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Pebble Beach, CA (6 miles from Monterey, California)
on-profit organization Monterey Peninsula Country Club is Recruiting for a passionate Restaurant Chef to join our culinary team. This exempt position is responsible for over-seeing daily culinary aspec...
16 days ago
Carmel Valley, CA (17 miles from Monterey, California)
compensation: $600 per week employment type: contract Looking for a chef who knows how to prepare and create healthy meals for people recovering from addiction. We are an alternative to a traditional...
28 days ago

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