Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Ibis Adelaide Breakfast Chef Job Vacancy in Australia



Ibis Adelaide have built their reputation on being creative, fun and fresh and most of all continue our reputation for serving up food that makes people think twice about what an ibis hotel is all about. We recognise that we need a team of individuals to deliver the best service – and that's what we want. No cookie cutter mould.

We are currently looking for a casual Breakfast Cook or Chef with a zeal for producing the best breakfast in town who is available to work 2 - 3 shifts per week. If you enjoy making eggs fluffier than the ibis sweet bed pillows, cooking maple syrup smoked bacon to perfection and eggs sunny side up, just like your personality, then this is the job for you.


If you love to get up with the sun, be the master of your own domain, and produce the best breakfast this state has ever seen then we would love to talk to you.

To amaze Adelaide in this role you will need relevant cooking experience, the ability to work independently and as part of a team, as well as a true love of getting it right for our guests.

Other essential duties for this role include:
  • Prepare mis-en place as required
  • Prepare and present menu items for breakfast buffet, all day dining or events/functions, showing variety and flair, within the cost margins specified by the hotel.
  • Ensure strict stock rotation and minimum wastage, whereby you will be responsible for implementing and maintaining stock control procedures.
  • Keep all working areas clean and tidy. Ensure all equipment is maintained, serviced and cleaned
  • Assist with ordering necessary food items accordingly to business needs and demands.

In return, we will provide you with a fun and rewarding work environment, uniform, dry cleaning as well as hotel discounts nationally and worldwide.

For more information or to apply, please visit www.jobsataccor.com.au or contact Liz.Curr@accor.com 

To be successful you must have the legal right to work in Australia. 


We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for this role.

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