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Macon, GA
compensation: N/A employment type: full-time The primary purpose of the position is to direct the preparation, seasoning, and cooking of soups, fish, meats, vegetables, salads, desserts, or other...
17 days ago
Macon, GA
compensation: $10.25/hr DPE employment type: part-time Hiring experienced chef Not a short order cook position Part-Time TEMP work Must know how to cook a variety of food including fresh vegetables...
22 days ago
Aramark - Macon, GA
2 years of supervisor/management experience Diploma in Culinary Management/Apprenticeship and/or Chef Accreditation Excellent customer service skills. Computer knowledge including MS Office applicatio...
30+ days ago

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