Posted 6 days ago
Hawksworth Group's newest addition—Nightingale—centrally located downtown, is currently looking for an experienced Sous Chef to help lead a kitchen brigade to culinary excellence.
Celebrating the here and now, Nightingale delivers fresh and vibrant modern Canadian cuisine that's designed for the way people want to eat today, vegetable and grain-centric with pasta, pizzas and creative proteins to share.
Management, leadership, and guidance to a team of 12-14 cooks during a busy service
Assist in scheduling of culinary brigade and kitchen stewards
Assists with menu creation, writing of menu syllabus and recipe packages
Assist in completion of probation and annual reviews
Attend weekly management meetings
Promote a fun, professional, and disciplined work environment
Ensuring awareness and completion of standards and expectations throughout the kitchen
Strive to constantly improve all food preparation, presentations, and menu selections
Perform any other reasonable duties as required by the Head Chef
2-3 years of comparable kitchen management experience
Familiar with high volume restaurants
Able to administer discipline effectively and fairly
Genuinely excited to work with the highest quality local produce available.
Able to enforce an aggressive deep cleaning schedule.
This is a full-time, permanent role with a competitive salary, benefits, and gratuities. Please respond with your resume to email@example.com detailing why you would be a great fit for the Nightingale team.
While we thank all who apply, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Good luck!
Date Available: March 18th, 2019
Compensation: dependent on experience + tips + extended health benefits
Requirements: , Work Permit Necessary
Contact Name: Head Chef
A nightingale was sitting aloft an oak and singing when he was seen by a Hawk who, being in need of food, swooped down and seized him. The nightingale, about to lose his life, begged the Hawk to let him go; saying that he was not big enough to satisfy the hunger of the Hawk who, if he wanted food, ought to pursue the larger birds. The Hawk, interrupting him said, "I should indeed have lost my senses if I should let go of food in my hand for the sake of pursuing birds that are not yet even within sight."
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Enjoy the present and celebrate the here and now with us at Nightingale.