Hyatt Sous Chef - Hotel in LONDON, United Kingdom
Some of our benefits include:
£500 joining bonus (£250 in your first payslip £250 after successful probation)
12 free nights per year of service across Hyatt Hotels worldwide
Employee and Friends & Family rates across Hyatt Hotels worldwide
F&B Discounts of up to 50% in our Hyatt UK Restaurants & Bars
Uniform attire laundered complimentary
Complimentary meals on duty
Workplace pension scheme
Cycle 2 work scheme tax-free
Continuous Learning & Development opportunities
Being part of Great Scotland Yard Hotel also means, joining the Hyatt family which has over 900 hotels in over 60 different countries, also recognised as a UK Great Place to Work Company!
Since our opening in December 2019, at Great Scotland Yard Hotel, we have been committed to inspire the freedom to be extraordinary, enabling individual stories through curated, authentic experiences.
About the role:
As Sous Chef, you are accountable for preparing a consistent, high quality food product in order to provide guests with a memorable dining experience. Some of the key processes include but are not limited to:
accountable for the food dining experience
responsible for the budget and cost control in line with the hotel business plan
mentoring and coaching to ensure maximum employee engagement
recruits future talent and manages performance of the team
knowledge of seasonal and new products on the market
Ideally with relevant Chef Qualification, you have already gained work experience in the same or similar role, preferably within a 5 star hotel.
Our kitchen and bakery serve the majority of our outlets and banqueting. This will enable you to develop and expand your culinary skills.
You need to have the right to work in the UK in order to be considered for this role.
Primary Location: GB-ENG-London
Organization: Unbound Great Scotland Yard London
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: LON004077
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