturer for a variety of food sectors, are currently recruiting for a Development Chef.

Hours – 40 hours per week Monday to Friday

As Development Chef, you will require previous experience working as a Chef (ideally 1 year). The successful candidate will be responsible for putting together meals/recipes to be mass produced. The Development Chef will assist the sales team with advertising, by producing informational leaflets/brochures on the products therefore will require strong computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office packages, including Excel and PowerPoint. To produce informational brochures to appeal to customers

Essential requirements to be considered for the role include; previous chef experience, the ability to communicate at all levels, internally and externally, confidently present and host meetings, strong computer skills.

Required Experience –

* Chef experience (1 year)

* Confidently host and present meetings

* Organizational skills – planning, preparation and follow up.

* Highly self-motivated

* Advanced Excel skills

* Highly numerate

* Proficient with PowerPoint

* Strong analytical skills and experience

* Exceptional attention to detail

* Excellent communicator and presenter

KEYWORDS: chef, catering, food, menus

For more information or to apply for this position please call our recruitment team on (phone number removed) or apply online for a call back.

Unfortunately due to time restrictions we cannot respond to every applicant, in the event that we haven’t contacted you within 48 hours please take it you have not been successful for this particular role, but your details will be kept on file and considered for all future vacancies.

We are acting on behalf of the client as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

We are an equal opportunities agency and welcome applicants from all backgrounds

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