Chef Jobs in Sugar Land, TX

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Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
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2 days ago
Whole Foods Market - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
Performs all functions related to preparation, counter service, sanitation, and stocking of products. All Whole Foods Market Retail jobs require ensuring a positive company image by providing...
2 days ago
Abu Omar Halal LLC - Houston, TX (17 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
5 positions for Chef. Min. 2 yrs. Exp/No Educ. Req....
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9 days ago
Otg Management Incorporated - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
Key collaboration with our ever-growing set of world class chef partners gives the Chef an opportunity to work with the best in the business in each local marketplace....
11 days ago
Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
We are hiring all positions including Line Chefs, Exec. Pastry Chef and their assistants....
11 days ago
Hospital Housekeeping Systems LLC - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
HHS is currently looking for a detail-oriented and energetic individual to join our team as the Traveling Food Service Chef/Director....
13 days ago
Benihana - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
Job Summary: Responsible for assisting the sushi chef in the preparation and production of sushi items for our guests in accordance with company food preparations and service guidelines....
15 days ago
Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
Chef - one (1) position for a chef trained in the Hunan-style cuisine is available. At least two years of experience is required. Pay will depend upon years of experience. 2....
28 days ago
OTG - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
cuisines solid leadership experience in both world-class full-service restaurant environments, plus high quality fresh food quick service restaurant environments demonstrate expertise in food costing, menu...
30+ days ago
Fogo De Chao - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
Now Hiring / Immediately Hiring: Gaucho Chef In this role you will: Prepare and cook special cuts of beef and other meats according to traditional Brazilian "churrasco" recipes....
45+ days ago
Compass Group - Houston, TX (18 miles from Sugar Land, TX)
Ensures all food handling, sanitation and customer service standards are met....
60+ days ago

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