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Moultonborough, NH
Camp Chef Our kitchen is run by 1-2 Camp Chefs, with 3-4 Kitchen Assistants....
14 days ago
WestBridge - Manchester, NH
Works in collaboration with full-time Chef, Nutritionist, participants and residential team members to establish a weekly menu. Adheres to the menu plan as developed by the full-time Chef....
15 days ago
Elior North America - Manchester, NH
Job Information Elior North America Chef 1 in Manchester , New Hampshire Company: Elior North America Position: Chef 1 Department: Food Service Staff Req #: 3676288 Date posted: December 11, 2019 Location...
30+ days ago
Elior - Manchester, NH
Elior North America Chef 1 Company: Elior North America Position: Chef 1 Department: Food Service Staff Req #: 3676288 Apply now Date posted: December 11, 2019 Location: 182 Manchester Street, Lindley...
30+ days ago
Bentley Commons at Keene - Keene, NH
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include, but are not limited to: In the Kitchen: Prepare food daily as outlined on the weekly menu plan....
30+ days ago


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