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San Francisco, CA
This person acts as a liaison between the Chefs and volunteers....
1 day ago
San Francisco, CA
compensation: Depending on Experience employment type: full-time Constellation Culinary seeks Sous Chefs and Line Cooks!...
8 hours ago
California Dawn Sportfishing - Berkeley, CA (8 miles from San Francisco, CA)
Galley is RENT FREE and equipped with a convection oven, flat top grill, side by side cooler, beer cooler and 3 freezers....
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1 day ago
Town + Country Resources - Burlingame, CA (14 miles from San Francisco, CA)
Salary: DOE Current Status: In trial Associated topics: cafe, commercial kitchen, executive, executive chef, head chef, pizza chef, sous, sushi, sushi chef, team lead...
1 day ago
San Francisco, CA
Executive Chef, Dustin Falcon, has a diverse background including roles as Chef de Partie at French Laundry and Sous Chef at Lazy Bear....
3 days ago
Benihana - San Francisco, CA (1 mile from San Francisco, CA)
Our highly skilled teppanyaki chefs slice and dice your meal on teppanyaki grills, providing entertainment as you enjoy traditional Japanese cooking using American favorites like steak, chicken, seafood...
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3 days ago Benihana
San Francisco, CA
As a College Fresh chefs assistant, you will support the head chef in running a kitchen, designing menus and working closely with our partners....
4 days ago
San Francisco, CA
YOU MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE working in either fine-dining or high-end catering (hot-station, prep, well developed knife skills, etc.)....
6 days ago
San Francisco, CA
Are you looking for THE PERFECT FIT? The place that feels like it could be your "forever" home? Well, we're looking for you too! We are a local restaurant group with many years in the business and...
8 days ago
San Francisco, CA
The Chef Owner is committed to sustainability and sourcing products from the wide variety of resourses in the Bay Area....
9 days ago
San Francisco, CA
sushi knife skills - Attention to details and follow the directions of head chef/manager - Keep clean and organized(i.e sharpening your knife, keeping the station clean, uniform, etc.) as you will...
10 days ago
Oakland, CA (11 miles from San Francisco, CA)
compensation: DOE employment type: part-time Position Reports to: Lead Chef on Site, Event Manager The Event Chef is responsible for preparing and/or cooking food at events....
13 days ago
Compass Corporation - San Francisco, CA
Job Information Compass Group, North America CHEF - HOURLY (FULL-TIME) - No Weekends!...
13 days ago
Watermark Retirement Communities - San Ramon, CA (22 miles from San Francisco, CA)
We are without a doubt the most premier retirement community and is a dream come true for an experienced Chef. At a Watermark Community our chef does so much more than what the title reflects....
14 days ago
San Francisco, CA
compensation: 18 - 20 dollars an hour employment type: full-time We are a new pizzeria looking to hire Full Time Pizza Chefs for our dining establishment and food truck which are opening soon in San...
15 days ago


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