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Austin, TX
Our chef prepares breakfast, lunch, and all snacks for the children in our care. The schedule for the position will be an 8-hour shift between 6:30AM and 4:30 PM with one hour lunch break....
8 days ago
Compass Group USA Inc - Austin, TX
We have 2 openings for a full-time CHEF - HRLY position. Location: Samsung Cafe 300, 12100 Samsung Blvd., Austin, Texas 78754. Note: online applications accepted only....
17 days ago
Whole Foods Market - Bee Cave, TX (9 miles from Austin, TX)
fashion Operate equipment, stock, and serve products in a variety of areas in the prepared foods department which may include slicing meats and cheeses, preparing sandwiches and pizzas, working the chefs...
30+ days ago
Sur La Table - Austin, TX
The Chef Instructor blends culinary talent and teaching skills to support the Resident Chef in driving business results. The Chef Instructor reports to the Resident Chef....
30+ days ago


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