Head Chef

Company Name:
College Chefs
Tired of the restaurant grind? Do you enjoy having nights, weekends and holidays off, paid? We are a progressive company seeking highly skilled, creative and responsible chefs. We offer a lifestyle unmatched in the food and beverage industry, as well as complete creative control, no micromanagement and competitive wages. If you are a dependable, self sufficient and cool minded chef, this could be the job for you. At College Chefs, we expect the highest standards of customer service, cleanliness and professionalism, as well as wholesome from scratch food consistent with modern trends.
College Chefs, LLC began providing creative dining solutions to fraternities and sororities across the Midwest in 2009, and are now servicing over 35 campuses nationwide. As we grow, we seek to hire chefs that wish to grow with us. We believe in providing our chefs with an outstanding quality of life based on a set schedule with no/minimal nights or weekends, as well as 4-6 weeks of paid vacation throughout the academic year. We are a company of chefs, for chefs, and believe that a balanced lifestyle makes for higher quality product produced by fulfilled, energetic chefs. We also believe in providing our clientele with wholesome, from scratch, relevant food and the peace of mind that comes with guaranteed seamless service from a team of experienced professionals.
We are looking for serious professionals who can autonomously manage fresh weekly menus, all purchasing and relationships with vendors, budgetary requirements, safety and sanitation practices, daily interaction with the client and communication with supervisors, as well as all other aspects of kitchen management. This is a full time position during the collegiate academic year. We offer a competitive weekly salary based on your experience and the type of account being serviced, though we pride ourselves on being well above the national average for the food and beverage industry. If you think you have the right personality to join our team, please respond with your resume or check us out at CollegeChefs.com.

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