Chef de Partie

We are looking to recruit a talented Chef de Partie for one of our longstanding clients in Stockton-on-Tees. This role will involve a varied programme of weddings and events, a vibrant restaurant & a busy café.

The venue:

Privately owned estate, family run business. Award winning 4* hotel and weddings venue, spa and restaurant.


  • Preparing, cooking and presenting high quality dishes within the speciality section

  • Assisting the Head Chef and Sous Chef in creating menu items, recipes and developing dishes

  • Preparing meat and fish

  • Assisting with the management of health and safety

  • Assisting with the management of food hygiene practices

  • Managing and training any Commis Chefs

  • Monitoring portion and waste control

  • Overseeing the maintenance of kitchen and food safety standards


  • Experience in working in a busy hotel or restaurant would be advantageous

  • Experience in preparing food to a high standard

  • Food Hygiene Certificate

  • Experience in working at weddings or a red star hotel would be desirable but not essential


  • Day-time hours

  • Wednesday – Sunday, with every Monday & Tuesday off.

  • Weekly hourly pay

  • Uniform provided after probation period

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: £26,000.00-£28,000.00 per year


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