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Thomas Cuisine Management - Fresno, CA
Comply with the Food and Nutrition Executive Chefs satisfaction including sanitation and safety. Daily ordering, menu development- including seasonal and daily execution....
1 day ago
Fresno, CA
Degree in Culinary Arts or culinary certificate and required experience Three (3) to five (5) years of progressive culinary/kitchen management experience, depending upon formal degree or training Special...
1 day ago
Thomas Cuisine Management - Fresno, CA
Degree in Culinary Arts or culinary certificate and required experience Three (3) to five (5) years of progressive culinary/kitchen management experience, depending upon formal degree or training Special...
1 day ago
Thomas Cuisine Management - Fresno, CA
Culinary Arts Degree or BS Degree - Food Service or Hospitality Management Program Minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of progressive culinary/kitchen management experience preferred Expert knowledge...
1 day ago
Thomas Cuisine Management - Fresno, CA
College degree preferred....
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