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Charleston, SC
compensation: TBD employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Pastry chef with a strong background and experience in European style pastries and baked goods with a miniumum of 5+ years experie...
4 days ago
Charleston, SC
DESCRIPTION Position: Assistant Pastry Chef Reports To: Pastry Chef/ Executive Chef POSITION OVERVIEW The assistant pastry chef works under the supervision of the pastry chef and executive chef to create...
18 days ago

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