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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
Montage Hotels - Bluffton, SC
will also prep, prepare, and execute all menu items to specification and directions of Executive Pastry Chef. Visually inspect appearance of all food for proper color combination and overall presentatio...
23 days ago

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