Chef Jobs in Morristown, NJ

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Rutgers - New Brunswick, NJ (20 miles from Morristown, NJ)
, is seeking Kitchen Chef/Staff for the 4-H Camp....
12 days ago
Jersey City, NJ (22 miles from Morristown, NJ)
compensation: Good pay employment type: full-time Looking for experienced Mediterranean/Turkish Chef....
19 days ago
Hoboken, NJ (24 miles from Morristown, NJ)
We are looking to bring on a full-time experienced Pasta Chef. Pay is based on qualification. Must be experienced and must have at least basic understand of true italian cuisine....
23 days ago
South Plainfield, NJ (15 miles from Morristown, NJ)
compensation: $12-$15/hour employment type: full-time We are looking for an experienced chef in Indian cuisine- must be open to a variety of culinary tasks and must be able to travel....
29 days ago
Harvest Restaurant Group - Morris Plains, NJ (4 miles from Morristown, NJ)
Duties and Responsibilities: Coordinate and direct all food preparation, from prep through service Monitor the quality of all food and beverages Track, record, and maintain inventory stock including...
30+ days ago
Princi Bakery - Parsippany, NJ (6 miles from Morristown, NJ)
He/she will be responsible for supervising the savory team personnel and assisting with the preparation of food preparation in large quantities ensuring that quality and cost standards are consistently...
30+ days ago
Brandywine Senior Living - Livingston, NJ (8 miles from Morristown, NJ)
Livingston, New Jersey 07039 Chef General Responsibilities Direct, prepare and present exceptional quality cuisine in accordance with current standards, guidelines and regulations to assure a pleasurable...
60+ days ago
Benihana - Short Hills, NJ (9 miles from Morristown, NJ)
Must be able to handle smoke and heat from grill....
60+ days ago
Edgewood Properties Incorporated - Somerville, NJ (16 miles from Morristown, NJ)
Responsibilities Set up and stock all food stations with necessary supplies Plan and direct food preparation and culinary activities Modify menus or create new ones that meet quality standards Estimate...
90+ days ago

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