Apprentice Commis Chef

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Browns Pie Shop have an excellent opportunity for an apprentice to join their busy kitchen working under the supervision of their experienced head chef Danny Gill. Learn the trade alongside working to gain a Level 2 Commis Chef Qualification.

Number of Positions Available

2

About Employer

Situated on Steep Hill, Browns Pie Shop is in the heart of historic Cathedral City of Lincoln and is one of the city’s favourite dining establishments. At Brown’s Restaurant, we’re famous for our pies – they’re delicious.
But that’s not all we do.
Fish, seafood, steaks, game, vegetarian and gluten free dishes are all available.

Detailed Job Description

Situated on Steep Hill, Browns Pie Shop is in the heart of historic Cathedral City of Lincoln and is one of the city’s favourite dining establishments.
Browns now have a fantastic opportunity for a keen chef to join their team, learn the trade and work towards gaining a Level 2 Commis Chef Qualification.
Duties will include:
• Ingredient preparation including filleting and butchery
• Cooking meals through various different cooking methods
• Plating up and presentation of food
• Taking instruction from senior chefs
• Cleaning and clearing down work stations
• Working in a safe manner at all times
• Portion control

Skills Required

Must be passionate about food and learning new skills
Team worker
Able to use own initiative
Able to work as part of a team
Able to work under pressure

Personal Qualities

Calm
Motivated
Hard working
Punctual
Eager to learn new skills

Qualifications Required

None required, however, maths & English will be assessed as part of the interview process.

Future Prospects

Successful apprentice will be offered a full time position at the end of their training.

Other Information

Earliest start time can be 06.30am and latest finish can be 10.30pm.

Training to be Provided

Commis Chef apprenticeship Level 2
Maths and English if required

Expected Duration

12 Months

Working Week

40 hours 4 days out of 7

Things to consider

The shift pattern will include weekdays, evenings and weekends however, the individual must also be flexible to suit the business needs.