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Compass Group - White Plains, NY (24 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
in Culinary Arts Must have a working knowledge of HACCP Three years of culinary management experience in contract foodservice, fine dining setting, or restaurant with inventory and purchasing knowledge...
1 day ago
Mount Vernon, NY (24 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Competitive salary REQUIRED SKILLS Menu Development, New York Restaurant experience, Cleanliness, Food Safety, Food Preparation, Kitchen Safety, Safe Food Handling, Sauteing, Sanitary Practices, Seasoning...
9 days ago
Jamaica, NY (19 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Must be excellent in preparing food, menu planing, creativity and leadership with people working under them. Also should understand the Jamaican culture...
17 days ago
West Babylon, NY (3 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
in need of a full time salad line chef/kitchen prep help. 5 days plus Overtime available ability to start ASAP experience as salad station worker must have experience, knowledge of clean and proper...
18 days ago
Woodbury, NY (6 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
High-volume trendy Long Island restaurant with three locations seeks qualified and motivated chef / manager to oversee all locations....
18 days ago
Northport, NY (13 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Looking for a second chef or chef consultant to take our ideas and put their own creative spin on it....
21 days ago
Jackson Heights, NY (23 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
We are looking for an experienced Chef in Jackson Heights for a Colombian restaurant. Please have a great knowledge of Latin Cuisine and menu development. Looking forward to hearing from you....
25 days ago
Compass Group - Stamford, CT (22 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Associates degree in Culinary Arts is preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus Apply to Chartwells Schools today!...
60+ days ago
Benihana - Manhasset, NY (13 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Position at Benihana Take your cook job to a Benihana Chef CAREER. At Benihana, your hard work is more than just a job, it's a career opportunity....
60+ days ago
Brandywine Senior Living - Melville, NY (3 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Melville, New York 11747 Chef General Responsibilities Direct, prepare and present exceptional quality cuisine in accordance with current standards, guidelines and regulations to assure a pleasurable...
90+ days ago

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