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Frontline Brisbane & North Qld
Brisbane QLD
$65,000 - $70,000 a year
  • Work for a large group with genuine opportunity for career progression.
  • Great team culture and work life balance.
  • Genuine passion for amazing food.
Australian Chef Solutions
Brisbane QLD
$50,000 - $75,000 a year
  • This role will suit a dedicated chef that has at least 5 years experience.
  • THIS ROLE IS NOT IN BRISBANE.
  • This is a rare opportunity for an amazing lifestyle…
Acknowledged
Brisbane QLD
  • 1 X Apprentice Chef - Brookfield - work alongside produce driven chefs, creating locally sourced menu items*.
  • 1 x Apprentice Chef - Queen St Brisbane - Busy CBD…
La Lupa Restaurant
Brisbane QLD
  • Previous experience as chef within a reputable restaurant.
  • As cook/chef: 2 years (Preferred).
  • We are currently looking for a passionate and highly dedicated…
Next door kitchen and bar
Brisbane QLD
$55,000 - $70,000 a year
  • Looking for a full time head chef to work at next door kitchen bar at Southbank.
  • We are currently serving international and modern Australian food.
Acknowledged
Brisbane QLD
  • Need to update your old qualifications or gain the Chefs qualification that you have the experience for but no paper to back it up!
The Talent Playbook
Brisbane QLD
  • Our client is a pioneer of the retail food industry and has nationally recognised brand.
  • They are in the business of running Food Halls and retail cafes across…
  • An opportunity exists for a qualified Chef to join our well established and highly reputable Catering Department.
  • As a Chef your responsibilities will include:
  • We are currently looking for experienced chefs and short-order cooks who want to work in an exciting, challenging and dynamic environment.
Brisbane QLD
$100,000 - $110,000 a year
  • PresCare is a for purpose organisation connecting people in the community with services they need to live the way they choose.
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