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Chef de Partie Permanent in Oxford (Horton-cum-Studley)
Job Code:GFE512
Salary:Depending on experience
Location:Oxford (Horton-cum-Studley)

Chef de partie


-Immediate start 

-Salary: Depending on experience 

-40 hours per week


Chef de partie


G-Force Personnel Ltd are currently looking for Chef de partie for our client based in Oxford (Horton-cum-Studley area).


The role:

Our client is looking for experienced Chef de partie to join their restaurant kitchen.


Main duties will include, but not be limited to:

  • Preparing, cooking and presenting food for customers (from bacon rolls to 3 course meals)
  • Ensure high standards’ of food hygiene and follow health & safety regulations.
  • Previous experience preferable, but not essential
  • Own transport preferable, but not essential


*Accommodation available*

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