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      B leaf Marketing and Distribution Ltd. CHEF $300-$500/hour

      CHEF $300-$500/hour

      Chef responsibilities include studying recipes, setting up menus and preparing high-quality dishes.

      You should be able to delegate tasks to kitchen staff to ensure meals are prepared in a timely manner.

      Also, you should be familiar with sanitation regulations.

      If you have experience with advanced cooking techniques and non-traditional ingredients, we’d like to meet you.


      • Proven work experience as a Chef or Cook
      • Hands-on experience with various kitchen equipment (e.g. grillers and pasta makers)
      • Advanced knowledge of culinary, baking and pastry techniques
      • Leadership skills
      • Ability to remain calm and undertake various tasks
      • Excellent time management abilities
      • Up-to-date knowledge of cooking techniques and recipes
      • Familiarity with sanitation regulations

      Apply here

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