Locally owned and operated country pub, with large restaurant style menu and a reputation for fantastic food. Looking for second chef to join our team full-time. Happy to accept applications from qualified chefs or apprentices seeking to complete their final year.
We are looking for someone who will work well both individually and as a team. The chefs will be responsible for creating and costing weekly specials alongside management. Knowledge of online ordering systems is preferred as chef's will be in charge of ordering for the kitchen. They will also be required to do kitchen cleaning & food safety compliance. We are looking for someone who demonstrates pride in their work and has a passion for serving food of the highest quality. This roll will be on a 10 on 4 off roster. Roster begins on a Friday and ends the following Sunday. Great opportunity to save money and have sufficient days off to enjoy some time away.
Accommodation is available for staff if required. It is recommended staff have their own mode of transport due to our location.
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Postcode: 4425 (Dulacca, Queensland)
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The Dulacca Hotel
Member since: November 2017
Busy country pub owned and run by young couple Danny & Natalie. They purchased the pub just over 12 months ago and since then they have done a number of renovations & refurbishments to update the old pub and breath some life back into the place. It is now thriving with locals regularly popping in for coffee, drinks and/or dinner. Travellers also camp overnight and visit the hotel both for lunch & dinner.
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism