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Penn National Gaming - Kansas City, KS
Administer all aspects of food preparation ensuring kitchen is clean, well-stocked and problem-free....
5 days ago
Kansas City, MO (1 mile from Kansas City, KS)
The Chef de Tournant will perform duties with little direction given, operating from established directions and instructions from the Sous Chef....
20 days ago
Bristol Seafood/Devon Seafood - Kansas City, MO (1 mile from Kansas City, KS)
Chef Devon Seafood Grill and Bristol Seafood Grill are established upscale seafood restaurant in a warm, updated and contemporary environment....
21 days ago
American Dining Creations - Kansas City, MO (1 mile from Kansas City, KS)
We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Chef....
30+ days ago
TUTERA - Prairie Village, KS (6 miles from Kansas City, KS)
We have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated and experienced professional to assume the key full-time Chef position on our culinary team!...
30+ days ago

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