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Job title: Corporate Italian Chef
Date posted: 28/08/2018
Location: Vietnam
Our client is the owner and operator of Italian and other western restaurants in Vietnam and Thailand, they are a backed by a private investment firm. To date they have 6 full service western restaurants in Vietnam with a view to doubling this number within the next 2 years. The concepts include; modern French/Vietnamese cafes, upscale Italian and Italian Steak house restaurants.

We are looking for an individual to oversee the food production and product development for the Italian concepts, this will include hands on shifts in each of the outlets and Central Kitchen to ensure the quality is achieved and maintained. The role will report directly to the owners and will oversee a team of local and expat chefs of approximately 50 individuals.

We are looking for a young up and coming Italian chef that is currently heading up the kitchens of an upscale and modern Italian restaurant as a stand alone entity or within a leading five star hotel and preferably with responsibility for multiple outlets. The ideal candidate must be creative and innovative, he/she will be excited by developing new recipes and working with different local ingredients. In addition the chef must be able and willing to develop a team through training and development – a patient disposition is important in this respect and Asia experience would be a distinct advantage.

The Vietnam culinary scene is developing extremely quickly and this is a golden opportunity for a young chef to make a name for themselves on this exploding culinary stage.

The role will suit a single or married person that is looking for adventure and willing to put his/her all into their work. The client will pay an expat package of up to US$ 5.5 K per month, tax free plus housing (no school fees) this is an excellent salary for Vietnam where the cost of living is very low. Interested candidates should send a resume in Word format plus a recent photograph to jonathan@gsa-asia.com
 
 
 
     
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