- Responsible for overseeing the production of Chinese cuisine for restaurants and banquets.
- Prepare a wide variety of Chinese menu items, including rice, noodle, soup, vegetable, and meat dishes.
- Have to make necessary food purchases. Thus, he or she should be good at evaluating the quality of food products to ensure that he or she maintains consistent quality standards.
- Expected to improve upon their recipes with occasional experimentation.
- Responsible in deciding on the prices of their dishes, determine the presentation of menu items, and plan menus.
- Chinese chefs are primarily required to have strong knowledge of Chinese cuisine. A cooking diploma is typically required to become a Chinese chef in a high-end restaurant. A high school education and on-the-job training are the minimum requirements for becoming a Chinese chef.
Ideal candidate profile
Level of Education Vocational education
Areas of study Cooking
Professional experiences 3 to 5 years
Languages essential English
Essential and optional requirements
- Minimum 3 years working experience in similar position
- Sound managerial and organizational skills
- Have a good knowledge in HACCP
- Initiative and self motivated
- Ideal training and coaching skill
- Positive Orientation and good Communication Skill
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