Hyatt Chef de Cuisine - Japanese in JEJU, South Korea
Hyatt is extremely pleased to prepare the opening for the Grand Hyatt Jeju with a new vision of the Grand Hyatt brand in Jeju, reflective of the island’s unique environment, and providing travelers with our first-class integrated resort service and hospitality. The hotel will be one of the largest Hyatt hotels with 1,600 rooms, 14 food and beverage outlets, and approximately 1,200 square meters of meeting space, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center, two spas (Western and Korean) with a total of eight treatment rooms and a kids club.
You will be responsible for the efficient running of the department in line with Hyatt International's Corporate Strategies and brand standards, whilst meeting employee, guest and owner expectations.
To manage the assigned kitchen as an independent profit centre, in line with the outlet’s operating concept and Hyatt International standards, ensuring maximum guest satisfaction while operating within budget, helping to ensure the financial success of the outlet.
The position will initially be based in Jeju City/Island, South Korea.
Minimum 2 years experience as Japanese Chef in high end hotel or free standing restaurant. To be Successful in This Role, You Will Require to Have:
Minimum 2 years experience as Japanese Chef in high end hotel or free standing restaurant
Able to manage contemporary Japanese cuisine with multiple concepts
Qualification foreign environment will be an advantage.
Comprehensive knowledge of HACCP and occupational health and safety standards will be essential
Basic Computer Skills
Japanese or Korean required, second language preferred
Primary Location: KR-49-Jeju
Organization: Grand Hyatt Jeju
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: JEJ000366
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