Snr Sous | £38k | Wales

My client is a boutique restaurant run by a proven award-winning chef and owners who have a track record of investing in their staff.

They looking for a new Snr Sous Chef who can embrace the company’s food philosophy, motivate, train & mentor the team to achieving more accolades and a better product.

They have already been recognised by the National press & guide books for their approach to their food.

Minimum of 5 years working at a 3/4 rosette – Michelin star level.


  • Food style & offering: Modern & refined
  • Already received critical & media acclaim and looking for more recognition.


  • Salary: up to £28,000pa
  • Days: Two fixed days off per week.
  • Extras: £10,000 in service charge pa
  • Accommodation: Live in is not available, but there will be assistance in relocating
  • Holidays: 28 days per year
  • Pension


  • Highly motivated, and able to integrate into a small team of chefs.
  • Financially astute with a good understanding of expenses and food cost
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to interact with staff, managers, clients both verbally and written English.
  • Implement company Health & Safety policy and full responsibility for Food Safety Policy


  • Minimum of 5 years working at a 3/4 rosette level, or above.
  • Proven track record of career stability & progression.
  • Experience in delivering quality products from fresh produce.


  • Must have Intermediate Food Hygiene qualification as a minimum

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: If applying for this position, please supply:

  • a FULL & CURRENT cv,
  • a contact phone number & email address,
  • and TWO references (which will be contacted to check the veracity of the documents supplied).
  • Proof of eligibility to work in the UK/EU,
  • Declaration of any criminal convictions, in line with the ‘Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974’

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All applications received will be contacted by Chef Associates, who are operating as an Employment Agency for this role which is for a permanent position. In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.