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New York City, NY
ion: based on experienced, above average pay. employment type: full-time Busy restaurant needs Sushi chef to join their team. this job entails someone very organized, well prepped. who can be independe...
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San Diego, CA
an hour employment type: part-time Well established Seafood Restaurant in Bay Park is accepting applications for strong line cooks and sushi chefs. Seeking team oriented, hardworking, and reliable i...
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San Francisco, CA
will train you - Ability to speak Chinese is a plus as we serve plenty of Chinese customers. Sushi Chef Assistant: - Be able to make most common Makimonos - Provide assistances to the chef...
1 day ago
Vernon Hills, IL
lead waiter and waitress. And Sushi chef who has experience with flexible availability.(Full & Part-Time(Friday, Saturday & Sunday), all lunch or all dinner) And Sushi chef,sushi helper and kitchen chef...
1 day ago
Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. - Chestnut Hill, MA
available for customers without set backs or delays Following Wegmans core recipes and proper knife skills when prepping ingredients and preparing products to ensure a consistent final outcome Maintai...
1 day ago
Montgomery, AL
Hourly pay / qualifications & previous experience TO received// Location: Alabama//montgomery SUSHI CHEF/ HOSTESS/ SERVERS & DISHWASHER NEEDED MAD HATTER BISTRO IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR TALENTED INDIVIDUALS...
2 days ago
Peoria, IL
compensation: DOE employment type: full-time Applications for the position of Job : SUSHI CHEF/ HOSTESS/ SERVERS & DISHWASHER NEEDED // Shift/Hours : part-time // Location:Peoria // Do you enjoy prepari...
2 days ago
Portland, OR
compensation: DOE employment type: full-time APPLY! ...
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Los Angeles, CA
10 years experienced Sushi chef (full time)able to communicate with customers at sushi bar, prep, cleaning, order items . Kitchen chef(full time)able to multitask(tempura, grilled food &prep),both posi...
3 days ago
Garden Grove, CA
compensation: based on experience employment type: full-time Experienced Full-time Sushi Chef Needed: - Excellent customer service that can interact with customer. - Be able to prepare sushi/sashimi...
3 days ago
Baltimore, MD
compensation: Salary based on experience and skill employment type: full-time Interviewing for sushi chef position for established restaurant specializing in sushi, small plates, and wok dishes. Must...
3 days ago
Hilton Anatole - Dallas, TX
planning of menus Must have knowledge of the Asian cuisine. Must know how to slide and present sashimi in various forms. Preferred 1-2 years of sushi chef experience. Requirements What are we looking...
3 days ago
Allen, TX
compensation: competitive employment type: full-time Japanese Teppanyaki and sushi restaurant in Allen, Tx. We are currently hiring all positions and looking for highly motivated and friendly...
2 days ago
Dallas, TX
Based upon experience plus tips employment type: part-time Now hiring Sushi Chefs. Pay rate is based on experience plus tips. Sushi Chef experience not required. To learn more about our restaurant visit...
2 days ago
Ra Sushi - Marina, CA
Reports any kitchen/sushi equipment or maintenance issues to the manager on duty (MOD) and head sushi chef. Adheres to the Companys guidelines on proper food presentation and garnishes for all dishes....
2 days ago

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Sushi Chef positions.

  • ServSafe Certified

Qualifications / Skill Sets

The following top skills are often required or desired to land a Sushi Chef position

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  • Asian Cuisine
  • Back of House
  • Bartending
  • Butchering
  • Casual Dining
  • Catering
  • Communication Skills
  • Cooking
  • Culinary Arts
  • Customer Service
  • Development
  • English
  • Events
  • Fine Dining
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Food Handling
  • Food Plating
  • Food Preparation
  • Food Quality
  • Food Safety
  • Friendliness
  • Fryer
  • Fusion
  • Grilling
  • Inventory Management
  • Japanese Cuisine
  • Kitchen Equipment Maintenance
  • Knife Skills
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Menu Planning
  • Multitasking
  • Organization
  • Pantry
  • Pastry Making
  • Pizza
  • Portion Control
  • Prep Work
  • Presentation
  • Problem Solving
  • Recipe Development
  • Salads
  • Sanitation
  • Sauce Making
  • Sauteing
  • Scheduling
  • Seafood
  • Server Administration
  • Staff Supervision
  • Sushi Making
  • Teamwork
  • TIPS Certified
  • Training
  • Training and Development

Top Hiring Companies

Top hiring companies for Sushi Chef positions

  • Benihana
  • Wegmans
  • Ra Sushi
  • Kona Grill
  • Marriott International
  • Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
  • Compass Group
  • Hy-Vee
  • Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
  • Zippys Incorporated

Sushi Chef Related Career Advice Articles

Training to be a Chef

If you are interested in becoming a chef and are looking for basic information on how to make that dream a reality, read our companion article “How to Become a Chef.” However, if you have already given the idea much thought and simply need a few facts regarding prices, prestige, and programs offered by some of the top culinary schools in the US, you have come to the right place.


Private Chef vs. Personal Chef

Are you considering a career as a private or personal chef? Is there even a difference? These two positions may be synonymous in some circles and require very similar skills, but there is one distinct difference: private chefs are employed by a single client, whereas personal chefs may work for a number of clients at any given time.


How to Become a Chef

There are many folks out there who watch a show on the Cooking Channel or Food Network and think to themselves, “Hey, I could do that” or “Being a chef looks like a lot of fun.” It’s not all fun and games in the kitchen, however, and before diving headfirst into the culinary arts world, there are many things to consider