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College FreshA, Inc. - Baton Rouge, LA
Salary Class: Hourly, Non-Exempt Location: Fraternity, Sorority or Cafe as assigned Objective/Summary: Assist the Chef with food preparation, organization and daily kitchen operations of assigned location...
5 days ago
New Orleans, LA
We are seeking an experienced Chef/Kitchen Manager to lead our kitchen staff....
12 days ago
Baton Rouge, LA
Chef Share your passion for food and showcase your talent for creating delicious meals as a team member of College Fresh. As a College Fresh chef creativity knows no bounds!...
28 days ago
Hospital Housekeeping Systems - Ruston, LA
Observes methods of food preparation and cooking, sizes of portions and garnishing of foods to ensure food is prepared in a safe and nutritious manner....
60+ days ago

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