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Short Order Cook / Chef

RAC Parks And Resorts Coral Bay, Western Australia

Job Description

The role
In this hands-on role you will be responsible for the execution of great food as well as helping to build a supportive and highly engaged team. Reporting to the Head Chef you will be required to train & mentor your team whilst liaising with a wide range of stakeholders including senior level management in the absence of the Head Chef.

Key responsibilities include:
Maintaining a safe and hygienic working environment, to include safe storage of food, equipment and utensils complying with food hygiene regulations and food safety laws
Ensuring all aspects of food preparation, cooking and presenting a variety of dishes
Liaising with front of house and management regarding customers and general service of kitchen operations
Supervising and training chefs and kitchen staff
About the location

Ningaloo Reef is situated in Australia’s stunning Coral Coast region and is approximately 1124km north of Perth. The Ningaloo Reef, one of the world‘s most beautiful marine parks, is just a stone‘s throw away from the our resort.

Postcode: 6701 (Coral Bay, Western Australia)

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RAC Parks And Resorts

Member since: June 2016

We are a busy Resort in a very sought after position over looking Coral Bay on the Ningaloo Reef. Within meters from the resort there is a turquoise beach full of fish and corals. The town is small but a must on all who either lap Australia or escape the city life in Perth City. We operate 7 days per week and the staff have enough shifts that they often give them up to spend a day out on the reef with mates.

Hospitality, Travel & Tourism