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Caesars Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
sous chefs, all cooks, helpers and kitchen runners....
1 day ago
Caesar's Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
rooms, banquets orrelated areas, supervising sous chefs, all cooks, helpers and kitchen runners.The Specialty Room Chef is also responsible for the quality of the service,training of the people, making...
2 days ago
Station Casinos Incorporated - Las Vegas, NV
Comprehensive food knowledge, which includes profit and loss statements, cost control, menu planning, budgeting, training, inventory control & sanitation....
5 days ago
MGM Resorts International - Las Vegas, NV
Apply advanced knife skills required for service. Create, read, measure, and execute recipes. Maintain an exceptional menu knowledge and attention to detail with plate presentation....
5 days ago
MGM Resorts International - Las Vegas, NV
Possess advanced knife skills. Basic mathematical skills, interpersonal service skills and organization skills to plan time effectively. Excellent customer service skills....
6 days ago
Caesars Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
sous chefs, all cooks, helpers and kitchen runners....
6 days ago
Las Vegas, NV
compensation: Discussed upon interview employment type: part-time Seeking motivated and experienced teppan chef to join our team! 6125 S....
12 days ago
Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants (LEYE) - Las Vegas, NV
Eiffel Tower: Now Seeking A Chef Join Our Leadership Team!...
15 days ago
Station Casinos Incorporated - Henderson, NV (15 miles from Las Vegas, NV)
Comprehensive food knowledge, which includes profit and loss statements, cost control, menu planning, budgeting, training, inventory control & sanitation....
19 days ago
Station Casinos Incorporated - Las Vegas, NV
Comprehensive food knowledge, which includes profit and loss statements, cost control, menu planning, budgeting, training, inventory control & sanitation....
22 days ago
Caesar's Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
orrelated areas, supervising sous chefs, all cooks, helpers and kitchen runners.The Specialty Room Chef is also responsible for the quality of the service,training of the people, making all stocks,...
25 days ago
Caesars Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
sous chefs, all cooks, helpers and kitchen runners....
30+ days ago
Treasure Island - Las Vegas, NV
Overview It is the primary responsibility of the Chef Relief to oversee departmental hiring, staffing, scheduling, ordering, food quality and preparation and supervise overall food side operations....
30+ days ago
Caesar's Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
Chef - Yong Kang Dumpling and Noodle House (PLV) THIS IS A PIPELINE JOB SUMMARY: The Chef Tournant is responsible for the supervision of kitchen staff in assigned outlet in absence of the Room Chef...
30+ days ago
Caesars Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV
THIS IS A PIPELINE JOB SUMMARY: The Chef Tournant is responsible for the supervision of kitchen staff in assigned outlet in absence of the Room Chef and creating and fostering a sanitary, productive...
30+ days ago

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