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  • Sölden, Austria
  • Specjalista
  • 6 - 8 tys. zł brutto
  • 2017-01-11

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    NextStep Career Management is a leading Austrian recruiting agency specialized in hospitality industry professionals.

    We are recruiting talented professionals from around the world supporting them through the whole employment process, at no cost for the candidates.
    At the moment we are searching for a skilled, motivated and friendly:
    Miejsce pracy: Sölden
    Wynagrodzenie: 6 - 8 tys. zł

    for our client, a high class hotel in Sölden, Austria, for the upcoming winter season.

    As Chef de Partie you will be expected to run a section, taking responsibility for an effective execution of all dishes and ensuring consistent presentation and customer satisfaction.

    Our client expects Chefs de Partie to be able to develop more junior members to the brigade, taking pride in passing on knowledge and effectively supervising chefs.

    Candidate profile:

    • experienced Chef de Partie with a minimum of one years' experience
    • passionate about food with the desire to learn and work hard
    • keen to progress their career in a quality restaurant environment
    • able to work effectively as a part of of a team
    • speaks fluent in English (German is an advantage)


    • permanent or seasonal position
    • very competitive pay starting from 1.800€/mo. nett, 14 salaries per year
    • food and accommodation included
    If this sounds like your dream job, we would love to hear from you!

    Please send us your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your skills end expertise  in German or English to lana.muftic@next-step4u.com or call +43 650 2490491.

    Thank you and good luck!

    We thank all interested candidates for their applications. We reserve the right to contact only selected candidates. Only those applications that include the candidate's consent to process personal data, in accordance with the Data Protection Act as of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Acts of 2002, No 101, pos. 926 with later amendments) will be considered.