Chef Jobs in Amherst, NH

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Chartwells Higher Ed - Manchester, NH (11 miles from Amherst, NH)
Associate's degree in Culinary Arts is preferred. About Compass Group: Achieving leadership in the foodservice industry Compass Group is an equal opportunity employer....
3 days ago
Milford, NH (4 miles from Amherst, NH)
compensation: 12/18 employment type: full-time Full time pizza chef great working environment flexible schedule looking for experienced but would be willing to train the right person apply in person...
8 days ago
Lowell, MA (21 miles from Amherst, NH)
UTEC s Culinary Innovator / Chef is responsible for all kitchen and culinary enterprise operations. Duties include, staffing, inventory management, and menu and recipe development....
9 days ago
Sodexo - Nashua, NH (11 miles from Amherst, NH)
Advanced knife skills required. May have oversight over the production staff and assign tasks. May use production software to enter pre- and post-production data software....
30+ days ago

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