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Chef de Partie Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, Craignure, Isle Of Mull, Argyllshire, PA65 6BB

A rare opportunity has arisen for the right candidate to join our kitchen brigade as a Chef de Partie, where you will be cooking, preparing and presenting our dishes to the high standards our guests expect. As Chef de Partie, you will receive training in the preparation of a wide range of dishes, allowing you to develop your culinary skills within this high quality environment.

We employ people who apply the same amount of care and passion to their jobs as they do their hobbies - people who put our guests at the heart of everything they do. And we're looking for more people like this to join our friendly and professional team.

Candidate Attributes:

  • Previous experience as a Chef de Partie, or a Senior Commis Chef looking to move to the next level in their career
  • Exceptional attention to detail and organisation skills
  • Highly motivated and hardworking with a can-do attitude; willing to learn new skills and develop your knowledge
  • Determination to succeed
  • Passion and flair for food preparation, presentation and for local and seasonal menu content
  • Can-do attitude with the ability to work as part of a small team as well as on your own initiative
  • Flexible to work a variety of shifts – 5 days from 7 including bank holidays and weekends
  • Good common sense and a mature attitude to work

Candidate Responsibilities:

  • Organising kitchen operations and preparing and serving a range of dishes whilst supervising junior members of the kitchen brigade
  • Conducting shift briefings to ensure hotel activities and operational requirements are known
  • Food preparation and understanding of current food and hygiene legislation
  • Preparing, cooking and presenting menu items

Following recipes and maintaining the food costs set by Head Chef at all times

  • Monitoring portion control and wastage
  • Liaising with senior chefs to complete daily tasks and advise of stock requirements for your section
  • Maintaining and developing our standards
  • Working alongside the senior team to develop your culinary skills and knowledge
  • Provide a friendly, courteous and professional attitude at all times
  • Ensure legal compliance with Food Hygiene and Safety, policies, procedures, standards and guidelines
  • Ensure your designated section is prepared and ready prior to each service
  • Keep all work areas clean and tidy at all times

Relevant Qualifications:

You will be qualified to Intermediate Food Hygiene level (REHIS or similar); understanding of HACCP would be an advantage, as would City and Guilds 706/1 and 706/2 or equivalent.

Crerar Hotels Values: Crerar Hotel Group is one of Scotland’s leading privately owned hotel companies.  Crerar Hotels work hard on talent development and always look to progress individuals through internal promotion.  This role represents a fantastic opportunity for a dynamic individual to join a dynamic company. 

By joining the Crerar Hotels team you'll also automatically be eligible to receive our Fair Fund. Our Fair Fund has been created to reward staff and encourage personal development. Each time a guest or customer decides to pay an optional service charge for great customer service, all staff members will benefit on an equal basis.

Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa
Craignure, Isle Of Mull, Argyllshire, PA65 6BB

  • Job Ref CH224
  • Branch Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa
  • Location Isle Of Mull, Argyllshire
  • Salary/Benefits Competitive Salary uniform provided accomodaiton available free wi fi free use of leisure facilities, share of tips
  • Contract type Permanent
  • Hours Full Time
  • Hours per week 40-45
  • Posted date 26/01/2019
  • Closing date 27/04/2019

Are you looking to work somewhere with a feeling of community?

Then we want to work with you!

The Isle of Mull is the second largest island in the Inner Hebrides, on Scotland’s west coast. What does that mean? Red deer, white tailed eagles and native otters; stunning sunrises across the water; a sense of space, peace and a quiet life. There’s a really strong community amongst islanders, too.

It also means 35 minutes’ drive to the supermarket; 45 minutes on a ferry to the nearest cinema; a bus every two hours. The nearest airport is Glasgow, half a day’s travel away.

These are the realities of life at the Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, where life takes on a slower pace in winter but is full on in summer. For our staff, these are all reasons why Mull has become home. The other draw is the welcoming environment they find living and working at our hotel.

We understand it can be daunting, making the leap to living on a wee Scottish island. That’s why we have plenty of opportunities for couples and are very understanding of those who have family elsewhere.

When you join our team we meet you off the ferry and assign you a buddy to show you around. We provide live-in accommodation in a dedicated block and staff meals. Just let chef know if you need a taste of home – the camaraderie between our close-knit team of international staff means we celebrate all cultures together.

We know all our regular locals by name, because they’re part of the family too. Will you join us?

Three reasons to choose a career with Crerar Hotels

  1. Destination locations

Voted 2018’s most beautiful country in the world, Scotland provides a sought-after quality of life, ideal for outdoorsy types. Urbanites may find there are limitations, with reduced public transport, small local shops and occasionally – the ultimate modern hardship – patchy phone signal. But those who take that in their stride find that they discover true peace and quiet, wake up to incredible scenery and have Scotland’s natural larder to feast on daily.

  1. Talent development

We always aim to progress staff internally where possible, which means a number of our team have been with us long-term. They’ve chosen to make a life in one (or more!) of our locations, building themselves a varied career in the Scottish hospitality industry.

  1. Shaped by our values

Pride, authenticity, creativity, focus, respect and hard work. These principles guide our actions throughout the company, from management’s decision making through to the front line of customer service. They’re reflected in the Crerar Trust’s work supporting local charities and our Fair Fund, ensuring tips are shared equally with all staff.