Chef

Provides a quality catering service, usually on an offshore installation, or may be based in a plant or corporate headquarters.

  • Typical Day/Duties
  • How this role fits in with the rest of the industry
  • Basic entry requirements include (necessary)
  • Employers might also look for (desirable)
  • Typical starting salary may be in the region of
  • Typical Salary Once Experienced
  • Career Development
  • Plans menus
  • Deals with suppliers
  • Orders stock, rotates stock and does stock-taking
  • Manages the budget
  • Organises staff, including rotas
  • Ensures the prompt service of all meals at the required times
  • Prepares, monitors and maintains the quality of the food
  • Ensures the kitchen follows hygiene and health and safety guidelines
  • Investigates customer complaints

Will work for companies that supply catering services to the oil & gas industry.  Will involve shift work, which may have early starts and late finishes.

  • City & Guilds Hospitality & Catering Principles
  • Offshore survival (if offshore role)
  • Offshore medical certificate (if offshore role)
  • Catering experience
  • Experience in an offshore environment
  •  Hospitality management qualification

£12,000 for a trainee chef

£22,000 - £40,000

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