Chef de Partie

A position particular to large hotels or kitchens, chef de partie is a term used for the person in charge of a single section. There are various departments that a restaurant has, and chef de partie jobs could include being a fish chef, a roast chef, a saute chef, a grill chef, a vegetable chef, a fry chef or even a pastry chef. Individuals who aim to head a particular department, generally start out being the demi chef de partie and eventually rise up to become the senior chef de partie.

Being in charge of a section requires you to have up to the mark knowledge of the whole culinary process and in-depth idea of the department you are heading. Pertaining to the fact that London today is such a hub of food joints and bars, chef de partie jobs are fairly common and well compensated. They are in fact the best responsibility to take up if you wish to have a restaurant or chain of your own going forward.

For more information about the Chef de Partie vacancies in London, contact The Change Group, hospitality recruitment agency on 02079236021



Type

Position

Location

Chef de Partie – Weekends and Evenings

  • City of London
  • £10 - £14 per annum

Casual Chef de Partie – London

  • City of London
  • £10 - £14 per hour

Chef de Partie

  • City of London
  • £26000 - £30000 per annum

Temporary Chef De Partie, London, £12 ph – M-F

  • City of London
  • £10 - £12 per hour

Event Chef de Partie

  • City of London
  • £10.00 - £14.00 per hour

Chef de Partie, Loughton, Up to £28000

  • North East London
  • £24000 - £28000 per annum

Prep Chefs

  • South London
  • £10 - £12 per hour

Chef de Parties

  • City of London
  • £24500 - £24500 per annum Paid overtime

Chef de Partie

  • South London
  • £10 - £14 per hour

Casual Prep Chef

  • City of London
  • £10 - £12 per hour