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Chef Manager Resume

Job Description:

A chef manager has to oversee the work of subordinates in their daily work routine. He/she has to supervise the workers under control working in the kitchen and the workers include cooks, assistant executive chefs and kitchen preps. The chef manager has to oversee the preparation of meals, dishes, ingredients used, final presentation, cleanliness and hygiene conditions of the kitchen and dining area.

Sometimes, the establishment may offer to serve some special dishes to be served to the patrons and during some special events. The chef manager is responsible to prepare the recipes for such items and instruct his/her subordinates about the methods of preparing the same. The chef manager is responsible to find remedial measures to the grievances of his/her staff and settle their issues.

A chef manager has to also perform administrative work of the establishment, particularly regarding the staff in the kitchen. He or she has to train the kitchen staff and at no point of time allow the quality of the dishes, meals and other consumables to come down. The chef manager has to allocate the duties of the kitchen staff and ensure that the work goes on smoothly.

Gregory B
4941, Killdeer Drive
Phone: 757-239-5606

Job Objective:

I am looking to obtain a chef manager position in a well established hotel to prove my skills and enhance the same for future benefits.

Skills Possessed:

  • I am skilled to conduct interviews and select the suitable candidates to work in the establishment.
  • I am experienced in preparing budget estimates and familiar with computer applications including Microsoft Office and Word.
  • I have good communication skills and can train the new entrants to put them on job.
  • I have sufficient knowledge of current food and catering trends.
  • I am skilled in satisfying the customers and ensure profitable growth to the company.
  • I have the ability to prepare tasty dishes in quick time and can introduce varieties of techniques in cooking.
  • I have excellent managerial capacity to manage the employees with efficiency.

Professional Experience:

At present, I am working as a chef manager in Mayfair Restaurant in Oak Creek, WI from January, 2005 to till date and I am looking after the following responsibilities.

  • I am in charge of preparing the daily menu items on a regular basis.
  • I am also doing the administrative work of the restaurant and documenting all the transactions regarding the business.
  • I am responsible for preparing special menus when events and parties are arranged by the clients.
  • I am responsible for maintaining hygiene conditions in the kitchen and dining areas with the help of sanitation personnel.
  • I have ensured strict adherence of maintaining the standards, policies, and codes of the local controlling authorities.
  • I am also in charge of paying salaries to the employees, by preparing pay rolls on daily and monthly basis.
  • I have prepared the recipes for all the items served and recorded them in a document format for future guidance.

Prior to the above employment, I had worked as a chef manager in Good Food Restaurant from January, 2001 to December, 2004 in Atlanta, GA and had discharged the following roles and responsibilities.

  • I had prepared lessons and taught the students pursuing relevant studies in catering technology by giving special lectures.
  • I had reviewed the performance of the students undergoing internship and guided them with latest techniques to enhance their skills.
  • I had coordinated with the activities of the other staff and developed good rapport with the other department employees to ensure efficiency everywhere.
  • As the kitchen employees are dealing with gas, electricity and other utilities, I had taught them the safety procedures in handling them.
  • I had ensured compliance regarding qualitative and quantitative issues as per the guidelines specified.

Educational Qualifications:

I have a Bachelor's degree in Hotel Management from a University in Texas.


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In an attempt to win a job in hotels as a chef manager, you have to create a good chef manager resume and send it to the hotel management for review. The importance of chef manager resume relies on how you define your workforce and activities. After a long gap, you might have returned to the work force and during the interim period you might have gained knowledge about the skills you require for the position of the job you are looking for. Do not hesitate to explain these gaining activities in your resume.

While explaining the details of a chef manager resume, you are not expected to hide about the absence from work force for a certain period. There may be many personal reasons for this absence and the employers will understand your position and will consider you for the interview on the basis of your skills, qualification, and experience. In your resume, there is no place for lies.

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