The job description of the chef at the pub The Telegraph at The Earl of Derby

The team in charge of The Telegraph at The Earl of Derby pub (87 Dennetts Road, SE14 5LW) are looking for a new chef. Here's what they say they're looking for:

The usuals - Hard working, reliable, punctual, able to work as a team and on own, good under pressure. More specific - experience required as will be in charge of the kitchen at least one evening a week, and will be responsible for every aspect of service. Must meet our expectations for consistency and high standards.

Must be able to work evenings and weekends, and Christmas Day and New Years Eve.

A little bit about us. We are a small business, ran by Malcolm and Catherine Paterson. We are proud to offer fresh, homemade food, using produce from our local businesses wherever possible. Our menu is British, very much pub food, but better than your average pub. 

We offer a selection of specials which changes daily and often features some more exotic and inventive dishes. We also hold regular events where we offer a 5 course fine dining experience, This gives the chefs a great opportunity to show off their skills.

Hours are 5 or 6 days a week. 30 - 40 hours. We may consider part time. Pay starts at £9.00 per hour, but we are willing to raise this having found the right person.

Contact Malcolm or Catherine Paterson: 0207 207 3449, telegraph.eod@gmail.com

3 comments:

NAT said...

Mmm. Wish them well, and I really enjoyed my only visit to the Telegraph,

but is it just me, or are they asking an awful lot for their hourly rate of just £2.30 above the minimum wage, even if this is subsequently adjusted up a bit?

Monkeyboy said...

Catering has to be one of the worse pay vs work jobs out there. Only way to make a decent wedge is to own a gaff or work at a top place.

anonymouse said...

This a wonderful pub, if you can find it! And dog friendly, and a little performance space upstairs.

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